Providing the tools for our customers to achieve capacity building
Success Stories from Chalkboard Education
Building school capacity in 10 African & South American countries
Training cocoa industry field workers on best practices & ethics in Ghana
ADRA & SickKids Hospital
Training nurses and healthcare professionals on nutrition in Rwanda
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International Cocoa Initiative
Training staff on child labour safeguarding in Ivory Coast
Jackson Educational Complex
Training 10,000 primary school teachers across Ghana
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I love that Chalkboard Education designed this platform for the African environment. It is designed to deliver high-quality distance learning for environments where the internet is not great, I appreciate that.
Director, E-Quality Partners
Overwhelmingly, the experience was positive, they are very supportive of our ideas, they worked hard to help us reach our deadlines to launch the pilot. They are flexible and you can share ideas with Chalkboard and they will try and adapt the platform to suit your needs or would listen to your ideas to come up with the best solution.
Generally, they’re a great organisation to work with, respond quickly, and working with them in their office was great fun!
Product Development Associate. Opportunity International
People have reacted quite positively to Chalkboard Education, considering it is a new way to learn. Training is sometimes thought of in a specific format; in a classroom with a teacher while in front of a board, where learning occurs in a formal way.
The application has helped people break misconceptions about classrooms as the only learning approach and enabled them to partake in innovative and alternative ways to learn.
HR Director, International Cocoa Initiative