BTU Launches New Phase of Digital Citizen Project

The Business and Technology University of Georgia (BTU) has announced the start of a new phase of its Digital Citizen project, an online global platform for employment aimed at offering digital retraining for people living in the regions of Georgia, with the possibility of being added to global employment platforms in the future.

The innovative employment platform has access to 15 million vacancies globally, enabling specific job searches.

The BTU aims at establishing new existing trends on the world employment market in Georgia, while digitally retraining potential job seekers throughout the country.

Retraining sessions are planned in Akhaltsikhe, Adigeni, Borjomi, Lanchkhuti, Ckhorotsku, Telavi, Kvareli, Signagi, Chiatura, Samtredia, Khoni, Gori, Kaspi and in all techno parks on the territory of Georgia.

The trainings for project beneficiaries will kick off on September 18, while registration will be open from August 1 to September 1.

Nino Gugunishvili

10 July 2017 16:50