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FirstBank’s e-learning for 1m college students

By Collins Nweze


FirstBank is supporting about 1.5 billion kids throughout the globe who’ve been pressured to remain at house to include the pandemic.

With the indefinite closure of colleges, FirstBank is enabling the training of 1 million college students by means of an revolutionary eLearning answer, which is able to drive sustainable efforts in the direction of enhancing training.

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The financial institution has cast a formidable partnership with Robert & John, IBM and Curious Studying to make sure the e-learning initiative strikes throughout the nation.

Robert & John is providing Roducate, an eLearning answer, with a authorities accredited curriculum-based contents starting from major to the tertiary degree.

Roducate is accessible each on-line and offline (on preloaded units) for these with restricted or no entry to the web, making for a revolutionary e- studying expertise.

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The partnership with IBM, provides the Digital-Nation Africa programme, an internet youth-focused studying programme that permits innovation and abilities improvement on rising applied sciences by means of focus areas, comparable to Synthetic Intelligence, Coding, Cloud, Web of Issues, Blockchain, Knowledge Science and Analytics, and Cybersecurity.

Additionally, the partnership with Curious Studying provides academic-based contents for pre-school and early studying aged three to eight, utilizing enjoyable and self-guided  apps to assist them with their cognitive abilities at a basic degree.

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