ApTec in Education

Overview

ApTec has designed and implemented projects deploying satellite broadband for e-learning trials in Europe and Africa for both Government and Non-Governmental Organisations.

What we do

Distance learning methods often involve rich audio-visual content customised to individual/community needs. Delivery of this content must be provided through a network which supports intensive data requirements, such as the high bandwidth connectivity enabled through broadband technologies.

ApTec has designed and implemented projects deploying satellite broadband for e-learning trials in Europe and Africa for both Government and Non-Governmental Organisations. Various governments are now planning larger scale deployments to support the education of students at various ages and subjects.

Our Education Technology interventions deliver the 5C’s encompassing:

  • High-speed Broadband connectivity in remote areas to marginalised schools
  • Addressing on-going teacher capacity training issues
  • Deploying the right hardware in the form of computers for schools
  • Approved local curriculum approved educational content
  • Community Wi-Fi making bandwidth free to schools whilst selling it at minimal cost to local communities

Education Case Studies

ApTec has vast and recent experience implementing impactful eEducation project in Africa.

  • iKnowledge - Project Overview

    iKnowledge – Project Overview

    The iKnowledge Project brings high speed satellite broadband and digital skills training to teachers in Tanzanian schools

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  • iKnowledge Marginalised Girls

    iKnowledge Marginalised Girls

    iKnowledge Project: Science for marginalised girls across Tanzania

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  • iKnowledge Zeze School

    iKnowledge Zeze School

    iKnowledge Project brings high speed satellite broadband and digital skills training for teachers and e-Learning to Tanzanian schools like Zeze Secondary School

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  • Project iMlango

    Project iMlango

    Avanti delivers connected education to marginalised children in Kenya

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