We explore the effect of consumer education on the likelihood of increasing the behavioural intention to use e-government services in Lebanon in the context of initial learning experience. E-government refers to the use of information and communication technology to improve public administration. The adoption of e-government systems by end users has remained below expectations and the efforts of many countries have remained vain. Scholars have found that the low adoption and use of e-government services by end users for e-services are still major barriers to successful e-government implementation. Among the critical actions suggested by scholars, consumer education through training is a priority one. The results of this quantitative study show that by developing basic content and process oriented consumers’ knowledge on e-government during initial learning experience, a critical period of time where end users decide whether they adopt this service or not, citizens will increase their behavioural intention to use of e-government services.