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  • After Compulsory Education, What Next?  - A Reflection
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    A conversation with Gavin - Uwem Mbot Umana Gavin looked at his GCSE result for the 10th time. He had done well in most of his subjects. What else could he have asked for. For the core subjects of English math and science, he had aced them. There was celebration in the air...

  • Moving Ahead - E-learning Portals, Event Videos and Featured Videos
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    As follow-up to our earlier post on Covid-19 and the Training Industry, this post seeks to highlight the steps we have taken to reposition our offerings to meet the needs of the evolving training landscape. In a post on the NST Trainers Forum, we  amended our earlier position to create a...

  • COVID -19 and the Training Industry – Keeping the Industry Afloat
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    We have carefully followed all information about the Coronavirus with a view to understanding the impact on the training industry as it relates to attendance at training events. Information we have gathered indicates that there has been a lot of cancellations from overseas participants as governments across the globe are...

  • Just two months to go in 2017! – It Is Time to Act!
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    There are 60 days remaining until the end of the year. Wouldn’t it feel good to know that your actions in these last days of 2017 are purposeful and aligned towards your goals and aspirations? Remember, there is going to be only one 2017. Whatever is not done this year...

  • Promoting Your Courses on Nigerian Seminars and Trainings Portal
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    As a response to all the enquiries we have been receiving from training providers all over the world wanting to know how they can use our platform to promote the businesses and upcoming training courses, we decided to put together a step-by-step guide on how to assist prospective users. Old...

  • Welcome to September 2017 – It’s time to start “Calling the Mare”
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    As the last of the crops are gathered in, there used to be a lovely ceremony called Calling the Mare. The farmer all wanted to prove that they had the best reapers, so they tried to gather in the last of their crops before the neighboring farmer did. The last sheaf...

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