Our Ambassador Programme
Our vision with our partners – Intel, Brocade and Kyocera – is to promote collaboration across all levels of Education for the benefit of educators and students, and the Fujitsu Ambassador Programme is a leading example of the partnership that is required to achieve this.
We wanted to bring together digital evangelists like Intel, Brocade, Kyocera and ourselves, with educational establishments that are ambitious in their use of technology and the way it can enhance the teaching and learning experience. Our Education Ambassador Programme gives education establishments the opportunity to discover our technologies, contribute to their evolution and discover the ways in which they empower young people to create, invent and build the future.
To ensure we are all working towards shared, long-term outcomes in Education, the Fujitsu Ambassador Programme, when it was created, was fully aligned to the Education Technology Action Group (ETAG) agenda and endorsed by the UK Government.
In turn, the organisations that we have partnered with are just as committed to this goal as you are. By working together we are convinced that we can deliver the benefits of digital transformation in Education.
The Role of our Ambassadors
The role of our Ambassadors is to work with Fujitsu and our partners to encourage collaboration across education establishments and promote a shared best practice vision for driving transformational change through technology in teaching and learning.
Our Ambassadors are part of this programme as we know that they share our passion and ambition for technology as an enabler within the education environment. They collaborate with us to promote a ‘many learning from many’ approach and a drive for collaborative expertise to enable new innovation.
Our Education Ambassadors are handpicked by Fujitsu and our programme partners to support our objective of helping to make technology in the learning environment accessible to all. The Ambassador Programme is subject to continued review by Fujitsu and its partners and we make no commitment to continue the programme indefinitely.