1. To offer unique, qualitative and transformative training aimed at promoting excellence and innovation in STEM teaching, development of 21st century skills and leadership.
  2. To serve as a train-the-trainers’ centre of excellence for skilled STEM master teachers who will later undertake training of other teachers and school leaders and policy makers.
  3. To develop and apply models of innovative STEM teaching and learning based on cutting-edge research and practice.
  4. To address science and technology-related national and regional development challenges through the provision of better-trained STEM teachers.
  5. To undertake continuous monitoring of the critical mass of master teachers trained by the Centre in institutions where they are multiplying their innovative and transformative skills.