Archive for the Training Category


Ghana Views

As a keen gardener I just have to share this picture, taken in Accra, Ghana, with you. It really is an amazing place for creating gardens. Quite frankly, here in Ghana the soil is so rich you can throw a plank on the ground and it will start growing, springing forth with colourful leaves and […]

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Travelling again

After a few weeks of (what feels like) solitary confinement at home, sorting out the building alterations and generally shouting at workers that are delivering shoddy workmanship, I’m ready to try anything to get as far away as possible from the local scene. And as things would have it there is a trip to Accra, […]

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Spice Gold

Tanzania always conjures up images of white sandy beaches drenched with sun and the smell of spices. After all the island of Zanzibar is called Spice Island. But Tanzania also produces a significant amount of Gold, and where there is gold there are mines, and where there are mines there will be projects. So next […]

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Pedagogy vs Technology

Now here is an interesting question: Are we making progress with technology in education and training? Note my specific and narrow focus. Of all the people around the table, I know how fast and how far technology has come. I worked for a leading IT company (IBM) for 26 years, I am used to it(IT […]

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