The Nigerian Army Resource Centre has partnered the International Professional Managers (IPMA) United Kingdom, on the provision of Digital Course Content for the Nigerian Army Resource Centre’s Learning Management System. The partnership was sealed recently when a team of Information, Communication Technology and Security Management and Leadership Development Programmes Specialists paid a courtesy visit to the Director General, Nigerian Army Resource Centre, Maj Gen Johnny Hamakim (rtd) in his Abuja office.
During the meeting it was disclosed that the main focus of the collaboration was to ensure that all programmes and structures of the IPMA be integrated into the platform of the Nigerian Army Resource Centre’s Learning Management System.
In his remark, the DG NARC Maj Gen Johnny Hamakim expressed his profound appreciation to everyone for their meaningful contributions during the visit and urged them to work together for the success of the programme.
The Nigerian Army Resource Centre (NARC) was established as a national Think-Tank with the sole aim of furthering the interest and knowledge in the art, science, engineering, law and literature. It has a vision and mandate to be a leading e-learning management provider in Africa. The NARC e-Learning platform is a world class Learning Management System (LMS) that is designed to among other features, enable tertiary institutions and course content providers deliver programmes and courses to a wider range of students online, thereby increasing revenue as well as the number of enrolled students at the lowest possible cost.
Similarly, the IPMA is a globally recognized body in the United Kingdom that has different collaborations with reputation all over the world including several Universities in the UK, France, Asia, Africa and National Open University (NOUN) Nigeria. It has also been running leadership and several other programmes in Nigeria through government agencies, including the Federal Ministry of Education, Security and Exchange Commission amongst others.