LCIB introduces 12 more courses

The London College of International Business Studies (LCIBS) has launched 12 executive short courses to its academic programme, to enhance individuals from corporate entities gain technical knowhow to discharge their duties effectively.

The courses are business writing skills, the emerging technology programme, Problem solving and Decision making, business communication skills, fundamentals of strategy design.

Others are fundamentals of strategy execution, disruptive selling, crisis management, professional business English programme, international leading women’s programme and thriving under pressure.

At the launch in Accra last Thursday, the General Manager of LCIBS, Mr Daniel Nii Okaijah Welbeck urged Ghanaians to weigh the current environment and embrace the short courses to foster development in the nation.

He noted that the courses were crafted to benefit the Ghanaian workforce to give them in-depth knowledge on various activities they carry out at their work place.

Mr Welbeck indicated that the courses which range from a day course to a week course would not only drive national development in a developing country but would bridge the academia gap.

Mr Mark Badu-Aboagye, the Chief Executive Officer, Ghana National Chamber of Commerce, advised Ghanaians to invest in human capital, adding that “human capital promotes economic growth which will help people to attain competitive advantage.”

Highlighting on the need to build human capital, he emphasised that it unleashed the potential for individuals to be successful in the society.

The chief executive officer explained that the country needed educational systems that could equip all students with the necessary basic cognitive and social emotional skills to make them resilient to technological change, hence the need to pursue the international executive courses to broaden the scope of learning.

The Director of Business Development LCIBS, Mr Brett Kilpatrick, said the programme would improve entrepreneurial, vocational and life-long learning to address skill shortage challenging the country.

He called on women to enrol in the international women leadership skills course to fully develop their potentials to compete effectively with men in the corporate world.


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