Institute Develops The Future of Engineering Education With E-learning



Artisan Training Institute (ATI), one of South Africa’s most prominent engineering training providers has launched their e-learning platform which is a first of its kind.




This blended learning solution offers digital content across fifteen engineering trades, covering all the theoretical and practical modules for apprentice learners. The learners are provided with quality content at their fingertips.

With quality being at the heart of ATI’s brand values, it’s aim is to provide learners with content that boosts their learning experience. The scarcity of learnerships in the technical field, means learners will have the opportunity to obtain the best possible exposure to their respective trades.
ATI’s e-learning platform is suitable for private learners and technical institutions.

It promotes active and independent thinking, enables continuous learning from any location and learners have unlimited access to learning material on the platform. Flexibility and convenience are at the heart of this learning experience.

Learners have the advantage to have access to the platform before they commence formal training, during their apprenticeship, and after they qualify. This blended learning solution offers quality content, assessments, and a customer portal to monitor learner progress, ensuring training at improved quality standards.

Andre Wiesner, Group Human Resource Development Manager at Glencore highlights, “Our experience with ATI’s e-learning platform has been a great one. The learners have access to the content even long after the completion of their training and that’s fantastic”.

At a learner level, ATI’s students share how helpful the e-learning platform is, particularly the video-based content. Sibongile says “I love the video content. It helps to demonstrate the modules and I can review these videos as many times as I want”.

Sibongile also highlighted how being able to track her progress by completing the available assessments is her favourite aspect of the e-learning platform.

The ATI e-learning platform has the potential to positively impact the entire African continent by propping up training institutions with quality content, access to training material and assessment technology. This is set to become a gamechanger for engineering training.

Submitted by Artisan Training Institute (ATI)





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