- Uganda; Digitalisation and eLearning
4. February 2019 - 6. February 2019
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Next workshop in Uganda with the same program is scheduled for the days June 24-26 (Click here)
Digitalization and eLearning for the education; How can the Government, School owners, Schools, Colleges and Universities benefit?
This is a training program for people working in governmental positions both central and in the districts, school owners, schools leaders, teachers and staff from colleges and universities. The program goes over three days from February 4th to February 6th 2019.
The deadline for registration is January 31, 2019
The development of multimedia and ICT technologies have created opportunities for traditional or classroom-based learning notions to be developed into eLearning notions. The paradigm of eLearning is as effective and has numerous benefits as compared to classroom-based learning. Educational institutions could use online eLearning methodologies for the education of their staff without having to spend for their travel elsewhere. The universities could reach out to a wider audience globally and implement these technologies, therefore offering a remarkable development chance.
eLearning is learning to utilize electronic technologies to access the educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. In most cases, it refers to a course, program or degree delivered completely online. eLearning is an Internet-based teaching system, a teaching system consisting of video, audio, and written material designed for a person to use in studying a subject at home.
Who Should Attend the Training Program for Digitalization and eLearning?
This course both theoretical and extensively interactive is designed for middle and senior business and administrators professionals who need to understand and embrace the disciplines of eLearning, pedagogy, blended learning, digital development and digitalisation including:
- Policy Makers
- Leaders of departments in the Ministries
- Leaders in Districts
- Governmental staff
- School owners
- Owners of Colleges and Universities
- Administrators at Schools, Colleges, and Universities
- Strategy Directors and Managers
- Project Managers
- Heads of Business Units and Business Planners
- Individuals with just digital background but understand they need more
- Individuals who understand that success cannot be relied upon by just going in a single direction and may need to combine success with both bricks and mortar business and full utilization of virtual technology
Details for the Training Program for Digitalization and eLearning
What is Included in the Training Fee?
The Training Fee includes three days of intensive training on the elements described in the detailed program. The fee includes also following:
- High-quality training
- Karl Skaar as the trainer
- Modern training
- The venue
- Morning tea
- Light Lunch
- Afternoon tea
- Certificate for the skills acquired for the participants
- Digital following up after the training
Participants must organize their own transport and stay.
How to Organize the Registration and the Payment?
To attend this training you must register on this web page. Only people that have got feedback that their registration is accepted, will get access to the venue. That acceptation will be issued after the payment has been registered by Lucubrate.
On the top of the web page, you click on the number you want to register. If you click on “show details +”, you will find the training fee that fits for you. When you have entered the quantity (it has to be between one and five), you click on the button “Register Now”. Here you enter the information for each participant. All required information has to be filled in, to continue the registration. When that is done, you click on “Please Select Your Method of Payment”. This takes you to the Registration Checkout. Here you can select how you want to pay. You get four options:
- Mobile Money (this option is for people with Mobile Money account. After the payment is done it will be registered in the Lucubrate files, and thereafter you will receive a receipt for the payment)
- Bank Draft (this option allow you to go to a bank and pay the training fee there. You have to send the bank slip to show you have paid)
- Invoice (this option gives you an invoice that you can pay in a bank or pay online. If you use the bank, you have to send the bank slip to show you have paid)
- PayPal (this option is for people with PayPal account. After the payment is done it will immediately be registered in the Lucubrate files, and you will receive a receipt for the payment)
- Pay by Creditcard (this option is for people with Creditcard. After the payment is done, it will immediately be registered in the Lucubrate files, and you will receive a receipt for the payment)
When the payment is registered in the Lucubrate files, you will get an email telling that you have successfully registered the participants and you get access to the Training venue.
For registration and payment guidelines contact:
Mr Gerald Twagiramungu
KAA House, Plot 41, Nakasero Rd,
Trainer Mr Karl Skaar
Mr Karl Skaar is a highly successful professional, with a high degree of entrepreneurial flair, demonstrated through an outstanding record of achievement in formulating business strategies and spearheading complex projects.
Today, he works as a Senior Analyst with the Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training, a Governmental Body implementing changes in the Norwegian education system. He is CEO of NKB-Lucubrate, an international company with activities in many countries. He is a member of the board of directors for different organizations and businesses. He has been a part-time lecturer at several Universities for more than ten years and he has worked as a scientist at several Research Farms. He holds University Degrees from Norway in Business Administration, Governmental Administration, Health Education and Sociology.
Twenty years back, he was one of the pioneers within Village Phone and Microfinance in Uganda. He lived and worked in Kampala up to 2006. Over the last ten years, he has studied and worked with different issues concerning digitalization and eLearning. He has followed closely the digital development in Europe and Norway. He has created web solutions, made many eLearning courses, and written a number of articles about education, entrepreneurship, digitalization, eLearning, and development for Lucubrate Magazine where he is the Chief Editor.
Guest Trainer Mr Francis Macharia
Mr Francis Macharia is a registered eLearning practitioner who is skilled in peer review work on eLearning courses. He works with a middle-level Government TVET institution in Kenya.
He is the founder of Africa Green Skills Initiative a Virtual Academy for equipping green skills to youth for sustainable development. He also consults on Biogas matters. He trained at the prestigious Egerton University, a pioneer agricultural institution in Kenya and at the International Training Centre of ILO (ITC) based in Turin, Italy. Currently, he is pursuing MSc in Agribusiness management and Trade at Kenyatta
He has participated in very many eLearning conferences and fora, including Elearning Africa, Online Educa Berlin (OEB) and Pan-Commonwealth Forum (PCF).
Guest Trainer Mr Robert Okinda
Robert Okinda is the Chair of AFQueT, a professional association of eLearning Practitioners in Africa. He is also the coordinator of INVEST Africa (Innovation in Vocational Education & Skills Training in Africa), an initiative of the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) bringing together TVET Practitioners in Africa and the Caribbean, championing Flexible Skills Development (FSD). He is also the Head of Open, Distance & e-Learning at the Kenya Technical Trainers College in Nairobi, Kenya.
He has vast experience in eLearning, dating back to 2004 when he starting integrating ICT in education under the Flemish Association for Cooperation and Development (VVOB); InWEnt (Capacity Building International, Germany); Microsoft Partners in Learning; Commonwealth of Learning; KSOG, eLearning and Development Institute (eLDi); Open Polytechnic of New Zealand; Open University of Malaysia; Open University of the UK; and, University of Cape Town, among others.
He has designed and developed several e-Learning courses, that include: Introduction to eGovernment; Network Management; ICT Integration Teacher Certificate Course; Introduction to Commune Extension Work; Introduction to Vocational Pedagogy; Professionalism in TVET; TVET Media; and, Leadership and Management in TVET.
The workshop is a collaboration of the following organisations:
Nobel Knowledge Building Uganda (NKB) Limited, Uganda
Institute of Advanced Leadership, Uganda
African Foundation for Quality e-Learning for TVET (AFQueT), Kenya
Norsk Kompetansebygging AS, Norway
Venue Website: https://www.boulevardsuites.co.ug/Address:
Kampala Boulevard has a mix of apartments, office space, retail units and a gym – City Gym, in a new ‘lifestyle hub’ where – work, leisure and living come together. A grand entrance leads into the heart of the bustling ground floor that is occupied with convenience shops and cafes.
The building where the workshop has the venue:
Plot 19 Kampala Road, Kampala
NOTE: The conference programme and venue may be subject to change.
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