Stakeholders in the education sector will converge on Thursday next week for the Access Bank “W” Initiative education forum, with the theme: “Value Creation, Safe Learning and Business Sustainability”.
The industry focused webinar event which is slated for Thursday 30, June 2022, is open to school owners, management, teachers, parents and the general public. Its seek to sensitize and equip participants with business insights, branding, and ensuring safety for children in schools and at home during this challenging times.
Panelist will share their insights, tips and experience on building a holistic, visible, and profitable school business. Parts of what participants will learn includes, creating a safe learning environment for children in school and child safety tips for parents.
School owners will appreciate how their schools will be the preferred school of choice for parents and how parents can make the best school choice for their children. Attracting and retaining high-value employees for their schools and building competence as a high-value teacher.
The webinar that will be host by Mojibade Sosanya, will be having the following speakers, Dr Naomi Adjepong, Director of Operations at Alpha Beta Education Centre, Ghana. Okeyinfu Ajayi, Education Strategist and Founder, Busy Minds Center. Yinka Ogunde, Principal Consultant, Edumark Consult. Akin Benjamin, CEO, Three Dimension Edibiz & Associates. Detutu Ajibodu, CEO Cece Yara Foundation.
The “W” Initiative was established in July 2014, by Access Bank to accelerate a new and stronger wave of hitherto scanty female entrepreneurs in Nigeria. In addition to financial inclusion, the “W” initiative is a one-stop center of all of Access Bank’s women empowerment offerings.
Some of these include capacity building programs exclusive to women, mentoring programmes, and maternal health services, all aimed at helping to build a bigger, stronger and more sustainable society.
Under the “W” initiative, participating women and their families have access to a wide range of opportunities. Part of these privileges includes access to loans and credit facilities; access to the ‘W’ community in which they can get insights concerning family matters and finance matters.
In addition, ‘W’ community also provides women with access to information about several value-adding special offers for the home, including specially discounted offers as well as freebies on health, beauty and fitness.