DynCorp International team members in Afghanistan recently completed a seven-week basic computer training course, graduating four Afghan women assigned to the Women’s Police Corp (WPC). A combination of DI advisors and Coalition military personnel trained the students on basic computer skills and the Microsoft Office suite of software with a focus on Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
The computer training was designed to familiarize the Afghan police force with technology and help them become efficient by using automation in their day to day tasks. The graduates returned to their units and used their new skills to make the units more self-sufficient. The women also teach others the skills they learned.