The Catholic University of East Africa has achieved the status of a “Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy” (“HAINA”).
The university is certified and authorized by Huawei to deliver official technical and certification training to its students using the Huawei authorized training curriculum and tools. At the moment, some of the lecturers of the university (in the Science department) are already trained by HUAWEI to offer the curriculum. The curriculum is set to improve market-readiness for students undergoing the course courtesy of HUAWEI.
Speaking about the recent certification Dean of Science at CUEA, Dr. Kimathi said, “this is an important milestone as we seek to diversify the offerings available to our students, especially in computer science”. The lecturers are on their way to attaining the “Huawei Certified Academy Instructor” (“HCAI”) status. Therefore lecturers certified by Huawei as an instructor remains in good standing and gain sponsorship by a Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy.
This article was first posted on the Catholic University of East Africa’s website.