Rabat - According to Samir Benmakhlof, the General Manager of Microsoft Morocco, the kingdom comes in second place at the global level in the field of training and certificates of authentication on innovative projects provided by Microsoft Global.
Rabat – According to Samir Benmakhlof, the General Manager of Microsoft Morocco, the kingdom comes in second place at the global level in the field of training and certificates of authentication on innovative projects provided by Microsoft Global.
Speaking to Hespress website on the sidelines of the ninth edition of the National Education Forum, organized by the Moroccan Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training in collaboration with Microsoft Morocco, Benmakhlof emphasized that “the company’s main objective is to make modern technology users use it in a peaceful manner.”
Benmakhlof added that the partnership between Microsoft and the Moroccan National Ministry of Education and Vocational Training which was launched ten years ago, has led to achieving very positive results in terms of the proper use of the means of modern technology.
The training provided by Microsoft Morocco has seen the participation of 27,500 teachers belonging to 137 educational institutions, according to data reported by Benmakhlof.
“Certificates provided are global certificates issued by the parent company, and entitle their holders to train other teachers and students,” said Benmakhlof.
The General Manager of Microsoft Morocco said that the number of teachers who participated in the Innovative Business Program this year, has amounted to 300 teachers. In addition, three projects were selected from among the projects submitted to represent Morocco in a Microsoft’s global competition that is set to take place this year in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.