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Become a Digital Champion with the #DigitalforAllChallenge

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Do you want to learn new digital skills and compete for amazing prizes? If so, you should join the #DigitalforAllChallenge, Africa’s largest digital skilling competition. This is a free and fun way to increase your digital literacy and get certified online. Whether you are a young learner, a youth, or a civil servant, you can participate in this challenge and show your talent.

How it Works

The #DigitalforAllChallenge has two phases: the training phase and the competition phase. In the training phase, you will access online courses and resources to learn basic or advanced digital skills, depending on your category. In the competition phase, you will take an assessment to test your knowledge and skills. If you pass the assessment, you will move on to the next stage of the competition. The competition has three stages: state, regional, and national (grand finale).

What You Can Win

The #DigitalforAllChallenge offers you the opportunity to win up to 15 million naira in cash, laptops, tablets, and other consolation prizes. You can also earn certificates and badges to showcase your achievements. But most importantly, you will gain valuable digital skills that will help you in your education, career, and personal life.

How to Participate

To participate in the #DigitalforAllChallenge, you need to follow these steps:

  • Choose your category: There are three categories you can join: young learners, youth, and civil servants. Each category has different eligibility criteria and training requirements. You can find more details below.
  • Register on the platform: You need to register on the Digital for All Challenge Website and verify your email. You will create a unique password and use your login details to access the learning platform.
  • Complete the training: You need to complete the training in your category and receive a certificate. The training will teach you basic or advanced digital skills, depending on your category. You can learn at your own pace and access the courses and resources anytime, anywhere.
  • Take the assessment: After completing the training, you need to take an assessment to qualify for the competition. The assessment will measure your digital literacy and skills. You need to score at least 80% to pass the assessment and move on to the next stage of the competition.
  • Compete and win: If you pass the assessment, you will compete at the state, regional, and national levels. You will face different challenges and tasks that will test your digital skills and creativity. You will also have the chance to win amazing prizes and recognition.

Categories and Eligibility

Here are the details of each category and the eligibility criteria:

Young Learners

This category is for students between the ages of 8 and 18 who are enrolled in either primary or secondary school. To participate in this category, you need to:

  • Complete the training in your school and pass the basic digital literacy assessment to qualify for the competition.
  • Have your school and teacher registered on the platform. Only teachers actively employed with a primary or secondary school are allowed to register on behalf of their school and students.

Youth

This category is for individuals between the ages of 19 and 45 who want to learn advanced digital skills. To participate in this category, you need to:

  • Complete training and receive a certificate from the challenge’s advanced digital skilling program.

Civil Servants

This category is for civil servants who want to improve their digital skills and productivity. To participate in this category, you need to:

  • Complete training and receive a certificate from the challenge’s basic digital skilling program.

FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions about the #DigitalforAllChallenge:

  • Q: When does the challenge start and end?
  • A: The challenge starts on February 15, 2024 and ends on June 30, 2024. The training phase will run from February 15 to April 15, and the competition phase will run from April 16 to June 30.
  • Q: How can I access the online courses and resources?
  • A: You can access the online courses and resources on the learning platform after you register and log in. You will need a device with internet connection to access the platform.
  • Q: How can I track my progress and achievements?
  • A: You can track your progress and achievements on the learning platform. You will see your course completion, assessment scores, certificates, badges, and leaderboard rankings.
  • Q: How can I contact the organizers or get support?
  • A: You can contact the organizers or get support by sending an email to [email protected]. You can also follow the challenge on social media platforms for updates and announcements.

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