In a country with such a high rate of unemployment, businesses also have a responsibility to contribute to long-lasting transformation.
To unlock opportunities that the internet brings to learning, there are 5 key considerations to bear in mind when it comes to the SA education space.
With many schools still battling several challenges, the rise in the number of learners has had an impact on the quality of education they receive.
SA’s leading Adult Education and Training (AET) provider, Media Works, has achieved top honours in this year’s National Skills Authority (NSA) Awards.
30 adults have completed the five-month long programme, which included Communication and Mathematics Level 1.
An article by Jackie Carroll, titled ‘Unhappy with your matric results? Here’s what you can do next.” was recently published on EduSA Magazine.
While government faces challenges with providing quality education to all, local businesses have increasingly stepped into the learning gap.
Media Works’ Sales Manager Bheki Masuku was interviewed by the SABC television news channel on Friday 4 January 2018 about helping learners finish matric.
Media Works CEO Jackie Carroll has been quoted by local newspapers The Star and Pretoria News on 4 January 2019.