HPE opens up digital learning platfor

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is opening its learning-as-a-service platform to all, providing 30 days free access to anyone that registers before the end of May 2020. Offering about 5 000 hours of training across numerous modules, the HPE Digital Learner Platform...

Cisco offers free Cisco-certified instructor training

Cisco Networking Academy will provide free remote instructor training for education personnel until 15th June 2020. A record of more than 1 300 registrations have been made for the remote instructor training which will enable instructors to expand their reach as...

Glencore supports Ligbron e-learning

Glencore is supporting the Ligbron e-Learning System team to make Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education accessible to Grade 11 and 12 learners during the nationwide lockdown. The Ligbron e-Learning System team worked with the Department of...

School fee payments go digital

Since the lockdown, everything has gone digital. People are doing food shopping online and downloading apps to order and deliver pharmaceuticals. Even school fees can now be paid through an app. Karri, a mobile payment app that is powered by Nedbank, allows parents to...

Microsoft offers free Teams training to educators

Microsoft is joining forces with its partners to give academic institutions in South Africa free half-day training in Teams to help them effectively use the technology and enable more seamless remote learning within the country. It can be challenging for the many...

Pride Factor launches online academy

Life-skills academy Pride Factor has launched an online platform to provide South African teenagers and young adults with the skills required to build successful and fulfilling careers and enhance their quality of life. The site offers a wide range of content that...