The British Business Centre joined hands with UK Association of Business Executives (ABE) and the House of Habib to launch the Corporate Learning Academy (CLA) in Pakistan. CLA is an online learning platform developed by ABE and iQualify UK for their employees. It can be used to train employees and offer them opportunities to develop their business skills. It is a customisable, cost-effective and powerful management tool.
The British Deputy High Commissioner, Belinda Lewis attended the launch reception as the chief guest at the British Deputy High Commission while the CEO of ABE UK, Gareth Robinson, and the Chancellor of Habib University, Rafiq Habib were also present on the occasion. The reception was attended by business professionals, members of academia, industry and press.
Association of Business Executives (ABE) is a globally recognised institution, providing qualifications in the areas of entrepreneurship, business start-up, business management, marketing, human resources, travel, tourism and hospitality management.
Garett Robinson, CEO, ABE, UK said:
Entrepreneurs are not born they are educated. Investing in your people through quality education means investing in the future of your business and community. We believe in changing people’s lives. ABE is very proud to be in Pakistan and work with the House of Habib to enhance its employee’s capabilities through these business qualifications.
British Deputy High Commissioner, Karachi and Director for UK Trade & Investment in Pakistan Belinda Lewis said:
The UK’s professional qualifications are recognised internationally and are highly valuable to all those seeking to improve their career prospects. I would like to congratulate the team at Association of Business Executives and the House of Habib on launching the Corporate Learning Academy in Pakistan and wish them – and all their students - the greatest success.
British Deputy High Commission