Digital Skills Nigeria, a collaboration between Microsoft, The Federal Ministry of Communication & Digital Economy, and Tech4Dev, aims to equip Enugu State’s civil servants with crucial digital skills, aligning with H.E Dr. Peter Mbah’s vision for enhanced public services in Enugu. Civil Servants in key MDAs in Enugu State are the primary beneficiaries of the DSN program. This training is conducted physically and led by instructors, ensuring direct interactions and personalized support for beneficiaries.

Digital Skills Nigeria, created by Microsoft with The Federal Ministry of Communication & Digital Economy and Tech4Dev, focuses on enhancing the tech skills of Enugu State’s civil servants. This aligns with His Excellency Dr. Peter Mbah’s vision to provide our civil service with the relevant digital skills for better public services in Enugu.


  • The program aims to train 500-1,000 civil servants in basic digital skills in six (6) weeks
  • The program trains participants to handle e-government systems, boosts digital skills of civil servants for today’s workplace, and aids in modernizing government services. It aims to enhance digital proficiency, work efficiency, and responsible use of government digital resources.
  • Participants who successfully complete the training and pass the assessments will receive a certification from the program.

With this program, you’ll learn:

  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Digital Communications
  • Microsoft Office Essentials
  • Online Collaboration
  • Cybersecurity Basics


  • The program is primarily targeted at Civil Servants in key MDAs in Enugu State
  • Participants are required to have advanced English proficiency, undergo a mandatory assessment test to gauge their digital literacy level, demonstrate commitment to the training, and have access to a computer.
  • Individuals with no prior digital skills are welcome; however, passing the Assessment Test is essential.

Method of Application

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For More Information,

Visit the Official Webpage

Application Deadline: February 29, 2024.

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