The African Foundation for Quality e-Learning for TVET

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The African Foundation for Quality e-Learning for TVET (AFQueT) is a Professional Association of eLearning Practitioners in Africa that offers policymakers a framework for dialogue with stakeholders for development of a shared understanding of quality in e-learning.  

AFQueT aims at promoting the quality and image of TVET through capacity building in Open, Distance and Flexible Learning (ODFL); engaging in research, development and innovation on ODFL;  certification through e-Quality checks for design, development and facilitation of e-Learning courses; organizing conferences, workshops, trainings and seminars on ODFL; championing a community of e-Learning practitioners in Africa; interacting, collaborating and sharing best practices in Open Educational Resources (OER), Inclusivity in TVET, Sustainable Development, Competency Based Education and Training (CBET); ICT Integration in TVET; and, encouraging industry linkages with TVET.

AFQueT membership is drawn from practitioners working in various TVET institutions across Africa, who have expertise in e-Learning from different occupational areas. They strive to address challenges of expanding use of ICT to increase institutional efficiency, expanding access to skills training in formal/ informal set-ups and improving the quality of teaching and learning through an activity called Flexible Skills Development or FSD.

AFQueT is collaborating with Lucubrate for ‘Digitalization and e-Learning for the Educational System’ On-Site Training at the Institute of Advanced Leadership, Kampala w.e.f. 4th to 6th February 2019.

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