Available courses

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) refers to a designation issued by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). The designation is the global standard for professionals who have a career in information systems, in particular, auditing, control, and security.

An introductory course to banking. This 5-day short course is designed to initiate new and prospective bankers as well as the general public on banking literacy. At the end of the course, successful participants would be able to;


- Define what banking is.

- Describe the players in the banking indusrty.

- Understand the role of regulation.

- Understand the business model of banking

- Etc.

Data Analytics Using Ms Excel 2016 is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to perform data analysis on a given set of data to draw meaningful conclusion from the data. It is an exciting DIY  self-paced set of lessons to enable learners imbibe the concepts and master the skills.


Pre-Requisites:


  • Basic Ms Excel knowledge.
  • A compatible computer with Ms Excel 2016 installed.

Today, different organizations employ various management techniques to carry out the efficient functioning of their departments. Procurement management is one such form of management, where goods and services are acquired from a different organization or firm.

All organizations deal with this form of management at some point in the life of their businesses. It is in the way the procurement is carried out and the planning of the process that will ensure the things run smoothly.

But with many other management techniques in use, is there any special reason to use this particular form of management to acquire goods and services? Yes, this is one of the frequent questions asked regarding procurement management.

Procurement management is known to help an organization to save much of the money spent when purchasing goods and services from outside. It also has several other advantages.


This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the principles of Marketing. There will be a focus on the management of the marketing activities and how marketing relates to overall organisational functioning, including the management of exchange processes between business units and consumers and between firms. It will include topics such as environmental analysis, industry and competitor analysis, objective setting, marketing strategies, market mix components, and finally implementation and control mechanisms. Additionally, the course will provide opportunities for the practical implementation of the concepts covered and the development of problem solving skills by means of face-to-face seminars and tutorials, online learning and a marketing practice simulation.