ICT (education) department


Information and Communications Technology (ICT) education is basically our society’s efforts to teach its current and emerging citizens valuable knowledge and skills around computing and communications devices, software that operates them, applications that run on them and systems that are built with them. ICT is taught at both ordinary level (UCE) and advanced level (UACE) at St. Kizito S.S Bugolobi.

There are many important dimensions to ICT education, including:

Today, everyone needs a basic understanding of ICT and how to make productive use of it, just to be good students, workers and citizens. Teaching people how to be competent basic users of ICT technologies is an important role of the ICT department. 

As enabling technologies, ICT is used strategically in almost all businesses and industries. Many have developed specialized systems and uses of ICT, and many have specialized legal and regulatory requirements; quality control systems; integrations with production and research equipment and systems; security requirements; and software applications. 

We need to develop a competent workforce that understands not only relevant technologies, but also specialized business and industry environments and operations, to meet these specialized needs.

ICT fields themselves are under constant pressure to evolve and improve. We need people who deeply understand the science and technologies underlying ICT and who can work to advance the fields.

In virtually all modern businesses and industries and in modern society in general, ICT has key strategic roles. It is strategically important in developing citizens and workers who can competently and efficiently operate and add value in these systems and environments.

Head of Department: Mwa Denis

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