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Applications for the new Professional Member grade may be submitted as from 1 September 2015. This applies to aspiring new members and regrading of existing members....


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Software Development Community

On 23 June 2016, the Computer Society of Zimbabwe special interest group, the Software Devepment Community will host it's first function of the year titled, "Software Development: Essential skills for economic growth." The event will be held at the Jameson Hotel at 5:30pm.

 

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ICDL Forum 2016

On June 30 2016, the Computer Society of Zimbabwe hosts its annuall ICDL Forum which brings together ICDL centers, trainers, invigilators and other stakeholders to discuss and address the issues surrounding ICDL. The forum will take place at The Venue in Avondale.

 

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CSZ Business School 2016

The CSZ Business School is an annual Computer Society of Zimbabwe event meant for business executives and management. The goal of Business School os to impart critical ICT skills to management and executives to enable them to make better use of ICT in their organizations.

The 2016 edition of CSZ Business School will be running under the theme, 'ICT skills for enabling corporate strategy "Implementing the right ICT projects right"' It will focus on project management skills and how these can be implemented in order to ensure project success.

 

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The Background

Computer Society of Zimbabwe (CSZ) is an Internationally recognized professional body for Zimbabwe's community of ICT professionals.

The Computer Society of Zimbabwe was founded in 1974 with one objective, that of benefiting the Computer Industry and all people who work in it. The Society's aims were to educate the general public on the use and development of Electronic Data Processing, today more widely known as Information Technology. It set itself up to bring people using computers together, to set up standards within the industry and to promote computers and their use in scientific and commercial environments.The developments in the Information Technology Industry over the last two decades have meant that the Computer Society of Zimbabwe has had to examine and update its position in the light of these developments.


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