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IQ Certificates Presented at CABE Conference, Nigeria

The Centre for African Business Education (CABE) provides IQ accredited business education and training for individuals and organisations aimed at achieving effective operational excellence in African markets, whether you are on the ground in an African country or engaging from outside the continent, regardless of the sector.

On the 18th & 19th June 2015, CABE organised and held a conference in Abuja, Nigeria specifically for the Early Years Education sector, which is a fast developing business sector in Nigeria. The conference aimed to teach and promote International Best Practice in the management and operations of Early Years Educational institutions. The speakers included a combination of international and local speakers, with the key note speech delivered by the honourable former Nigerian Minister of Education, Mrs Obiagely Ezekwesili, providing a healthy mix of international and local knowledge.

With over 60 school owners, managers and teachers representing over 40 private schools, local and international exhibitors such as Oxford University Press, Hodder Education, and TTS Group, and a strong showing from the Federal Ministry of Education, the inaugural EVOLVE Early Years Education Conference has been hailed as a huge success.

In her address to the conference delegates, the Deputy Director, Early Childcare/Primary Education, Federal Ministry of Education – Mrs Adaba – said “Change has started from Early Education. There will be synergy between the Federal Min of Education and CABE. This is the beginning of that journey!”

She presented Level 6 African Business Management (ABM) certificates to course participants who achieved the IQ qualification.

Sallyann Baldry. IQ's Head of Business Development, supported the Centre for African Business Management (CABE) in the design and develop of their customised qualifications and commented "This innovative qualification includes core units on critical business and management skills and additionally enables course participants to contextualise the learning within a diverse range of sector focussed management environments. As well as the Early Years area described above, other areas include Beauty and Wellbeing, Retail Management, Commercial Agri-business, Film making and Performing Arts, Catering & Hospitality Management and Supply Chain Management".

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Jul 06, 2015 10:59 AM