In February, TME Education Ambassador in Ghana, Patrick Effraim, conducted training at EMIT Electronics Institute. The workshops took three weeks and were attended by over 30 students of different disciplines, such as electrical engineering, electrical installation, electronics, telecommunication engineering and auto mechanical department. The classes were also joined by four staff members. The participants were divided into three groups to make the learning process the most effective. The objective of the course was to make the students familiar with Arduino programming. For this purpose, the ambassador used TME-EDU-ARD-2. The first week kicked off with introduction to digital electronics. To make the experience the most practical possible, Patrick used circuit wizard simulation to demonstrate the behavior of logic gate such as AND gate OR gate etc. Later on, he clarified the difference between analogue and digital signals. During the second week, the participants focused on exploring TME-EDU-ARD-2’s features, Arduino hardware and software and basics of programming and circuit design. The more advanced learners could also broaden their knowledge and understanding of specific electronic components.