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49 Lindeners benefit as ZARA hits the ground running

49 Lindeners benefit as ZARA hits the ground running

The Guyana Police Force Zara Computer Centre has hit the ground running in Linden, Region 10, with an orientation that attracted forty-nine students between the ages of 7 and 49.

With the orientation process complete, residents of Linden will now have access to free computer classes Monday through Friday from 09:00hrs to 17:00hrs.

49 Lindeners benefit as ZARA hits the ground running
Sergeant Hanover interacting with the persons who will be using the ZARA facility for their free training

Classes are being offered in the areas of Foundation Diploma in Microcomputer Studies, Advance Diploma in Microcomputer Studies, Webpage Designs, Introduction to the Internet, and PC Repairs and Maintenance.

The work of the Guyana Police Force is being supported by the ZARA Group. In-fact, the Police Force is offering free classes to children throughout the country through

ZARA Computer Centres are in all three counties, Demerara, Essequibo, and Berbice of Guyana.

Police Sergeant Hanover who has been working along since the establishment of the centres has recently taken over supervision of the respective training facilities.

This orientation will see adult classes in foundation and Pre-Summer Classes