What we Do
South Africa has some critical failures when it comes to educating our future leaders. FastAcademy aims to provide support to students by focusing on accessibility and content quality.
We utilise a no-tech to high-tech approach to enable schools, teachers and parents with quality mathematics tuition and language support.
We develop in-house language augmentation technology (Aweza) to assist with accessibility and ensure that language is not the hinderance to learning.
Meet The Team
We are a group of passionate change-makes working to realise the FastAcademy vision of breaking down the barriers to access of quality education in emerging markets.
Chief Education Officer
Farrel employs his Business Science Finance Honours degree and successful entrepreneurship track record with a passion for education and two decades of teaching experience, to bring real learning to students across the socio-economic spectrum.
MD of FastAcademy
Nathan leads the team and digital strategy of FastAcademy. He spends his time ensuring the company runs smoothly whilst we achieving the companies technological goals.
MD of Aweza
Glenn is passionate about technology and social development in Africa, and since early 2011 he has been focused on cultivating his skills in technology, entrepreneurship, and leadership through building Aweza up into a multi-tenanted sustainable driver of positive change in society.
Adam has a passion for sales. He draws on his experience to bring our products to the schools that need them. He has an excellent understanding of the challenges our customers face in accessing quality and affordable education.
Teaching / Admin Assistant
Lauren ensures that our live programs run smoothly – she handles the behind the scenes admin whilst providing support to our lecturers in the classroom. She also creates material for FastMaths Online.
Werner leads the development of the Translation Management System – ensuring stability and consistency throughout the platform. He has a passion for linguistics and code and applies this to his work on the TMS.