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A post-industrial era education modelRob Paddock, founder of GetSmarter digital learning platform, explains micro-credentialing and the need to provide a post-industrial era education model, which offers affordable, accessible and quality education to all. 28 Sep 2020 Read more

Adopting a project-based approach to educationRecently Sizwe Nxasana, Founder of Future Nation Schools, spoke at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA's) Future of Education webinar about his chain of affordable schools, and whether his innovative methods can be adopted at tertiary and post-CA(SA) qualification levels. 25 Sep 2020 Read more

Gender equality in the technology industrySociety has undoubtedly painted a picture of coders being male. What can be done to change this? 25 Sep 2020 Read more

The art of unlearning and reimaginingCovid-19 is forcing us to have many conversations we probably should have initiated a long time ago. One of which is whether our education systems need to change. Recently, author, futurist and strategy consultant Graeme Codrington spoke at the Future of Accounting Education, Learning and Professional Development hosted by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) to unlock what the future holds for tertiary education, learning and professional development, in the aftermath of Covid-19 23 Sep 2020 Read more

Enterprise Development Programme equips SMMEs with tools to go virtualVirtual training and virtual training environments are designed to simulate the traditional classroom or learning experience. Transnet Pipelines (TPL) together with The Hope Factory (THF) saw the need to equip their current SMMEs on the Enterprise Development Programme for Entrepreneurs with Disability with the tools needed to go 100% virtual from the comfort of their own homes. Boosting SMME support whilst staying safe was one of the biggest highlighted needs to stay resilient through our current pandemic challenges. 22 Sep 2020 Read more

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