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  • NBA developed a short learning programme designed to expose university heads of department (HoDs) to the potential benefits of embracing both technology and the open education movement in the revision of courses. The programme was built on the...
  • NBA was contracted by the Commonwealth of Learning and the Commonwealth Secretariat to support the Ministry of Education in Guyana to implement the UNESCO Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Competency Framework for Teachers (CFT) in...
  • In 2005 NBA was contracted by the Umsombomvu Youth Fund to develop multimedia online content. The UYF was established to respond to the young unemployment crisis in South Africa. The ‘Finding Work’ and ‘Starting a Business’ series were developed to...
  • NBA developed multimedia lessons/materials on basic ICT literacy for the Telkom Foundation in 2005. NBA’s involvement included authoring content, compiling storyboards, producing and conducting usability testing on the materials created. ...
  • NBA assisted the University of the Free State with the design and development of the Skills for a Changing World Programme. The purpose of this programme is to provide educational opportunities for those who are currently excluded from post-...
  • NBA was contracted by the South African Institute for Distance Education (Saide) to develop video segments to support the Roger Federer Foundation’s professional development course for educators in Zambia. The video segments complement study units...
  • In 2012, the National Institute for the Deaf (NID) was awarded a grant by the National Skills Fund (NSF) to develop blended learning occupational programmes for the Deaf and Persons with Hearing Loss. DK Strategic Services (DKSS) and NBA...
  • In partnership with the Gauteng Department of Education, the Matthew Goniwe School of Leadership and Governance (MGSLG) is administering an online information and communications technology (ICT) literacy programme for approximately 10,000 teachers...
  • LEAD, the legal education division of the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA), is in the process of redesigning its vocational training programme in order to harness distance education and blended learning methods to supplement, and in some instances...
  • NBA has worked with the Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI) to supplement the findings of their impact assessment of the African Leadership in ICT and Knowledge Society Development (ALICT) programme in 2016. The purpose of the impact...
  • NBA was involved in pulling together the framework for the three-year Entrepreneurship Programme for the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation. They were also involved in the workshop, design and production of the programme and the design of facilitator and...
  • NBA is currently managing the development of curriculum content and open learning materials for the Occupational Certificate: Electrician Programme (OCEP) for the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). The DHET has...
  • NBA supported the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) to convert one of its masters programmes – the Collaborative Masters in Advanced Agricultural Economics (CMAAE) – to support a blended learning approach to study. NBA conducted a needs...