TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER
Computer technology has proved to be a boon to visually impaired persons. With the advent of text-to-speech technology, computers have become accessible to persons with vision impairment as well. With the help of voice output, a visually impaired person can easily work on Windows, MS Office, Internet etc. and can stay connected with the world. It sounds like an imagination, but it’s a reality. Computer education has opened a host of job opportunities for visually impaired persons. NAB Delhi, a visionary organization, judiciously assimilated the relevance of computer education and has made it a part of the life of visually impaired persons.
The organization has set up the most contemporary Technology Training Centre with accreditation from NIELIT. It has four computer labs at its registered office at R K Puram. Each fully air-conditioned lab has computers with screen reading software and other necessary peripherals. The trainers are highly professional and are well-versed with their subject. The teaching methodology is based upon both theory and practical. An ‘industry-befitted’ curriculum has been crafted to enhance the employability of each trainee.
The courses are designed to suit the needs of visually impaired persons coming from different spheres of life. For admission purpose age is no bar.
- Diploma in Computer Application and Assistive Technology
- Certificate in Computer Application
- Digital Accessibility Training
- Need based training
- Smart Phone and other assistive devices training programs
- Financial Accessibility Workshop
- Digital Books production training
COMPUTER EDUCATION FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
NAB Delhi runs a pioneering integrated education programme that prepares blind and low vision students for mainstream schools. NAB Delhi has included ICT training as an integral part of the school education program. The organization is striving to make every student independent in reading and writing independently using the computer technology. NAB Delhi is the only organization in the country which has equipped blind students beyond class 6 with a personal laptop for use in school, hostel and home.