Fire Tech is working with international governments to help change the landscape of technology education.
Case Study: OMAN’S NATIONAL YOUTH PROGRAM FOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
The Diwan of the Royal Court of the Sultanate of Oman selected Fire Tech to create a program for top students, ages 15-17, to teach Fourth Industrial Revolution skills in an engaging and creative way. These skills included digital citizenship, coding, design, electronics and prototyping, as well as how to use these skills to solve problems on both a personal and a national scale .Read more
Case Study: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (NISTI), SEYCHELLES
The National Institute of Science Technology and Innovation (NISTI), a government agency in the Seychelles, were concerned that their young people weren’t learning future-critical technology skills that would give them the chance to have a bright, fulfilling future. They invited Fire Tech to ignite their young people’s interest in technology and grow as problem solvers and changemakers. On a more concrete level, further sponsors ABSA (formerly Barclays) were looking to encourage and skill up local digital talent for their own hiring needs.Read more
Case Study: OCEAN GENERATION – ANTIGUA & BARBUDA
Ocean Generation asked Fire Tech to bring specially-curated education technology workshops to young people in Antigua in partnership with ABIIT (Antigua and Barbuda Institute of Technology), and UNOPS. This was the youth component of a broader DadliHack hackathon project and our objective was to inspire teenagers.Read more
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