Announcing the start of Unit 39
Join Mr Omer for a place in the upcoming short course (February 2015) on International Business for evening or weekend sessions.
Expected learning outcomes as follows:
Understand the international business environment
Know how cultural differences affect international business
Know how international business is financially supported
Understand the strategies used by international business
The 2-month course costs TShs. 175,000/- and can be taken as a stand alone certificate course or as part of a National Diploma. Collect your application forms and register as spaces are limited. The first 10 registrations will get a 10% discount on the advertised price.
Contact 3rd Floor, New Red Cross Building, Morogoro Road
Mobile: 0755 276750
Apply for this merit-based scholarship by 31st January 2015
Applications are invited from candidates who wish to pursue any one of the following
programs at Diploma and Advanced Diploma levels:
ABE Level 4, 5, 6 or 7 Diploma in
Management of Information Systems
Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship
Human Resource Management
Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management
ACCA Introductory/Intermediate Certificate in
Financial and Management Accounting
ACCA Diploma in
Accounting and Business
BTEC Diploma and Higher National Diploma in
Business (Human Resources)
Creative Media Production
Travel & Tourism
BTEC Nationals – Progression, Choice, relevance
Apply today for a place in a career building pathway from BTEC – a skills and competence based course from Pearson and a chance to get a place in an apprenticeship program with a leading company in your area of study. Scholarships are also available upon demonstration of high performance.
Collect an application form (TShs 15,000/-) and join one of the world’s most preferred route to career success.
Details: 0755 276750 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Uhuru Walk and Treasure Hunt 2014 was a memorable event that brought together young organisers from different parts of the city to put together an event that attracted approximately 350 walkers, under the captaincy of Pooja Mundhra.
The spectacular treasure hunt attracted many interested participants as they went around funding the language learning of 14 orphans from the New Life Orphans Home.
The 2nd annual event is now coming up (July 2015) and we send out an appeal to young people in the city who think they can contribute meaningfully to the lives of young orphaned children by joining the organising team and spreading awareness. All those interested may contact the UW 2015 Team Leader Rukhsar Turabali-Jaffer through email@example.com
seen here members of the 05th Shia Scouts bracing for the start of the event.
For more pictures and slide shows of the events, click here
ECC announces 24th January as the last date for registering for ABE tuitions for candidates wishing to appear for the June 2015 exams.
ABE qualifications provide a framework for learners to progress through successive levels as they develop their skills and knowledge of business. The structure enables learners to build on what they learn until they reach their intended level and then move on to their ultimate objective – such as university or a job based on your qualification.
In response to the growing awareness that buyers now have when visiting retail outlets and the consequential challenge they pose to sellers’ ability to sell, ECC has announced a special course aimed at training shop and store attendants or managers to understand the technique and psychology behind visual merchandising in retail
Hussein Mohamedabbas Mamdani has been named Student of the Quarter for the period July to September 2014 on the basis of the following areas of strengths:
1. Demonstrates respect of self and others
2. Is a positive leader by example
3. Shows acts of kindness
4. Overcomes physical or mental challenges
5. Displays good conduct and responsibility
6. Puts forth genuine academic effort
7. Shows positive character
8. Actively participates in the classroom
9. Demonstrates analytic skills
10. Develops ability to research
ECC values students with potential and effort for self development and feels proud to be involved in the nurturing and moulding of such young talented individuals. Congratulations Hussein.
Nomination forms for the next Student of the Quarter (October to December 2014) are to be filled by teachers and students latest by 4th December 2014. Self nomination is permitted but all applications are reviewed by faculty first. Students are reminded of the need to develop all-rounded positive personalities in addition to high grades as the only way to win these titles.