There are a number of emerging e-learning initiatives and platforms targeted at schools as a result of Covid-19 enforced social distancing.
Integrating these platforms and technologies in a seamless manner to achieve measurable outcomes poses a major challenge for most schools, parents and learners.
The VIT has developed a content management platform that incorporates various e-learning offerings and helps schools to determine the most optimal solutions for their specific needs.
The VIT enjoys sound working relationships with the departments of Basic Education across various provinces in South Africa.
It is through our technical expertise and these strategic relationships that we are able to rapidly deliver elearning solutions, especially in rural communities and township areas where such interventions are needed most.
With 4 700 registered users currently using its platform, the Virtual Institute of Technology (VIT) expects its user numbers to grow “exponentially” over the next 18 months. This is according to VIT project manager Phumzile Hlatshwayo, speaking at the launch of the edtech company before a hybrid audience.