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The Baby Academy
Cairo American College

Creative Encounters

Discovery Channel Global Education Partnership

Education Reform Program (ERP)

GILO (Girls’ Improved Learning Outcomes)

Institute of International Education
Maadi British International School
Misr American College
Misr Language Schools
New Cairo British International School
Partners for a Competitive Egypt (PfCE)
TILO (Technology for Improved Learning Outcomes)
USAID IIE/DT2—Master Teachers
USAID IIE/DT2—Alexandria Initiative Educational Reform

Testimonials from our Clients

Partners for a Competitive Egypt Project

Larry Hearn, Chief of Party, USAID, Partners for a Competitive Egypt (PfCE) Cairo, Egypt 2001-2005

In 2001, Keys began working with Pal-Tech, Inc. to assist in the design and delivery of training for Egyptian educators under its 4-year Partners for a Competitive Egypt project.  This training was to support the installation of over 7000 PCs in the classrooms, libraries, computer and science laboratories, and teacher rooms in a pilot group of private and public schools in seven governorates throughout Egypt. Citing Keys previous successes in the USAID-funded Alexandria Initiative in educational training, Pal-Tech sought to assure not only a rapid development time for the needed training modules, but also training material development and delivery

methodologies that were sensitive to and proven effective in the “Egyptian educational context” of adult education.  Keys stable of local trainers, already prepared to deliver high-quality interventions, proved invaluable to the project. Further, as additional training classes expanded, Keys was able to respond to the additional resource demands because of its long-standing practice of hiring and training new practitioners prior to field needs.  This practice assures continual quality of service to our clients – something which both we and they have come to expect from Keys.


Andrew Lewis, Chief of Party, USAID, Partners for a Competitive Egypt (PfCE) Cairo, Egypt 2005-2006

Even faced with difficult scheduling or logistical challenges, Keys does not to compromise or lower the bar on their high standards of quality. They demand a lot out of the teachers who participate in the training.  The result is that participants achieve more than they could believe possible.


I had the pleasure to work very closely with KTEL as a consultant company to “Ed Tech-in-Schools” for more than a year and a half. My experience with KTEL proved that KTEL is different from any other training provider I've ever worked with; it’s characterized by providing cutting-edge training solutions through its experience in designing, developing, and delivering training programs that suits different segments. KTEL has a portfolio of training professionals with experience of more than 35 years in designated fields and specializations, KTEL Portfolio of training professionals has been carefully developed based on a proven track record of their training experience, technical excellence, and teaching capabilities.

I believe KTEL is a leading company with a wide local network providing top quality training programs, workshops, seminars, blended solutions, consulting, and mentoring.

Yehia el Husseiny
Training Manager,
USAID, Partners for a Competitive Egypt Project (PfCE)

KTEL professionals share a passionate belief in the power of effective knowledge and skills transfer through bridging the gap from experienced professionals to new generations leading to the optimization of schools’ intellectual capital.

KTEL management is distinguished by its vision, flexibility, understanding, experience, and most importantly customer service. KTEL devotes all efforts to provide extreme customer service and always plans ahead and acts to provide the best to its customers and exceed their expectations.


The work that Keys has done with the Ed Tech Project has been exceptional.  They have worked hard to help design and deliver our technology integration curriculum throughout Egypt. Keys trainers worked side by side with Ed Tech trainers to deliver and monitor training in modern methods of teaching and learning, school improvement and assessment. Their trainers are very experienced and dedicated to changing lives.  The impact that

Keys had on the Project's success is immeasurable. We couldn’t have achieved such tremendous results with teachers and administrators without their assistance.

Rita Karl, Senior Education Advisor, USAID, Partners for a Competitive Egypt Project (PfCE)


The Institute of International Education

The Institute of International Education (IIE) has worked in partnership with Keys to Effective Learning (Keys) since 2001. Keys has consistently supported the design, development, and delivery of training programs under sub-contracts with IIE in a diversity of areas including teacher and school development, student leadership and entrepreneurship development, and assessment. Keys is an exemplary partner that commits the highest quality resources to the achievement of program aims. The Keys' team inclusive of their management, trainers and staff are well trained professionals who care about the development of Egypt's educational system and are dedicated to  the enrichment of its human resources particularly at the teacher and student levels. The Keys' team works collaboratively and has delivered programs

Elizabeth B. Khalifa, Regional Director – MENA Region, Institute of International Education

on time using materials and approaches that are relevant to the participant group and most likely to achieve sustainable results.