In Zambia people value education and yearn for more of it. Institutions offer all levels of education - from pre-schools right through to universities - as well as personal and professional development services.
The journey begins with high quality childcare, keeping young children explore their world and develop vital skills in a safe and healthy environment. Pre-schools help build a foundation for more formal education, encouraging the development of social, emotional and communication skills, pre-literacy and basic mathematical concepts. Primary schools and secondary schools all over the country provide much needed basic formal education.
Having achieved a basic education students can strive for higher education and find the colleges and universities that offer courses to give them qualifications for a range of careers.
Many educational institutions from primary schools to university offer student accommodation, providing boarding facilities for student far from home.
With online learning, sometimes called eLearning, students can be together virtually (with an instructor), while working through their digital lessons and assessments. This form of education is becoming more and more important as Covid-19 sweeps through the world. When using distance learning, students work online at home while the teacher assigns work and checks in digitally. In the 21st century, distance learning almost always involves digital communication, making it essentially identical to eLearning.
Education is a lifelong process. Skills training offers non-academic learning to sharpen one's career. Workshops and in-house training also facilitate the transfer of knowledge, covering anything and everything, from to government compliance.
Every individual's career will be enhanced with personal development. Personal development organisations in Zambia may offer coaching, mentoring and/or structured courses. There is also world-class training offered in the field of professional development, resulting in recognition by the particular certifying body.
At the end of the day people need jobs. The businesses that help you find a job are agencies that specialise in this area.