The Digital Community Centre in Slavutych opened in 2003 in the city’s municipal library and information center. It is equipped with 3 computer classes of 15 computers each, a resource center, a network center and offices. The center’s facilities and seminars cater for school pupils, school teachers, students, unemployed people and government workers amongst others.
In 2007 the center became a part of the global HP GET-IT (now called HP LIFE) initiative to accelerate micro-entrepreneurship. This is a global program that trains students, potential entrepreneurs and small business owners to harness the power of IT in order to establish and grow their businesses.
|Name of Center||HP-ORT Digital Community Center|
|Type||Non-ORT institution participating in ORT programmes|
|Age range||Junior High, High School, University, Adult education and training|
The center offers an ICT course for beginner entrepreneurs and small business owners, covering the basics of ICT which they will require for work purposes. The curriculum is developed by Microenterprise Acceleration Institute (MEA-I) in cooperation with Hewlett Packard.