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LEPL College “Information Technologies Academy”

UNEVOC Centre since 2007





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IT Academy specializes in modern information technologies. The main objective is to provide vocational education which is consistent with European standards, to provide students with practical experience and consequently to encourage employment of the course graduates in corresponding fields. It provides long-term government-funded and short-term vocational courses, also vocational programs in the field of information and communication technologies for adults and basic secondary school graduates.

Any person willing to acquire essential skills and qualifications in the field of modern Information Technologies and has completed nine grades is allowed to enroll in the course after having successfully passed admission examinations. Moreover, IT Academy offers training to teachers as well as instructors on a regular basis in order to provide them with up-to-date skills and share experience with each other. It offers a valuable opportunity to those who are preparing to enter the workforce, or who are planning for a change of employment, or who are unemployed.

IT Academy’s mission is to introduce / promote the introduction of modern technologies in the country by training / retraining highly qualified personnel in accordance with international standards in the field of information technologies. Its mission is based on the following values: high professionalism and continuous professional development; Freedom of academic and personal development; Collaboration and teamwork; Inclusiveness of education; Transparency and fairness.

UNEVOC Centre Coordinator
Elene Gogoladze

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Mamuka Janjalia



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