TriciaBiz, Business Coach and Trainer, on the 13th of July 2019 launched Business Lab Africa, an online Business School on Saturday in Nigeria.
Business Lab Africa, the newly launched online school aims at supporting Entrepreneurs in Africa to make head way in their businesses. Even though it’s not free as interested trainees would have to subscribe to it to enjoy the content therein. The subscription however is so cheap that every MSMEs would be able to afford it.
BLA offers practicable and qualitative knowledge that are locally important to Small and Medium-size Enterprises and also accessible through mobile applications or website. For effective training, courses taken on the BLA would be taught by professional business experts all over the world and they would be covering a wide range of business courses such as;
~ Business structure
~ Business Models
~ Business procedures
~ Global expansion
Speaking at the launching, Tricia Ikponmuwonba, Lead Trainer at BLA says
“BLA’s faculty consists of trainers with deep business knowledge having consulted and trained for several Fortune 100 companies and taught a combined pool of over 1 million entrepreneurs through their online and in-class courses/workshops. The school has trained over twenty thousand people in Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, United States, United Kingdom and the UAE”.
She continued by stating that,
“At BLA, we are poised towards our simple goal; helping entrepreneurs succeed in business. To achieve this, we have adopted a blended learning model where we make use of several methods that simplifies the entire process.”
“One of our methods is instructor learning which is achieved via recorded videos addressing specific sub-topics under the subject area for the month, Live classes with experts to answer burning questions you might have and worksheets/templates for guidance,”.
Peer-to-peer learning would be used as part of the learning process by the school, this will afford it’s online community learn from One another, teach one another and also share ideas with one another. They will also share beliefs and case studies to build one another as it’s an important learning process too.
Business Lab Africa hopes to have trained 100,000 Business owners with the desired knowledge and tools to succeed by 2022.