March 31, 2021
Iskender Moldoshev is a staff of the state enterprise "Infocom" and JICA ex-trainee. After returning back from Japan in 2019, he initiated a follow up project to share his experience among colleagues. Before training conduction, Iskender made some surveys among IT-specialists to find out what they would like to learn from Japanese experience. Since training targets are IT staff of the state enterprises, participants were interested in learning about providing state services more effectively and customer-friendly to citizens by using ICT.
Project mentors were Japanese professors from the Institute of computer engineering of Kobe city. They delivered programming theory and shared practical methodology in IT project implementation.
Besides, training participants learnt about tankyu practise - methodology of a simple and flexible planning that assists for social issues solutions. Especially training was very useful for IT staff who are involved in IT architect, IT management, and IT projects.
Training participants emphasized that this training served as a great platform for interaction between them for knowledge and experience sharing and building networks.
It was a nine days training and held in the National IT Center, whic was established in 2004 during the joint Kyrgyz-Japanese project "Human Resource Development in IT in the Kyrgyz Republic". This Center mainly focuses on capacity building in ICT as one of the national-leading educational centers both for the public and private sectors.