South Africa Journal #4 – Classes End – Aug 5, 2011

The time has flown by, and class ended today. Both Elizabeth and I noticed we had very little jet lag – that will probably hit us when we return home. Our delegates (notice I adopted some local terms) worked hard and made good progress. The CBAP candidates said they were more motivated to complete their applications and dig into their studying so they can take and pass their exams. Several of them had been in study groups in Cape Town and were very ready for a class to give them their final launch towards their exam.

The BA Fundamentals class had more entry-level BAs in it, and they learned a lot. This class is not an intro class, and the name might be misleading to some. Our FTI partner had a senior lecturer (that’s South African for instructor), Colin Brown, present the class. That’s him in the photo helping his delegates solve a workshop problem. FTI and Watermark Learning both learned how our courses can be successfully adapted to a local audience.

 Now we get to spend some down time being tourists for the weekend.

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