In-School Content



We offer teachers and education administrators the following eLearning Courses:


ELearning is revolutionizing learning. Our approach to eLearning is grounded on the following three principles:


  • Teachers are qualified content producers
  • Students are always producing content
  • Schools should be community learning centers

It is therefore a contradiction for the majority of eLearning content to be developed outside the school environment. We believe that externally developed content is important since it incorporates best-practice on how to improve learning outcomes through the application of eLearning. . Creating eLearning in the school offers some of the following advantages


  • Students appreciate eLearning content that relates to their environment
  • Teachers can recreate eLearning to address gaps identified during student assessments
  • Teachers can involve their students in the eLearning content creation
  • Students’ and teachers’ are motivated by co-creating their own content

In our view, externally developed content should be used to complement in-school content since it provides teachers with templates and guidelines on best-practice content design.


Certificate in eLearning Content Production - Fundamentals

The Fundamentals Level is the entry level to the programme. The goal of this level is provide teachers’ computer, operational and technical skills to develop and deliver e-learning to their students. The course outline is as follows:


  • What is e-learning?
  • What is In-School Content Development?
  • Developing e-learning content – Text Processing
  • Developing e-learning content – Graphics
  • Developing e-Learning content – Effects and Animation
  • A multi-media Production
  • ELearning Project Management
  • ELearning Infrastructure
  • Mini-Project

  • Take Lesson

Intermediate Certificate in ELearning Content Production

At the intermediate stage, the focus is on creating interactive e-learning content that ups the stakes in student engagement.Teachers will be now comfortable with the e-learning technologies and they would be now focusing on innovating the instructional processes.


  • Principles for Interactive e-learning content design
  • Navigation Basics
  • Hidden Slides and Advanced Interaction
  • Managing Learners
  • Using a Learning Management System (LMS) to manage the learning process
  • Customizing your Course Page
  • Managing eLearning Users

  • Take Lesson

Master Class in eLearning Content Production

The Master Class Level is the highest level in the ATAC programme. This level addresses cross cutting issues to ensure skills developed during e-learning are applied in other areas that improve the education process and learner management. The Master Class level comprises the following modules:


  • Modern e-learning in education
  • Global e-learning infrastructure
  • E-Learning Standards
  • Globally Marketable e-learning Content
  • SCORM Basics
  • SCORM in action
  • E-learning in the school environment

  • Take Lesson

Young Techies

We also work with schools to introduce their students to the following skills that are required in the new millennium:


  • Robotics.Your students will build and program robotics. Click here.
  • Animation.Your students will program multimedia cartoons and produce 3D cartoon movies.
  • Microcontrollers.Your students will program embedded systems. (Arduino)

  • Take Lesson