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Lips partners with ABMA

Dec 14, 2011, 2:00 PM | Article By: Njie Baldeh

Association of Business Managers Administration (ABMA) has officially partnered with Lamin Institute for Professional Studies (Lips) to run some of their accredited programmes in The Gambia.

The Lamin-based institute would offer ABMA courses at foundation certificate, diploma and advance diploma levels.

The courses would include business management, human resources management, entrepreneurship, marketing, management and tourism.

Speaking in an interview with The Point recently at his office in Lamin, the proprietor and director of Lips, Mr Daniel Osagie, thanked ABMA for partnering with his institution.

Mr Daniel said that his institution was thoroughly screen before been given the opportunity to offer the ABMA programmes.

He said that ABMA exam fee is one of the cheapest, and it is among the internationally recognised qualifications.

Their programmes, he added, are specially designed to meet the needs of the working business class, and young school leavers who would like to further their education overseas, as well as those who are inspired to be self employed.

“I would like to seize this opportunity to invite both the working and business classes to come forward and develop their career via ABMA qualifications with us,” he said.

The Lips boss noted that their internal courses are still running, and that they are still offering scholarships to deserving students.

Madam Prencess Osagie, coordinator of the ABMA programme and the principal of Lips, used the interview to appreciate the efforts of the Gambia government for creating the enabling environment for them to contribute their part in developing the country.