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Power sector courses set for Lagos

26 November 2014, 07:59

Lagos -  Days after hosting a key energy summit, Lagos has been confirmed as the host of two key courses in the sector, slated for early next year.

The Financing Power Projects in Nigeria is scheduled for March 23-25 followed by the Contracting for EPC Contracts and Services in the Energy Industry on April 27-29.

Last week, Lagos played host to the West African Power Industry Conference where hundreds of stakeholders attended.

The events are the brainchild of Spintelligent, the leading Cape Town-based publisher, trade exhibition and conference organiser.

Also Read: Elumelu confirmed for West African power summit
It has launched the Spintelligent Training Academy to address learning and development needs in the energy, utilities and mining industries on the African continent.

“Part of our experience in providing quality content B2B industry events in the energy and mining sectors, is that we are part of the industry and therefore perfectly placed to identify trends and gaps and challenges with regards to skills development,” Spintelligent Managing Director, David Ashdown, said.

Other courses are slated for Ghana and South Africa.

- CAJ News


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