The National Bank of Rwanda concludes ICDL training and Train the trainer program.


The National Bank of Rwanda (BNR) strives to be a world class Central Bank that contributes to economic growth & development, by using robust monetary policy tools to maintain stable market prices. The Bank ensures financial stability in a free-market economy as it embraces innovations, diversity, inclusiveness, and economic integration.

The Bank is charged with ensuring price stability and a sound financial system for the country. With the staff of more than 400, BNR regulates other commercial banks, microfinances, and insurance companies.

In partnership with the Central Bank, ICDL Africa conducted a Pilot Assessment in Digital Skills for 103 staff from across all departments in the bank spread out in all 5 provinces of the Country in 2017. The ICDL Compass assessment was conducted because the management of BNR recognized a need for training its staff in digital skills but they needed to know the Digital Skills proficiency levels of their staff to make an informed decision on the training needs. A decision was taken to have the staff trained in ICDL Programme and the HR department at BNR started working on a training plan for this to be implemented.

Having finalized the training of 15 NBR staff in ICDL programmes, the selected staff, who were trained in 16 ICDL Modules for a period of 4 months, were taken through the train the trainer program for three days from 22nd to 24th November 2021. National Bank of Rwanda will be accredited as an ICDL accredited training centre to allow other staff benefit from the program.

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