IUCEA in partnership with the German Agency for International Corporation (GIZ) is implementing a training program on, “Digital skills for Universities in times of the COVID-19 pandemic” in the East African Community (EAC) countries. The initiative is premised on the understanding that the COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected the education systems in the East African Community.
As one of the interventions, a Digital Skills training has been initiated to equip the EAC universities with the requisite skills necessary for building capacities and competencies for online learning and teaching. The training will be done between January to July 2022 and it will include: online didactics and digital tools; open-source systems for online teaching; e-resources; online formative and summative assessments; quality assurance and installation and integration of learning management systems.
Pan Africa Christian (PAC) University, from Kenya, was competitively selected to be the consulting organization to carry out this training. To kick start this training program, a survey to gauge interest and carry out a needs assessment was found imperative to fine-tune the training tools. To express interest in the training, kindly fill an online questionnaire by clicking on the link below: https://ee.humanitarianresponse.info/x/m9HT3s6S (Note: you may get this message on your taskbar– A new version of this form has been downloaded. Refresh this page to load the updated version. Please do refresh) The information provided will determine the selection of the universities to be considered for the training.
The deadline for expression of interest by filling questionnaire has been extended to Wednesday 8th December 2021 19:00 hours EAT, for proper and timely planning. Please note that any responses received after that date and time will not be considered.