Llewellyn Scholtz is currently the Executive Director of social enterprise Genesis CITI (I-CAN Centre), Centre Manager of the I-CAN Centre and CEO of GCITI Campus. He leads a dynamic team in disrupting the education sector with vocational technology training that promotes employability and entrepreneurship. Successfully, more than 7,000 citizens were empowered in digital skills in 3 years. The success has lauded across South Africa, highlighting the I-CAN Centre as the solution for social transformation and economic growth.
As an educational technology expert, Llewellyn provides consultation to educational institutions in aligning vocational curriculums towards global technology certification to ensure students become effective and efficient in the workplace in preparation for the 4th Industrial Revolution. Llewellyn developed a successful recipe for creating inclusive tech hubs that promote access to technology, adoption of technology and the empowerment of digital skills through partnerships. He is also a passionate and inspirational keynote speaker addressing the digital divide in South Africa. Besides, his weekly radio show has more than 10,000 listeners as he educates citizens about the world of technology. He continues to focus on researching how digital certification and badges aim at solving the UN’s sustainable development goals.