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Free IT Training from FIST, KUIS


That is the tagline for our new program. It’s a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) program organised by Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Kolej Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Selangor (KUIS). It’s a brainchild of FIST, KUIS, aimed to help educate the community on some knowledge related to Information technology.

Free IT Training from KUIS

These are some courses suggested;

Category 1: ICT Skills

  1. Basic Course on Word, Excel, Powerpoint & Access.
  2. Ethical Communication Skills in Facebook
  3. Blog Development 
  4. Security Awareness in ICT
  5. Graphic Design
  6. Multimedia & Animation
  7. .NET Programming
  8. Java Programming
  9. PHP Programming
  10. Easy Web Development using CMS

Category 2: Career and Motivation

  1. Student Motivation
  2. Career in ICT
  3. ICT as a Teaching and Learning

Category 3: Business and ICT

  1. Blog and Facebook for Business
  2. ICT and Entrepreneurship
  3. Web Development for Business

For further clarification regarding this FREE IT Training, please do not hesitate to contact me or  Abdul Halim Othman -  0126383165 /

Terms and Conditions

  1. The training could be conducted in KUIS or in your school or in your community center.
  2. Should the training requires computer facilities, and the training is conducted in your place, the requesting party is responsible to provide the computer and Internet facilities.
  3. If the training is conducted in KUIS, we will provide the computing facilities (subject to availability). However, the requesting party is responsible to provide transport, food and accommodation deem necessary.
  4. KUIS reserved the right to reject any request that is beyond capability. This training is also subject to the availability of the trainer.
  5. Maximum duration of this free training is six (6) hours.

This FREE IT Training is another community service proudly brought to you by FIST, KUIS.


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