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Gamified upskilling platform

Promising Practice

Velocity Arcademy is an EdTech start-up operating in Cambodia that aims to transform Cambodian teachers and trainers into digital educators by equipping them with the up-to-date digital and pedagogical skills and competencies required in a rapidly changing knowledge-based society.

Its target groups are TVET and general education teachers from public and private schools and higher education institutions, and trainers from large companies in Cambodia. Velocity Arcademy’s remote training approach overcomes several constraints faced by teachers and trainers in Cambodia, such as lack of time, lack of access to training and lack of funds.


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