Rethinking the fundamental role that learning spaces play in education for all.
By Jackie Carroll As much as countries around the world are currently united by a shared experience, they are also divided by the ways in which this crisis is being managed by their leaders. While some leaders have opted for quick and stringent lockdowns, others have...
A matric has become a minimum requirement for a multitude of jobs. Without one, applicants are unlikely to gain a foot in the door at all.
Organisations grow when their employees are learning. That’s why you need to create a learning ecosystem to support high-growth individuals.
We need to consider the ways in which we are exposing our youth to the technological growth the world offers, particularly in our classroom environments.
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.
While government faces challenges with providing quality education to all, local businesses have increasingly stepped into the learning gap.
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 announced as finalists in two industry awards Media Works, the leading adult education and training service provider in South Africa, is proud to announce that the company has been shortlisted as finalists in two industry awards: The Best Innovative...