While government faces challenges with providing quality education to all, local businesses have increasingly stepped into the learning gap.
if students need an extra dose of motivation, they may want to take note of advice from those who have previously tried and failed to finish their matric.
In this e-book, Media Works Development Director, Dennis Lamberti, explains how the concept of ‘flipped learning’ is revolutionising education, particularly for the South African workforce.
Media Works Development Director, Dennis Lamberti, shines a light on the role that mobile can play in helping to educate employees across Africa.
Adult Education and Training (AET) specialists Media Works have launched Accelerate Pro this month, an update of their flagship Accelerate programme.
As the world marks International Literacy Day on 8 September, we are given reason to pause and reflect on the status of literacy in South Africa.
In South Africa, most working women are already starting from a disadvantaged position. The country’s education system, by and large, is failing its learners – girls even more so than boys.
For over ten years, Media Works has partnered with the Maharishi Institute to assist the organisation with providing South Africa’s unemployed youth with the resources and skills development tools they need to increase their chances of finding employment.
Media Works are celebrating Madiba’s legacy this Nelson Mandela Month by giving South African adults the chance to complete their matric through their online adult matric programme, Matric Works.