In this global cut – throat village that we now live, development and change have become a necessary evil for any society that is to keep up with the pace and demands of the today’s competition against trends.
Communication has therefore been noted as the driving force behind any organisation that aspires towards change and development. Communication for change has therefore become the beginning and the end for everyone who endeavors progress.
This cannot go without reference to the beloved continent of Africa. The strides that still need to be covered towards different issues, among others, socio-political, economic matters are still many.
That becomes a burden/onus that directly goes upon the shoulders of officers whose duties are to show the light to society through communication, some of whom are mentioned below.
This training henceforth focuses on equipping with and inculcating in the modern employee / employer (the communicator),some simple to exercise but rare to find and taken for granted skills in a lot of organisations but which can give a competitive advantage not only in organisational but national if not continental operations.
While it elaborates and clarifies relevant theoretical and conceptual issues, the main thrust of the training is on practical operational issues pertaining to the proper practical and realistic guidelines to application to media practice and advocacy especially targeting the developing African continent that is still bedevilled by HIV and AIDS, Ebola, illiteracy, cultural erosion and more retrogressive challenge
African Training Institute (ATI) is an international training institution that was established to meet the ongoing needs of the African workforce in the current dynamic business environment. The institution is registered in South Africa under company registration number 2013/180557/07 in accordance with the relevant South African laws.
ATI is an accredited member of the Southern African Association for the Conferencing Industry (SAACI), membership number ******, the South African Quality Institute (SAQI), membership number AFR012 and is accredited by the Services Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) of South Africa, accreditation number 12192 and Local Government (LG) SETA, accreditation number LGRS-1579- 170224.
We offer a wide range of professional short courses that are designed to continuously improve productivity in various Governments, Parastatals, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Private Sector and other organizations across the African continent. The institution also organizes benchmarking study tours for various government ministries across Africa.
Knowledge and understanding in areas such as, but not limited to conducting research for investigative stories by means of sourcing relevant information, writing techniques specifically used in investigative journalism reporting practices.