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Krypton Academy is the Training and Capacity Development Division of Enzo Krypton and Company.

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kryptonacademy@enzokrypton.com
1st Chancery House, No. 5, C & I Leasing Drive, Lekki Phase 1, Lekki - Lagos. Lekki-Lagos
Tel: +2349086317559

The Institute of Technology & Management (ITM), was established by the Cross River State Government (CRSG) of Nigeria in December 2012 but opened its doors to academic activities in September 2014.

The Institute:

Runs approved programmes accredited by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE);
Has been accredited by the Joint Admission & Matriculation Board (JAMB). Hence, the Institute is currently engaged in the 2016 admission screening exercise;
Has fully been approved by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) and our second batch of National Diploma students will commence their 16 weeks supervised Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) exercise in September 2016.
Cross River State is located in the South-South Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria. It shares boundary with Akwa Ibom, Abia, Ebonyi and Benue State and international boundary with the Republic of Cameroon. The state capital is calabar. The state has many centres of attraction, prominent among which are the Obudu Cattle Ranch and Tinapa Resort. The State is socially known as the People’s Paradise. The Institute’s central location, (Cross River Central Senatorial zone) is also of great advantage to the citizens of the state. ITM is located within a good spread of approximately 76 Hectares of land, about 146 kilometers north of Calabar, towards Ikom. Its geographical coordinates are 5° 48′ 0″ North, 8° 5′ 0″ East. The frontal boundary of the ITM premises stretches over approximately 1.5 kilometers. There are two main gates of entry, both sited along the Calabar – Ikom Highway.

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admissions@itm.edu.ng
Off Ikom Calabar Highway, Ugep UGEP 2341
Tel: +2348073991404, +2348073991407

Samuel Adegboyega University Ogwa, was founded by The Apostolic Church Nigeria, Lagos and Western Northern Areas (LAWNA) Territory. The University was named after Pastor Samuel Adegboyega(MON) who was one of the eminent founding fathers of The Apostolic Church Nigeria; the first LAWNA Territorial Chairman and first field superintendent of TAC, West African Region. As a National icon, He was appointed honorary juror in the Nigerian judiciary and Associate Jury of the juvenile court. The institution received licence from the National Universities Commission on Monday March 7, 2011 as the 45th Private and 117th overall in the Nigerian university system. Our mission is to provide wholesome and comprehensive education for intellectual and spiritual development of her students in preparation for leadership roles and service to the society. Our vision is to be a world class university, excellent in academic traditions and exceptional in providing university education which empowers the graduates to act with professional competence and ethical steadfastness in fulfilling their obligations to the society.

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registrar@sau.edu.ng
Kilometer 1, Ogwa-Ehor Road, P. M. B. 001, Ogwa, Edo State
Tel: +2348027395105, +2347061570211

The National Open University of Nigeria is Nigeria's leading and only specialist provider of open and distance learning at tertiary level. We are also the country's largest tertiary institution in terms of student numbers.

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info@nou.edu.ng
Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria Lagos
Tel: +2348052592478, +2348063102206

The institute of Counseling Nigeria is the first of its kind in this part of the world, Acquiring professional certificate as a clinical counselor and psychotherapist just got easy. The Institute provides a wide range of counseling and related courses. Students enroll with assurance and confidence on our quality courses, which are fully backed by the experience and resources of the Institute of Counseling.
The institute offers courses both in Clinical and Pastoral Counseling, within a pastoral context in the beginning but diversified in recent years to also produce a selection of further courses which follow the clinical person-centered approach developed by Carl Rogers and others.

The Institute is committed to a non-discriminatory policy to educate all who will benefit from the courses it offers, irrespective of culture, religion, tribe or nationality. The quality of education in the institute can compete with any of such in any part of the world, and the certificate is a professional qualification to start a private practice with adequate monitoring and experience. Additionally we are open to assisting the local community by accepting referral from relevant NGOs.

Objectives

The Objectives of Institute of Counseling Nigeria are:

To promote the training and development of counseling skills
To provide opportunities for continuing professional development
To issued professional certificate for the purpose of private counseling practice
To produce and distribute counseling skills training resources
To provide a counseling service for individuals needing counseling.

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admin@instituteofcounselingng.org
135, Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, Lagos. Lagos 23401
Tel: +2349094812983, +2348035037992

Our professional services are provided to the general public and to all primary and post-primary schools, both public and private in the FCT. Accordingly, we facilitate the work of teachers through training, seminars and workshops; formation of subject associations, selection and provision of curriculum materials, e.g. teaching schemes, textbooks; and through co-curricular activities such as debates, quiz, career days and application of psychological test materials; enhancement of library services through training, publication of newsletters, handbooks, examinations guidelines, conduct of school examinations for selection, placement, certification, etc.

The Centre reaches out to the general public, especially parents, guardians, researchers and independent learners, through book fairs, counseling clinic, radio talks. The ERC has city libraries, model laboratories, computer / internet centre and facilities for conferences, seminars, other academic programmes like quizzes and debates. It also holds French, English and Nigerian Language lessons for all categories of young and adult learners at the French Language Centre and the Language Laboratories respectively.

The ERC maintains a mutually beneficial liaison with relevant professional and educational bodies and associations, such as WAEC, NECO, Education Trust Fund, Federal and State Ministries of Education, NERDC, National Mathematical Centre, NESCN, Donor Agencies, the Curriculum Organisation of Nigeria, the World Conference of Curriculum and Instruction, NAFT, IAEA etc.

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No. 55 (formally No. 1) Harper Street, off Kigoma Street, Zone 7, Wuse District. Abuja

This school of finance provides financial and management training for accounts officers and administrative personnel.

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registrar.ifian@yahoo.com
Suite c48, Danziyal plaza, Central Business District, Abuja. Ikeja
Tel: +2348069786225, +2347038331275

The Alliance Francaise (French: l'Alliance Française) is a Nigerian non-profit institution whose statutes have been approved by the Alliance Française of Paris. The Institute is involved with the training and education of Nigerians, most especially Lagosians in the French language and culture.

The Institute was established in 1959. About 4,000 students register annually at the Institute for their programmes. It is the headquarters of the General Delegation of the French Alliance of Paris in Nigeria. There are ten sister locations in other parts of Nigeria including Enugu, Ibadan, Ilorin, Jos, Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, Maiduguri, Owerri and Port Harcourt. The Lagos Institute is the largest alliance in Africa. As one of the worldwide networks of Alliances, it works closely with the Alliance Française Foundation in Paris and the Nigerian government. As the operator leading to the promotion of French language and culture, it is supported by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The French Alliance is also bound by agreement to the Ministry of Education of Lagos State for a period of 10 years renewable under a continuing education program for French teachers of the state and it is directed by Philippe Lebreton who is also the Managing Director of the French Alliance in Nigeria.

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afkaduna@alliancefrancaise-ng.org
10, Umaru Gwandu Road. Kaduna
Tel: +2348033110109

The Alliance Francaise (French: l'Alliance Française) is a Nigerian non-profit institution whose statutes have been approved by the Alliance Française of Paris. The Institute is involved with the training and education of Nigerians, most especially Lagosians in the French language and culture.

The Institute was established in 1959. About 4,000 students register annually at the Institute for their programmes. It is the headquarters of the General Delegation of the French Alliance of Paris in Nigeria. There are ten sister locations in other parts of Nigeria including Enugu, Ibadan, Ilorin, Jos, Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, Maiduguri, Owerri and Port Harcourt. The Lagos Institute is the largest alliance in Africa. As one of the worldwide networks of Alliances, it works closely with the Alliance Française Foundation in Paris and the Nigerian government. As the operator leading to the promotion of French language and culture, it is supported by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The French Alliance is also bound by agreement to the Ministry of Education of Lagos State for a period of 10 years renewable under a continuing education program for French teachers of the state and it is directed by Philippe Lebreton who is also the Managing Director of the French Alliance in Nigeria.

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lagos@afnigeria.com
l.g.a Primary School Ikeja

The institute of Management and Technology(IMT), Enugu came into existence under the then East Central State of Nigeria Edict No 10 of 1973 promulgated by the administrator of East central State – Ajie Ukpabi Asika. Prior to the establishment of the great IMT, there existed up-till 1967 the College of Technology which offered courses in Engineering and Laboratory Technology leading to the award of Ordinary Diploma, the Institute of

Administration which provided short in-service training of various grades, the Co-operative College which offered a certificate course in Co-operative Studies to Co-operative inspectors from the ministry.

These institutions were autonomous and were located differently. The College of Technology was part of the Ministry of education and the Ministry controlled it. The Ministry of Establishments controlled the institute of Administration while the Co-operative College was directly under the Ministry of Rural development.

All these institutions were staffed by civil servants who were posted there from the Ministry and could be re-posted to other departments or units according to the needs of the Civil Service.

In 1970 there arose the need to establish a higher institution of learning for upgrading and training of our men and women in technological, managerial and engineering fields. This need was pursued vigorously and in October 1971 the Ukpabi Asika administration decided to merge the former College of Technology with the Institute of Administration. To give effect to this decision both the institute and the College came under the unified control of the cabinet office on 1st April, 1972.

In October of the same year the Administrator of the East Central State appointed a Provisional Council. This council was charged with determining and recommending to the government an appropriate structure of an autonomous, technical as well as professional and managerial man-power in the subject areas indicated by the state and national needs. The Council pursued its task with vigour and vision and submitted a report early in April 1973.Thus on 31 May 1973 the Edict No 10 of 1973 titled “The Institute of Management and Technology Edict 1973” was promulgated. The edict took effect from 1st July 1973 and thus gave birth to what is now known as the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) Enugu. Dr. Ukwu I Ukwu became the first chairman of council while Professor M.O Chijioke became the first rector and The first Registrar in the person of Mr. B.O. Akwukwuma.

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Enquiries@hiitplc.com
27 Obafemi Awolowo Way, Beside Obafemi Awolowo House, Ikeja, Lagos Ikeja 100001
Tel: +2348161660043, +2348022705992