Aptech seeks franchise for business opportunity
IN a bid to having more wings of its core business in the Nigerian market, Global Career in Information Technology (IT)Education, Aptech Nigeria, has revealed plans to seek for investors/entrepreneurs who have interest in being a part of its business model in the country.
According to the firm, Aptech offers to the students, Aptech Certified Computer Professional course (ACCP) to train them as profound I.T. professionals. Students completing Aptech Certified Computer Professional (ACCP) course receives direct entry to the final year of B.Sc. (Honors) at the London, Dubai, Malta or Mauritius campus of Middlesex University.
With the rapid advancement of technology, the animation industry is also booming. The demand for animated entertainment has expanded with the increase in broadcasting hours of cable and satellite TV along with the growing popularity of the Internet.
The global animation and gaming market is expected to grow from $122.20 billion in 2010 to $242.93 billion by 2016. This represents a compound yearly growth rate (CAGR) of 12.94 percent from 2011 to 2016 (Markets and Markets). Arena Multimedia Specialist Program (AMSP) is one of the very prominent education courses that trains in 2D, 3D, Animation, Multimedia and Web Designing. These courses prepare the students for a well-paying, creative job and a successful career in animation studios, VFX & filmmaking units, and web design companies.
Now with all these technological advancements, the need for hardware and networking professionals is sure to rise. Networking Engineers of every skill and the demand for their skill, like installing, maintaining & servicing computers and IT Networks are on the rise across Banking, Finance, Education, Retail, Airline, Manufacturing, Communication and other industries. With various businesses opening and booming to happen in coming years, there will be high need for these professionals. Keeping this in mind, Aptech have designed Aptech Hardware and Networking Academy.
With the growing awareness on education, parents, despite all odds strives to give the best of education to their children. It is commonly presumed that formal schooling is one of the several important contributors to the skills of an individual and to human capital. It is not the only factor, schools nonetheless have a special place, not only because education and ‘skill creation’ are among their prime explicit objectives, but also because they are the factor most directly affected by public policies. It is well established that the distribution of personal incomes in society is strongly related to the amount of education people have had.
To have a better future every child at a very early age develops the awareness of higher education that can fetch him a respectful and comfortable life.
Apart from having just general education, students are now focusing on vocational training. Vocational training implies subject based learning; one can choose his or her preferable subject and go ahead with it. To keep pace with the world scenario, every individual needs to adapt to the changes. There is advancement in every genre, be it Information Technology, Animation, Multimedia, Hardware and Networking or anything.
Nigeria is at the threshold of waking to a new dawn of hope. Education in Nigeria is the shared responsibility of the federal, state and local governments. The Federal Ministry of Education plays a dominant role in regulating the education sector, engaging in policy formation and ensuring quality control. With the advent of online education, students are now getting inclined towards broadening their horizons in careers. Nigeria for sure is heading towards brighter days.