[CAVIE-ACCI] It all started in Mauritius, in March 2020. While training the staff of the Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB), the leading bank in the Indian Ocean, our lecturer was confined in Port Louis for 37 days. In the meantime, there was no other means than distance or online learning to meet our commitments. Fortunately, the Mauritian companies Axys and Trimetys were the first to take advantage of this opportunity, from 21 to 25 March, with great satisfaction.
Until then, the African Centre for Competitive Intelligence (ACCI) had always favoured face-to-face lectures. This approach was used during training programmes as well as during the installation of monitoring and economic intelligence, due diligence and compliance systems. This approach was justified by the sensitive nature of the knowledge transmitted in the face of competition and the need to create a quality network of people trained in this respect.
Whichever way you look at it, analysts are almost unanimous: the world after Covid-19 will no longer be the same as before. The skills and mindset required of the survivors will be particularly different, even though most of them will not have been trained thereon. What if we took advantage of the decline in activity in the public and private sectors to give employees the assets they will need to remain competitive in this new environment?
As a response to this essential question, the ACCI has decided to switch its most requested lectures online to favour distance learning. We are now able to train your staff and support them in setting up specialised systems, at a distance and securely. More advantages include, the fight against the pandemic, the increase in employee skills and a reduction of nearly a third in the cost of services.
The ACCI Virtual University provides you with the following seven short, intensive and accredited training programmes: Africa Market Monitoring and Intelligence (AMMI), Competitive Intelligence and Due Diligence in Africa (CIDDA), Strategic Intelligence and Investigative Journalism (SIIJ), Influencing Policy Making in Africa (IPMA), Advanced Methods & Tools Compliance (AMTC), Training and Certification of Parliamentary Staff (TCPS), Tools and Techniques for Financial Investigations in Africa (TTFIA), Crisis Communication Operations and Techniques in Africa (CCOT).
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