‘Smart OPPOrtunity Programme’ completes 1st phase of youth training in mobile maintenance

Mohamed Alaa El-Din
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Noah Ma, the General Manager of OPPO Egypt, has announced the completion of the first phase of the ‘Smart OPPOrtunity Programme’ in cooperation with the Ministry of Social Solidarity to train students in the technical operations of maintaining mobile devices.

A group of young engineering students participated in nine training sessions on technical knowledge, how to deal with a mobile phone and repair anything in it, with the tenth session being the exam.

After the training, all the students received certificates from the company and the Ministry of Social Solidarity.

The students who passed the exam got an additional certificate and the students who showed excellent performance got an award from the company.

In the training workshop, OPPO training engineers introduced the technology of the products to the students and explained how to repair mobile phones to improve their knowledge of smartphones and technology. Next, the engineers directed the students to practice how to repair the phones and answered their questions.

Finally, the students who passed the exam got certificates approved by OPPO and government departments, helping them start their future career.

Meanwhile, Ma said that social media has changed the way we communicate and interact with each other, so many young people choose to express themselves through photos and videos.

He added to Daily News Egypt that users in Egypt focus on camera and video features to record and express themselves.

Additionally, with smartphones being the source of so much entertainment for them these days, youngsters need a device with some kind of powerful hardware that can match the excitement of high-end gaming and entertainment systems, while still providing confidence and convenience.

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