we teach in our education system must be reshaped to
keep up to date with the reality of the 21st century
of higher education in Africa
How can technology be leveraged to make higher education and skills for 21st – century workplace
more inclusive, affordable and accessible for all groups of learners, irrespective of social
economic orientation, while generating job opportunities for thousands of
trained instructors that are currently not absorbed by the system?
Fundamental evidence exists that a large population of students in Africa are unable to transition to higher education and gain sufficient knowledge and skills to remain relevant in the 21st century world of work. Evidence also suggests that, Africa consists of a large number of highly educated people currently unemployed due to inequalities between work demand and labor market supply.
Employers consider a large proportion of graduates to be under-skilled and thus insufficient for the modern marketplace. There is a substantial gap between the abilities of job applicants and the requirements of organizations.
This anomaly is predominantly accelerated by the high cost of professional training, the poor accessibility to high-quality higher
education, lack of appropriate curriculum material matching the dynamic demands of the 21st century marketplace.
With the digitization of every sector, the world is becoming a global economy. Africa cannot continue to be on the sidelines – Africa needs economically-wide digital integration across all sectors.
Integration of online with traditional face-to-face class activities in a planned, pedagogically valuable manner. TAI advocates for formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, process, pace and place.
Our Target Impact
The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents
a fundamental change in the way we live,
work and relate to one another.
The speed, depth and breadth of this revolution is forcing us to rethink how countries develop,
how organizations create value and even what it means to be human.
world of work inclusive, affordable and accessible to all
groups of learners regardless of the socio - economic orientation.
people to education - becoming Africa’s leading
online education marketplace offering relevant
courses curated for the 21st century world of work.
than ever. As a company, we are held accountable by society
for a wider value spectrum, not just our financial benefit,
so we choose to be embrace the Triple Bottom Line model.
Our values represent what authentically shapes our company’s
soul and the ethical guidelines we ascribe to
in serving out our mission.
Our culture is shaped by our core belief of intersecting the triple bottom line
pillars of sustainable development in operating our business
Ensure fairness and educational opportunity for all Africans irrespective of socio-economic orientation – poverty is not a crime
Actively take advantage of all resources and competencies available in the present to build extra advantages for the future
Designing courses and creating a style of teaching to meet people’s needs from a diversity of backgrounds, skillset and cognitive abilities
Build complementary synergistic partnerships and alliances to advance our mission of impacting the society holistically
Accelerating an extensive reform of the higher education system to make it easily accessible to students from marginalized backgrounds
Be responsible to both our internal and external stakeholders for every decision and action crafted and executed by us
Helping people acquire relevant skills they need to participate in designing their future and become active members of society
Instill a shared ethic among all stakeholders to address current needs without undermining the future generation’s ability to meet theirs