Bridging the skills gap through quality education for all.
African Education Week Convention & Learning Expo, now running for the fifth consecutive year, is the largest annual education conference and expo in Africa, boasting over 1400 delegates from across the continent. It looks at critical issues affecting schools, FET colleges and universities and provides a forum for representatives from all these institutions, as well as government, publishers, e-learning providers and corporate organisations, to bring new ideas, tested strategies and real solutions to improve institutional global competitiveness through quality in education for all.
The challenges facing the education sector cannot be addressed in isolation, and Education Week brings together individuals with diverse areas of interest, knowledge and skills to share their ideas and work in unison to ensure that educational institutions adequately prepare our youth to become productive members of society, and eventually take their place as our future leaders, hence the theme for 2011: Bridging the skills gap through quality education for all.
Date & Venue:
6-8 July 2011 at Sandton Convention Centre.
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