The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria has granted accreditation to Poise Nigeria, an etiquette training firm, as a certified trainer for the banking and financial sector.
A statement announcing the accreditation read in part, “With over 17 years of equipping individuals with performance enhancing skills to positively impact their organisations and the society in general, Poise Nigeria has become the preferred institute for delivering value in self-development and capacity building training for individuals and corporate entities.
“Over the years, Poise Nigeria has since expanded her horizons covering not only personal and career development programmes, but also providing opportunities in youth employment and entrepreneurship, teen development programmes, Information and Communications Technology, and digital design skills through her subsidiaries, Poise Graduate Finishing Academy and EkoBits.
“In recognition of its compliance with regulatory standards and outstanding best practices, the CIBN has certified and granted full accreditation status to Poise Nigeria in Lagos. The certification came at the approval of the governing council of the institute for accreditation at the end of a recent evaluation exercise carried out by the CIBN.”
The CIBN is the sole accreditation agency under the competency framework for the country’s banking and financial industry put in place by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
On presenting the certification award, the institute commended the management of Poise Nigeria, led by the founder, Mrs. Mavi Isibor, for its efforts towards meeting high standards and striving towards world class training in the financial and banking sectors as well as other sectors of the economy.
The central purpose of the accreditation under the competency framework is to entrench a quality assurance mechanism to provide the desired training services to banks and other financial institutions in Nigeria.
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