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06/May/2022

We provide a wide variety of technical, non-technical, vocational, competitive, academic, and language classes which are important in getting good jobs. We are more focused on providing job-based training for which we have strong tie-ups with various companies. Frontlearn also acts as an e-learning platform for those who want to learn online. Apart from this, the vertical company keeps on organizing workshops, seminars, conferences, webinars, internships, etc to nurture the skill of young professionals.

In the era of the Tech revolution, it has become the primary motive of everyone to be Tech-Savvy. Concepts are changing at a rapid pace. To maintain a rhythm with such a fast change, Frontlearn Institute was established with the thought of developing an ultra-modern learning foundation with free thinkers. Earlier, Frontlearn launched its wing, Blueberry and spice, which was supposed to conduct focus on culinary arts and chefs’ training. The idea was just to highlight the worthiness of technology as well as culinary education for the current generation. Everybody is using computers, laptops, smartphones, or gadgets in day-to-day life but to know the functionality of these devices is the key challenge.

Students particularly appreciated the idea of workshops which led Frontlearners to think more & expand the concept. As the real potential of a company lies in its workforce, Frontlearn has undoubtedly a very reputed team that is shortlisted by a rigorous screening test. The company keeps on organizing various events in between to motivate & provide a top-notch interface. Various guest lecturers from reputed organizations are linked up with Frontlearn who connect time to time with the students via webinars. Frontlearn Institute is one of the best digital marketing and culinary arts training centers in Kenya. Join it to get trending jobs.

Hang around Frontlearn if you are looking for the best web designing training center in Kenya. The curriculum mainly includes HTML training, CSS training, javascript training, bootstrap training, PHP training etc. It is the best job-oriented course that can be learned in-classroom training or via e-learning programs. Diploma in Information Technology is an assured job-oriented course that opens doors for trainees who want to get jobs in reputed MNCs. We provide training on Software Quality, Manual Testing, Automation Testing, UFT(QTP), Selenium WebDriver, KATALON, Agile, ISTQB, Database Testing, and Mobile Testing. Be a full stack tester.

 

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09/Mar/2022

International Women’s Day has been celebrated all around the world for more than a century. On March 8th, every year, people come together to note the feats that have been made by women and further lobby for gender equality and women’s rights.

In the past few years, women from various institutions, including Frontlearn Institute, have made headlines, called for celebrations, and made those in their spheres of influence proud by making meaningful contributions to the education sector.

A few of these women include:

  1. Pasty Mink – Title IX Coauthor and congresswoman

Pasty is no ordinary woman because of the developments she brought to the field of education. Mink desired to go to medical school but could not do so because she was a woman. Then, after finishing law school, she struggled to find a place to work because she was a woman and a mother. She did not give up though. She pivoted her dreams, becoming the first female candidate of color who was elected into a political post in the US Congress. She then coauthored a book named Title IX and advocated for the rights of women, especially in post-modern discrimination. Mink was instrumental in helping put critical policies against discrimination and in funding education programs that support women.

Today, Frontlearn Institute is laying a lot of emphasis on ensuring that women get a fair chance in education. Our programs are gender-sensitive and we pride ourselves on skilling women who have become great professionals in the corporate sector.

  1. Fanny Jackson Coppin – A proponent for African American Education

Fanny was a former enslaved person from the black community. Being a woman, earning a college degree was no easy feat. She dedicated her life to ensuring that African Americans got as many educational opportunities as possible after the civil war in the United States.

Fanny served as the principal for the Institute of Colored Youth based in Philadelphia for 40 years. During her tenure, she eliminated all tuition fees and financed the housing of the students who moved from the suburbs to live in the city.

At Frontlearn Institute, we have endeavored to make education affordable for both genders through scholarships.

  1. Ella Flagg Young

Ella Young was an education reformer who would later go on to become the first female superintendent of the great city of Chicago. She did not manage to go to school until she was 11 years old. She even managed to teach herself reading and writing. She held important roles in education, including teaching, principal teacher, superintendent, teacher trainer, and school board member.

At Frontlearn Institute, we pride ourselves in the fact that we are training women who go into the corporate sector and hold key positions.

  1. Graca Machel

Ms. Machel is known for her advocacy and philanthropy at the Graca Machel Trust. She has been a lifelong companion of children’s rights and girls’ education. Machel went into history as one of the key people who fought against early child marriage that affected mostly women.

Frontlearn Institute is committed to ensuring that women, just like men, receive quality education that will make them recognizable in society.

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18/Oct/2021

Eradicating poverty is key, but how does one eradicate poverty? This seems like a simple question. Yet, it is complex and has been unanswered for decades despite being discussed in several global forums including SDG, UN, and World Bank forums. In a statement, the World Bank notes that it is commited to eradicating poverty in all its dimensions. The global economic body calls for the use of latest information to help goverments develop policies that are sound that can help even struggling economies, and focus investments in areas that are critical to enhancing the lives of people.

In a five point article on how to eradicate poverty, Outreach International notes that it is critical that those directly affected by the problem be directly involved in efforts to combat poverty. This implies that affected populations should be major participants in the global fight against poverty. They also note that it is more important to organize a team to fight poverty rather than leaving the fight to only a few. While this is happening, the key issues should be identified in orde to make the fight more worthwhile. Importantly, those in poverty are to be made aware that they can addres their own issues and that the process of alleaviating poverty takes time.

At Frontlearn Institute, we believe that education can and will reduce poverty. We are not alone as the UN arm for education also holds the same views. UNESCO’s report and the Education Commission provide critical evidence on the impact of education of the earnings of an individual and overall economic growth. As Frontlearn Institute makes its small but targeted steps, there is need to bolster the global agenda of using education to eradicate poverty.

Our courses are designed with a view to provide students with practical skills that will help them to become economically empowered. With our practical courses such as Certificate and Diploma in Culinary Arts are meant to empower students with skills that they can put to use immediately with high chances of employability. Culinary Arts is a highly sought after profession and students graduate with high prospects of being employed. This is one major way of reducing poverty: teaching relevant courses for the job market.

Frontlearn also links its graduates with employers for attachment and internship positions. The technical institution is also planing on launching an alumni support program where all its graduates will be able to network. The goal is to locate employment that is relevant to the skills and interests of the graduates and assist in the creation of inclusive workplace environments where the graduates can be able to give meaningful contribution.

 

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07/Oct/2021

Did you know that over 50% of our students get to know about Frontlearn Institute through a referral? That says a lot about Frontlearn Institute’s reputation as a reputable, credible, and professional institution.

Students as well as graduates play a signficant role in introducing well deserving students to Frontlearn Institute as they represent real-life examples of the impact Frontlearn Institute has had on their careers and lives. By sharing their story with others, they provide inspiration, guidance and motivation to those who may be just beginning or who may have gotten stuck along their journey to becoming professionals in ICT, Business Management, and Culinary Arts in Kenya.

We encourage all students, current and past, to share your pride in being part of the Frontlearn Institute family by participating in our Student Referral Program.

If you have a friend, relative, or even a co-worker, either here in Kenya, who could benefit from one of Frontlearn Institute’s programs, simply provide register with us through the referral form and we will contact you with further details of the program. An Admissions team member will follow up with the student directly and help guide them through the application process. If that student enrolls in one of our programs, you will earn Ksh. 2,000!

We thank you for helping us to attract the brightest and most talented students to our school. Register for our Student Referral Form here.

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29/Jun/2021

Frontlearn Institute of Technology is delighted to announce funding for its 2021 semesters to benefit worthy and needy students. This will enable those who cannot be able to fund or get guardian sponsorship to kickstart their career in their desired field.

To be eligible, a student has to have completed secondary school education and attained at least a minimum grade for Frontlearn Institute of Technology’s course requirements. Students can apply for scholarships for certificate or diploma courses.

In allocating awards, we Frontlearn Institute will give priority to students who have academic excellence and display genuine need. The management, will review your scholarship application and decide whether or not you will receive a scholarship and the percentage of waiver thereof.

Submission Requirements

To apply,  a student is expected to fill the below online form and complete the scholarship application requirements:

Frontlearn Institute of Technology Scholarship Form

The required information includes scanned copies of academic documents, signed and a stamped letter from a referee, and a completed application – which can either be done online or physically.

Once applicants Frontlearn Institute of Technology offers an application a scholarship offer, the application is expected to respond with a written acceptance letter. The applicants will be expected to pay their respective admission fees.

Note that scholarships cover tuition fees only. Please submit your scholarship application as soon as possible to ensure that you are considered for any of this year’s semesters.

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