Teachers & Trainers
To introduce coding and digital literacy to
To shape the next generation of experts in technology use.
To shed light on how technology addresses real-life problems and can be used for betterment.
To build local trainer capacity through dedicated training workshops.
To raise awareness of the importance of digital skills.
To host coding workshops for youth aged 8-16.
To increase overall female participation.
To raise awareness of the critical importance of digital / coding literacy in the 21st century.
To encourage teachers to participate in TTTs.
To encourage schools to take part in Africa Code Week.
To adopt coding curriculum for sustained impact on youth.
With 72 students engaged by every ACW teacher on average, Train-the-Teacher sessions (TTTs) are a key multiplier and enabler for digital skills to become a core pillar of basic education in each participating country.
Between June and September, SAP CSR EMEA will be funding TTTs across the continent. They will be organized either by the Africa Code Week team or by partnering Ministries and non-profit partners in the run-up to October events.