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This women’s college in Ghana leads the way on e-learning during the pandemic



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This story by Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed originally appeared on Global Voices on July 10, 2020.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many universities are currently deliberating what to do for the forthcoming semester. St. Teresa’s College of Education, one of five female-only colleges in Ghana, is leading the way with e-learning by consolidating the use of messaging applications like Telegram and WhatsApp.

Established as the Women’s Training College in 1961 and later becoming the St. Teresa’s College of Education, Hohoe, Volta region, in 1964, the college is one of 46 colleges of education in Ghana.

In March, the college sent its students home as part of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus and most classes shifted online. While some students have been asked to return to school to prepare for their final exams, many students continue to learn online from home.

The college does not have an in-built e-learning platform like Sakai, Canvas or Blackboard, and there are no officially recognized learning platforms in Ghana. At other colleges, tutors often use whichever platform they feel works best and as a result, many students download multiple applications like Google Classroom, Zoom, Telegram, and WhatsApp, some of which consume a lot of data. In many cases, students are not formally enrolled on these platforms by their institutions to take lessons.

At St. Teresa’s, however, online learning is mostly conducted on WhatsApp and Telegram. After consulting with tutors and students, the apps were designated as the official learning platforms for the college. Tutors switch to WhatsApp if they run into network problems while conducting classes on Telegram. Students observe that these platforms are low-cost, and this helps them save money on internet data.

Speaking to Global Voices by phone, Benedictus Mawusi Donkor, a tutor at the college, explained why the college decided to enroll all students on WhatsApp and Telegram for e-learning:

When we were using the Google Classroom and YouTube, downloading videos becomes a problem when the network is not that strong. But when it comes to Telegram, I think with a little bit of network you easily get access to text mostly and audio. And some too, just a handful even with the Telegram they have a problem, so we try to engage them on WhatsApp. They have a WhatsApp platform as well as the Telegram.

By consolidating and centralizing platforms for e-learning, tutors have found creative methods to keep students engaged in classes conducted on these messaging apps. Some of these methods include close monitoring of student engagement and attendance, customizing available digital platforms for learning, listening to and addressing students’ and tutors’ concerns and providing monthly digital training for tutors in need.

Doreen Mensah, a first-year student, said that tutors and the college’s authorities found ways to motivate students to participate in online lessons.

The tutors have been motivating us. They know it’s not easy, so they tell us to try. When they are online, and you are not available he will pick his phone to call and find out what is going on. And then they will give you words of encouragement to convince us to go online.

However, there are still structural issues that mitigate learning at St. Teresa’s. According to Jennifer Nyavor, a first-year student, students are struggling financially since their allowances have not been paid since March when they were sent home:

When we were in school, we depended on the allowance but now that we are home, they stopped paying allowances and some of us use it to pay school fees so it’s making life difficult. Since we came back home in March when the president said no school till further notice, that was when they stopped paying the allowances. The allowance is 200 Ghana cedis [$34.54] per month. Unless my parents give me something small to buy data. So when I come online, I can’t ask questions because then the class is over.

High student engagement

According to a Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) report, while some colleges reported attendance rates as low as 31 percent in June, St. Teresa’s reported a 97 percent attendance rate. Tutors were highly engaged and in touch with students’ pedagogical needs. Tutors checked in regularly with students who were missing classes to work with them so that they could maintain regular class attendance.

In phone conversations with Global Voices, students and tutors observed that the college’s principal, vice-principal and quality assurance officer were added to each course platform to observe classes and work to address challenges as they emerged.

According to Jennifer Agyekum, a second-year student at the college, the efforts of tutors to keep students engaged have been effective:

Those who do well in assignments, tokens are being given to students in the form of [internet data] bundles. They are really motivating us to participate in the virtual learning and they are doing their best.

However, tutors and students still had to deal with other structural issues that specifically affected student engagement while they studied remotely.

Sophia Adjoa Micah, the principal, said:

As students are at home, some parents may not understand the whole business of learning online. Seeing their wards online they may not take kindly to it. And being females, some of the students have to do chores at home. It is a challenge to learn online and concentrate without any distractions.

Other tutors took the initiative to call parents and talk to them about creating conditions at home to enable their daughters to learn online with as few distractions as possible.

At the end of each month, tutors are required to write reports detailing the progress of their online classes and identify the challenges of mitigating teaching and learning. These reports are then submitted to school management who review them and work with tutors and students to develop strategies to address these issues.

The college also adopted an open communication style where conditions were created for students to share their concerns and challenges. The students who spoke to Global Voices found that this communication style was helpful for supporting their learning.

A model for higher education e-learning

While some lecturers in other higher education institutions in Ghana have struggled to navigate teaching online, St. Teresa’s College has worked in close collaboration with tutors to ensure that they are properly equipped to use digital tools to teach their classes.

Some tutors said that the Information Technology (IT) department of the college organizes monthly programs and workshops to help tutors who are struggling to navigate digital platforms in their classes.

In an email conversation with Global Voices, Principal Micah explained how some of the college’s support funds from T-TEL were used to enroll tutors in an online certificate course organized by Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

The college is doing well with limited resources, but Micah believes that the establishment of a state-of-the-art ICT center will help them improve the quality of e-learning. Micah has also appealed to telecommunications companies in Ghana to provide support for students via free data packages to improve access to education, especially for marginalized students.

About the Author

Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed is the incoming Assistant Professor of Global Media Industries at the University of Georgia. She is a media studies scholar whose research focuses on development communication, feminisms and media industries. Find her on Twitter @wunpini_fm.



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Four Foods to Avoid to Protect Your Prostate Health



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It may sound like an old wife’s tale, but the saying “you are what you eat” is scientifically proven. Studies have shown that foods improve health through the human body’s phytochemicals and other bioactive molecules. Health supplements like Prostate911 can also add benefits to the human body. In particular, science touts the phenols in red fruits and vegetables are beneficial. 


Phytochemicals can also have adverse effects on specific organs when ingested. In addition to antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins, certain plants produce phytohormones. These molecules interact with glands in the body. The prostate is sensitive to many ingested bioactive compounds in good and bad ways. 


What’s the Worst Thing That Can Happen?


There are a range of conditions that can be affected by ingested biomolecules. For example, the prostate sits below and presses against the bladder. When enlarged from Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH), infection, or cancer, it can cause frequent urination. 


The trigone is a triangular-shaped structure on the bottom front of the bladder. The trigone senses pressure from urine accumulation within the bladder and tells you when to urinate. Compressed from an enlarged prostate below sends a false message to the brain. It feels like you have to go, but there is little or no urine. 


The prostate gland surrounds the ureter. The ureter carries urine from the bladder through the penis. Consequently, when the prostate swells inside, it can compress the ureter. 


When the trigone tells you to pee, you have difficulty starting urine flow from the compressed ureter. In addition, you may have a feeble stream and not empty your bladder fully. It can block urine flow altogether, requiring an emergency urinary catheter to relieve urinary retention. 


The seminal vesicles that hold sperm sit on the top of each side of the prostate. During ejaculation, the sperm mixes with the seminal fluid the prostate makes. Therefore, any change in the prostate gland’s shape or size impedes the seminal vesicles’ normal functioning. This can, in turn, put pressure down the vas deferens (tube between the testes and the seminal vesicles that transport sperm cells) and produce testicular symptoms like pain and swelling. 


Cancer of the prostate occurs in 13% of all men. It kills 2-3%. Bioactive food compounds can play a role in preventing or encouraging prostate cancer.


Many men know the benefit of supplementing saw palmetto for an enlarged prostate. However, few men can name any plant-based supplement or other food that hurts the prostate. Remember the adage “all things in moderation.” Here are four foods to avoid to protect your prostate’s health. 

  • Red Meat

Red meats, specifically cooked red meats, can contribute to the risk of prostate cancer. Heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) form when you cook red meat. Research suggests that these compounds are carcinogenic. 


The more well done you cook the meat, the more HCAs and PAHs are formed. Consequently, a well-done steak is potentially more dangerous than a rare one. However, it is not just the cancer risk that red meat poses. 


Scientific studies have revealed a direct correlation between red meat consumption and benign prostatic hypertrophy. In fact, men who ingest red meat daily are three times more likely to develop an enlarged prostate. The research suggests that red meat is a food to avoid to protect your prostate health. 

  • Caffeine


Coffee, tea, sodas, and chocolate all contain caffeine. Caffeine is chemically related to sympathetic amines. Sympathetic amines are drugs like stimulants and adrenaline. This class of compounds causes increased heart rate and blood pressure and is responsible for the ‘fight or flight” response. 


Caffeine constricts the bladder and neck muscles just above the prostate. This is so you don’t urinate when under stress. So, caffeine consumption can produce or accentuate urinary symptoms if you have benign prostatic hypertrophy or borderline prostate enlargement.


That doesn’t mean you can never have a candy bar or have to give up Starbucks. Try to limit your total daily caffeine intake. Do not try to withdraw caffeine abruptly. You may get a significant headache.

  • Salt


Anyone with high blood pressure or heart disease knows they should avoid salt. The reason is that salt causes swelling in the feet and legs, and increased blood pressure can also make the prostate gland swell. Salt is hydrophobic and osmotic; it attracts fluid. 


Salt alone should not cause the prostate to swell enough to produce symptoms. However, if the gland is already enlarged due to age or other factors, it can precipitate or worsen symptoms. Therefore, limiting salt intake is recommended for anyone with BPH. 


Many need to realize the salt content of everyday foods. Limiting adding salt from the shaker is an excellent first step, but consider limiting processed foods, salted snacks like chips and salted nuts, and meats preserved or made with salt like bacon and sausage.

  • Alcohol


It may be painful for some to realize that alcohol is one of the foods to avoid to protect your prostate health. Do you consider alcohol a “food?” Technically alcohol is a food because it supplies calories, although they are what nutritionists call “empty calories.” Alcohol produces negative actions in several places that affect prostate health.


Alcohol suppresses antidiuretic hormone (ADH) in the body. That means it acts like a diuretic, producing more urine. Of course, anyone with any prostate issue would prefer to urinate less, not more. 


In addition to urinary frequency, alcohol, like caffeine, constricts the bladder’s neck muscles. Consequently, take a little BPH and add alcohol, and suddenly it becomes symptomatic. 


One study showed that excessive alcohol suppressed prostate-specific antigen (PSA). This could lead to a delayed diagnosis of prostate cancer. Having a cancer diagnosis as early as possible is preferable, so there is time to perform treatment before the situation worsens.


Practice Moderation


The Roman playwright Plautus wrote 200 years before the common era, “observe due measure; moderation is best in all things.” This advice is salient today when considering foods to avoid to protect your prostate health. It is never too late to start viewing how your diet affects your prostate health. Adding in exercise and getting the best treadmill desk will help along the journey. 

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The Criminal Charges that Shook Martha Stewart’s World



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Martha Stewart has had a long and impressive career as a businesswoman, but it was a series of criminal charges that ultimately shook her world. In 2003, Stewart was charged with falsely reporting to federal investigators regarding her sale of ImClone Systems stock. Despite the legal troubles, Stewart maintained her innocence and eventually had her conviction overturned. This blog post will explore the criminal charges against Martha Stewart and their impact on her life.

The charges against Martha Stewart

On June 4th, 2003, Martha Stewart was indicted on four counts of obstructing justice and making false statements relating to a probe into her sale of ImClone Systems Inc. stock. The charges also included securities fraud and conspiracy. The government alleged that Stewart engaged in insider trading and attempted to conceal her actions by lying to investigators.

She was accused of illegally profiting from the sale of ImClone stock before the company announced bad news about a new drug, which caused the stock to drop. Furthermore, the prosecution alleged that she had tried to hide her involvement in the stock transaction by backdating documents. Along with the indictment, Stewart was also charged with tax fraud relating to her failure to pay taxes on her illegal profits.

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Martha Stewart

The trial of Martha Stewart began in January 2004 and ended in March 2004. After twelve days of deliberation, the jury found Stewart guilty of conspiracy, obstruction of justice, and making false statements. After being released from prison in March 2005, Stewart returned to her roles as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.

In addition to the criminal charges, Stewart was also sued for civil fraud and later settled with the SEC for $195,000. To this day, her conviction remains one of the most famous white-collar cases in American history.

The trial and verdict:

Martha Stewart was put on trial for the charges of obstruction of justice, securities fraud, and making false statements to federal investigators. The charges related to her insider trading in ImClone Systems stock. During the trial, the prosecution argued that Martha Stewart had sold her ImClone stock based on inside information given to her by her broker Peter Bacanovic, who was also facing charges. In addition, the prosecution argued that Martha Stewart’s tax fraud was committed by not accurately reporting the sale of the stock on her taxes.

She was sentenced to five months in prison, two years of supervised release, and a $30,000 fine. After her release from prison in 2005, Martha Stewart became a vocal advocate of criminal justice reform. She has written about her experience in various books and articles and has spoken out on the need for rehabilitation programs for prisoners as opposed to long sentences for non-violent crimes.

The aftermath

The criminal charges that Martha Stewart faced were severe, and the verdicts she received a conviction for lying to federal investigators and obstruction of justice were even more severe. Even though he was being held in custody, Stewart never wavered in his insistence that he was innocent, even though the investigation into the incident was far from being concluded. She was required to deal with the civil penalties imposed by the SEC as well as several shareholder lawsuits that claimed damages for her alleged involvement in insider trading and lying to investigators. The shareholder lawsuits claimed damages for her alleged involvement in insider trading and lying to investigators. The lawsuits filed on behalf of shareholders sought damages for her alleged involvement in insider trading and for lying to investigators. The plaintiffs in these lawsuits were looking for compensation for the harms and losses that they had experienced as a direct result of the event.

In the end, Stewart resolved the dispute with the plaintiffs in the lawsuit by paying them a combined total of $7.5 million to reach a settlement with them and prevent future legal action. In addition to this, she had to conform to new restrictions imposed by the SEC, which greatly curtailed her capacity to deal in securities. Moreover, she was required to pay a fine for violating these laws.

The conviction of Martha Stewart needs to act as a huge wake-up call to the significant wake-up call for everybody who is involved in the business sector. It served as a reminder that even the wealthiest and most successful individuals are still obligated to obey the rules, and if they don’t, they will be held accountable for their actions. It also served as a reminder that if they don’t obey the rules, they will be held accountable for their activities. It also served as a reminder that if they do not follow the rules, they will be held accountable for their acts. If they do not follow the rules, they will be held accountable for their actions.


The criminal allegations that shook Martha Stewart’s world brought about significant shifts in all facets of her life, including her personal life, her professional life, and her financial life. These shifts were brought about as a direct result of the claims. As a consequence of her participation in criminal offenses such as insider trading as well as other unlawful acts, she was found guilty and given a sentence that required her to serve time in prison in addition to being forced to pay substantial fines.

Her sentence was handed down as a consequence of her participation in criminal offenses. In the end, the accusations brought a significant amount of unfavorable attention to both her and her company. As a direct consequence of this emphasis, she was unable to achieve the same degree of success that she had previously appreciated.

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Pepsodent is on a mission to get millions of people to their first dental visit through free Teledental consultations




More than 6 out of 10 people in Ghana (66%) have never visited a dentist due to lack of access. Lack of professional care means oral problems often go untreated, resulting in worsening conditions, pain, and other health issues. In Ghana, 1 in 4 people over the age of 5 have untreated caries on permanent teeth and 4 out of 6 lose all their teeth by age 65.

In light of this, Pepsodent’s new global campaign – Now Everyone Can #TalkToADentist was launched today to mark World Oral Health Day 2023 and to encourage people to take the first step to improve their oral health with a free Teledental consultation.

Today, there are more than 10,000 people for every dentist in Ghana, even though the World Health Organisation recommends a dentist-population ratio of 1 dentist per 7,500 people. Given this severe lack of access, millions of people have never been to a dentist. This means that oral health problems often go untreated. 25% of Ghanaians over the age of 5 have untreated caries of permanent teeth, which affects quality of life and wellbeing, and means people suffer from largely preventable pain. Additionally, there is an adverse economic impact as this results in people missing work due to pain and discomfort, leading to $161 million total productivity loss worldwide. Pepsodent Ghana is on a mission to change this and help those who have never been to a dentist take the first step to improve their oral health.

Adopting the belief that everyone should have access to quality dental health advice and care, Pepsodent Ghanaaims to give millions of people the opportunity to access professional dentist advice for free through its teledentistry service. The service is made freely available for everyone and can be conveniently accessed via mobile devices using direct links or USSDs. It connects people with dentists in real time, who can help identify causes of an oral care problem and provide professional advice to address the problem at home, where possible. If at-home care is not suitable, the patient will be given advice about how to seek professional help at a clinic. Now everyone can talk to a dentist.

Osato Evbuomwan, Category Manager, Oral Care Ghana, says, “A core value of our brand is to prevent oral disease for everyone. We want to make the process of accessing a dentist as seamless as possible, to provide quality dental advice and care, especially for those who have never been to a dentist before. Our teledentistry service and dental camps have been introduced to give people access to professional oral healthcare, no matter where they are. Our World Oral Health Day 2023 campaign, ‘Now Everyone Can #TalkToADentist’ encourages people to take the first step to improving their oral health by going for their first dental visit, for free.”

Dr. Paapa Puplampu, President of the Ghana Dental Association, also emphasized, “A large proportion of the population has never been to the dentist, not even once. To change this reality, our job is to help people take the first step towards better oral health by providing them with easy and convenient access to dental consultations. Pepsodent Ghana’s teledentistry and dental camps services will help to improve people’s habits and hopefully encourage them to regularly go for check-ups to avoid costly procedures in the future”.

Alongside this year’s campaign, ‘Now Everyone Can #TalkToADentist’, Pepsodent will be launching its teledentistry service which consumers can utilise on their mobile phones through designated shortcodes. Interested dental professionals can reach out to Pepsodent on their social media accounts or with the contacts provided, or they can contact relevant members from the Ghana Dental Association or Ministry of Health. Monthly dental camps will also be located across the different regions to provide screening and other oral health care services, so all are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity and share their experiences on social media.

This World Oral Health Day, Pepsodent Ghana is urging everyone to take the first step to improve their oral health with a free Teledental consultation. You can access the service by scanning the QR code with the camera on yourmobile phone device and tap the chat now button to talk to a dentist or call the toll-free number 0800 161 000 and follow the voice prompts alternatively visit for more details.

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Kofi Obo Wood selected to represent Ghana at the Global Peace Summit in Dubai



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A talented young Ghanaian, Kofi Obo Wood, has been chosen to represent Ghana at the Global Peace Summit in Dubai, which will take place in March 2023. The Global Peace Summit Dubai 2023, an event that aims to unite world leaders and young people from diverse backgrounds to promote social equity and establish a peaceful global environment, is an essential initiative in light of the potential for world war and economic instability.Kofi Wood with Crotia rep scaled

The objective of the Global Peace Summit Dubai 2023 is to mobilize young individuals from around the world to achieve the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Kofi Obo Wood, who is the Founder and CEO of Limitless Artificial Intelligence, a MIT Global Technological Review Panel Member, and a Roberto Rocca Award Winner for Leadership Potential & Academic Excellence, was selected for his passion for promoting peace and stability on a global scale through his technological innovations.

Kofi Wood’s expertise in artificial intelligence, agricultural technology, and financial technology is assisting in the development of sustainable solutions for conflicts and promoting peace. His selection is a tremendous honor for Ghana and an inspiration to young people throughout the country. His participation is not only advancing global peace, but it is also fostering new collaborations and partnerships that will benefit Ghana and drive positive change in the country.

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All About Transaction Per Second (TPS)




One term often thrown around in the world of cryptocurrencies is Transaction Per Second (TPS). It is a metric defining the number of transactions a blockchain network can handle in a second. The higher the TPS, the more efficient and faster the network can process transactions. TPS has become an essential metric for measuring the scalability and efficiency of blockchain networks, especially those designed for high-volume transactions like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at TPS, why it matters, and how it affects the performance of blockchain networks.

What is Transaction Per Second (TPS)?

TPS refers to the number of transactions a blockchain network can process in a single second. It is a measure of how fast the network can handle transactions. In simple terms, it is the speed at which transactions are confirmed and added to the blockchain. TPS is critical for measuring the efficiency and scalability of blockchain networks. The higher the TPS, the more transactions the network can handle at any given time.

Why is TPS important?

TPS is crucial for measuring the scalability and efficiency of blockchain networks. It is particularly relevant for networks that handle high-volume transactions like Bitcoin and Ethereum. The higher the TPS, the more transactions can be processed simultaneously, leading to faster and more efficient transaction processing. In addition, a high TPS can help reduce transaction costs, as more transactions can be processed without higher fees.

TPS is also essential for the adoption of blockchain technology in various industries. For example, in the financial industry, a high TPS is crucial for processing large volumes of transactions quickly and efficiently. A low TPS could result in slower transaction processing times, leading to delays, higher costs, and decreased customer satisfaction. Therefore, blockchain networks with higher TPS are more likely to be adopted by industries that require fast and secure transaction processing.

How Does TPS Affect the Performance of Blockchain Networks?

TPS has a direct impact on the performance of blockchain networks. A high TPS means the network can handle more transactions simultaneously, resulting in faster confirmation times and a more efficient network. In contrast, a low TPS can lead to slower confirmation times, higher transaction fees, and congestion on the web, resulting in delays and increased costs.

However, increasing TPS is a complex task, requiring changes to the underlying blockchain protocol. Increasing TPS can also lead to trade-offs, such as decreased security or increased centralization. Therefore, blockchain developers must balance TPS with other factors such as security, decentralization, and consensus mechanisms.


TPS is a critical metric for measuring the scalability and efficiency of blockchain networks. A higher TPS can lead to faster transaction processing times, reduced costs, and increased adoption by industries that require fast and secure transaction processing. However, increasing TPS is sometimes straightforward and requires trade-offs between TPS, security, decentralization, and consensus mechanisms. As blockchain technology evolves, it will be interesting to see how developers balance these factors to increase TPS while maintaining a secure and decentralized network.

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Maximizing Your Career Potential: The Benefits of PMP Certification Training



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Research states that by 2030, there will be around 2.3 million new project-oriented roles available to every individual. This indicated that skilled project managers would be a high priority required shortly. This is where PMP Certification Training (Project Management Professional) will benefit the professionals. PMP certification is purely designed by and for project professionals to validate the learners about their abilities.

Benefits Of PMP Certification

A PMP certification opens many doors to excellent career opportunities for professionals. Moreover, it enriches project management skills and displays their ability to manage challenging projects. So, what are the crucial insights regarding PMP certification training? Now, let us look below.

  • Globally Accepted

With a PMP certification, one will be able to speak the global language of project management. It is globally recognized and accepted; leaving everyone out of the hassle of understanding new practices when they work in different regions of the world.

  • Better Salary Than Non-Certified Project Managers

When someone looks at the different job opportunities in the market, many have the mandatory requirement of PMP or they give more preference to a certified professional. A PMP certification adds value to their career in terms of growth and salary hikes. With a PMP certification, a person is likely to get more hike in their current salary compared to any other non-certified project manager.

  • Helps an individual Become A Better Project Manager

After going through rigorous training and tough examination, one will have a better understanding and skills to manage projects better. The project management certifications will also help them learn and implement all the latest project management technologies.

  • Get Appreciated For Better Project Management

Getting a PMP certification will make the individual an expert in standardized methods and hone their project delivery skills. With a better understanding of project management, they will be more successful in delivering projects efficiently within deadlines.

  • Looks Great On The CV

Certifications always look good on a CV. It talks a lot about their willingness to learn and the skills that they obtained while learning. A PMP certification can beef up anyone’s CV and will make them visible to most potential employers across the world.

  • Strengthens Professional Network

With a PMP certification, one can get the benefit of getting in touch with other professionals who are PMP-certified. They will get to connect with people with similar credentials, interests, or backgrounds.

Benefits Of Online Learning Include:

  • It helps to apply for a wider range of courses
  • It provides Pragmatic coursework
  • The course fees are also lower compared to others
  • It also teaches time managementto their students
  • It provides the chance to learn technical skills
  • It also saves the commute time


Enrolling in an online school or class enlightens the above-mentioned 6 notable benefits of online learning. The advancement of technology has also revolutionized the education sector across the globe. The recent pandemic was a time when almost every student, teacher, and parent understood what such advanced technologies could do, and hence, have been on the rise since then. The PMP certificate adds value and delivers benefits such as a rise in the median salary for project professionals that are now higher globally.

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