Oluaka resumes AGSMEIS Training.

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In 2017, Oluaka Institute of Technology became one of the foremost accredited EDI by CBN in Imo State following her commitment to supporting MSMEs within the region through upskilling and access to resources that will enhance their productivity level.

In 2019, when the AGSMEIS anchor program was re-instituted by CBN to be managed by NIRSAL MFB, a re-evaluation was conducted by the team at NMFB, Owerri branch and noticing the skills and the capacity of the Institute, the recommendation was to retain the Institute as an accredited EDI noting the supports they’d had for MSMEs in the region.

To ensure that all applicants are treated fairly in the process of application, training and onward interview, in the past few months, the Institute has been working closely with all applicants following the recent upgrade of the processing portal.

Today, we are happy that more and more of the applicants that were trained since the inception of the program are getting their approvals and further disbursement of the loan to upgrade their businesses across various industries.

Against this backdrop, the Institute will commence again its AGSMEIS training in the month of November – this time the training is coming with a lot of flexibility to ensure that regardless of applicants current employment status, they can afford to be part of the training.

The program is scheduled to hold as follows:

Start Date: Monday, 15th November, 2021

End Date: Friday, 19th, November, 2021

Time: (Morning Session): 10am – 12pm

Afternoon Session: 2pm – 4pm

There will be option for hybrid class for those who will not be able to make it to the physical class also.

APPLICATION PROCESS

The application process remains the same: Applicants are advised to visit https://www.agsmeisapp.nmfb.com.ng/ and sign up with their details.

While selecting the preffered Institute (EDI), Oluaka Institute of Technology should be selected.

For applicants who may have questions or clarifications to make, please send a Whatsapp Message to: 07038499799.