For virtual and online participation only.
For physical participation only.
An ICT Bootcamp that will propel your children about future opportunities in Technology and how to make money to become relevant to themselves and to the society at large.
VENUE: TopFaith International Secondary School, Mkpatak, near Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
We are showing you
HOW TO MAKE YOUR CHILD EQUIPPED WITH SKILLS THAT WILL MAKE THEM FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT
With the world’s rapid advancement and technology’s fast-paced evolution, positioning your children, wards and teens would not only arm them with digital intelligence, but also give them digital versality and make them digital savvy.
At Digital Peers International (DPI), we pride ourselves in teaching and imparting young children with age (8-18 years) with the needed skills and knowledge to position and scale them in this present and future evolution.n
DIGITEST an initiative of Digital Peers International (DPI). DIGITEST is an information and communication technology (ICT) based camp, organized annually since the year 2000.n
For 21 years, DIGITEST aimed at creating ICT awareness, promoting technology literacy and developing ICT skills among the nation children, and youth. Our main objective, amongst others, is to bridge the digital-divide between African Children and their counterparts globally.n
DIGITEST 2022 is themed: CONNECTING TECHNOLOGY, ENERGY & CLIMATE
Camp Rules & Engagements
Participants are expected to be punctual and attend all events in camp.
Lateness to program will not be tolerated.
Participants are not allowed to leave camp without the permission of the camp commandant.
Dropping out of group activities will not be allowed.
each child must wear their camp ID bracelet at all time.
All participants will respect each other and staff members. Name-calling, insulting, fighting, bullying and violence are not acceptable. Repeated warnings will result in dismissal from camp.
Only competing students and teachers, camp executives, facilitators and registered support staffs will be permitted in camp.
Visiting is highly discouraged but permissible under the supervision of the camp commandant.
Eating is restricted in designated areas and must not be done inside the computer rooms and hall of event.
Do not litter the environ, lecture halls or hall of event. Place all garbage in suitable containers provided in campgrounds or take it with you if no containers are available.
Provocative dressing is not allowed on camp.
Please keep all toilets clean and tidy.
Campers are required to have the following:
Pocket money as considered needful (to be deposited with Chaperons on arrival).
Clothes including complete native/traditional attire.
pocket money should not exceed N10,000.
Bed sheet and Pillowcase.
Toiletries, toothbrush and paste, bathing soap, body cream, etc.
Any prescribed medication.
It takes a whole village to raise a child
Technology today is the future of jobs and opportunities
Gone are the days when all parents said (I want my child to be a doctor or lawyer) not saying they are not valid professions, but the world has evolved past that and if as a parent you are still doing that, you are doing a great disservice to your child.
Take a look at your generation, how as children, your parents bought you toys, toy cars, toy houses and even toy horses but right now the story is different.
You see children and teens scrambling for the TV remote, phones, tablets, gamepads and laptops and that is as a result of the evolution into the Digital age.
1. Financial literacy
2. Monetization of skills
Other side attractions are:
1. Certificate of participation which is useful as they build up their CV.n
2. Interaction with young techies from all over the country and continent.n
3. Building a portfolio of work and engagement for each participants Information about careers in Tech.