Digital Learning Centres in rural African communities

Ever since opening the doors to the R3.7 million Hazyview Digital Learning Centre I am often asked:

“What exactly is a Digital Learning Centre?”

We have built our rural, community-centric Digital Learning Centre model so that it is based on the principle of “digital-era” literacy education and career training.

A Digital Learning Centre offers advanced online, interactive, and self-guided digital learning opportunities for individuals (both learners and adults) wanting to invest in their own futures.

We are fanatical about three things:

  1. Delivering internet access and information technology to rural communities, enabling learners to access the same information and knowledge as learners in first-world settings
  2. Implementing well-structured, systematic digital skills and vocation development training programmes that are supported by recognised accreditation. The programmes are focused on empowering learners to dramatically improve their job-place marketability
  3. Training and placement of dedicated teachers, facilitators and mentors who are passionate about specific, achievable results and assisting learners with setting sustainable career paths

To learn more about our model for Digital Learning Centres that deliver a focused, achievable and digitally-[em]powered education model for rural Africa, feel free to touch base with me by clicking here.

Kate Groch
CEO, Good Work Foundation