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Introducing TSiBA Education Solutions

01 Mar 2012

TSiBA Education Solutions offers their first training courses as part of the high quality graduate and management development programme for the corporate and government sectors. These courses incorporate the “TSiBA difference” in that they integrate personal development with business knowledge and experiential learning opportunities. Each of these courses can also be customised to address the particular training needs of our clients. 

A two-day course, Write Right – creating business stories provides practical techniques for the creation of various business documents using storyboarding, storytelling, and general writing tips.  The course is scheduled for 19-20 April 2012.  A detailed outline of the course can be obtained from .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was founded in 2004 with a vision to “Ignite Opportunity”.  Our mission is to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change.

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