During our strategic planning sessions, the need to embrace the use of technology to implement our programmes was identified as a key focus area.
Trainiac, the company which developed the revised and modernised material for the high school Mini Enterprise Programme, was contracted to develop a digital version. One of the key requirements in the brief to programme developers Ad-One Digital was that the programme had to be internet access independent so that learners at sites with no or unreliable connectivity could also benefit from the learning material.
That was how JA South Africa found itself using a revolutionary little device called the Raspberry Pi.
For a fascinating overview of the e-Learning Programme written by Frank Coerlin of programme developers Ad-One Digital, click here.