Chiefs players get computer training
Chiefs players get computer training

Posted in News on Oct 21, 2002.

Computers has become an important intergral part of today’s lifestyle and therefore Kaizer Chiefs players, technical staff and management and staff went through a PC training course organised by Acer in association with Torque-IT.

The courses were divided into three levels, introduction to PC, software for business and e-business.

The course started on Monday and the first bunch of players that attended include Rowen Fernandez, Stanton Fredericks, Lucky Maselesele, Fabian McCarthy, Isaac Mabotsa, Jose Macamo, Phumlani Mkhize and Cyril Nzama.

All the other players, management and staff will be attending the course scheduled for the second week of January and all participants will be given a final course attendance certificate.

The opportunity to attend the course was given to everyone on a volunteer basis and the majority of the players attended.

The club’s reserve team as well as the development side will be granted the same opportunity once the first session is completed.

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