APEC Digital Opportunity Center Training:
The APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) project is one that I coordinated from July 2011 to July 2014 before I left for the Pacific Islands Leadearship Program with Taiwan (PILP) at Hawaii. The aim of this project is to bridge the digital divide, creating digital opportunities. This project is initially funded by the Taiwan Trade Mission in Port Moresby and had tremendously influenced alot of people. It was a project I initiated as a volunteer throughout these years. During my term coordinating this project, it had reached more than 5,000 men, women and children from ages as young as 5 years and old as 64 years (ADOC Training Statistics) from all sectors.
Read more about this project by following the links below which will take you to stories about some of the different groups I helped during these period.
|Graphic Designer with the left-foot:||Supporting Cornelius explore his creativity despite barriers. A showcase of Cornelius' website and his works; all done by himself with little help from his dad.- 2017|
|Free Training:||This was one of the first ever Free Computer Training delivered to mass digitally disadvantaged men, women and children.|
|Settlement Youths:||This training was the first which target youths from settlements in the city, Port Moresby. Some of these youths have been trained and became trainee trainers who then helped me deliver training to their peers.|
|Graphic Designers:||This is one of the trainings I delivered to graphic designers living in the city.|
|Video Tutorials:||Amongst the many trainings I delivered during my free time, I've created video tutorials and this one is created in Pidgin for the participants.|
|Web Design:||Web Design Training for beginners to intermediate designers delivered using the front end approach targeting graphic designers. It is one of the many free trainings targeting self-thought designers.|
|Reaching to other Provinces:||While conducting Free workshops in Port Moresby, I received requests from interested participants in Lae and organised one specifically for graphic designers. We coordinated with the ADOC Lae brance and used the facilities there to run the training.|