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STF is building a better future for all people through our education, development, and exchange programs. We work with individuals, communities, and institutions to find comprehensive solutions to some of the most pressing challenges, such as poverty, conflict, and inequality. Together, we have made a difference in more than 20000 people —and counting. We deliver the most advanced training solutions in Finance, Accounting, Taxation, Banking and Beauty sector. Our proficiency lies in identifying your talent, understanding your aptitude, analysing your needs and nurturing you to reach the zenith of technical excellence. We believe in the innate potential of each individual.


Our Approach

We do things differently because education is the backbone of a nation and STF’s work in all these program areas is grounded in an approach that incorporates four key elements

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Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is a well-known model in education, training, facilitation and organisational development. It is an immersive, participant focused active approach to learning that engages learners of all ages, backgrounds and experience levels.

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Leadership Development

Leaders drive the process of organizational learning and adaptation by providing time and space, granting the freedom to explore and fail, and by encouraging those around them to look at things in new ways. Experiential Learning

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Inclusion

The design and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment methods that allow all students to engage meaningfully with the curriculum and achieve their full potential.It is a set of principles, beliefs, or ideas about the nature of learning which is translated into the classroom.

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Innovation

Learning is a social practice and can’t happen alone. “By our nature we are social beings and we learn by interacting,” Groff said. “We learn by pushing and pulling on concepts with one another.” Structured, collaborative group work can be good for all learners; it pushes people in different ways.