Students outside their designated local government area should make their travel arrangements for scheduled tasks throughout the course. No exemptions to this part of the programme would be permitted, except for those mentioned in the exemption column. Programme Demands – ps2.education
For candidates residing outside of Nigeria (diaspora), we will consider a three-month window to complete this part of the programme on the application.
You can only extend the time frame you require to complete your work. There are track options that allow students with other demands to study at their own pace.
Your C.B.S. is within the boundaries of the L.G.A. designated by you in your initial application, and you must do all C.P.E. work within that L.G.A. There is no requirement for a certificate of origin at this stage but may be required before certification is approved.
Only a specified number of students from each local government area will be offered a place on this programme to allow for an even distribution of opportunities across the entire country.
More details about the C.P.E. arrangements and tasks will be given to you at various stages throughout the course.
You will be given a 300-page Harvard Business Review (H.B.R.) book or other selected non-fictional study book at every interval. You will be expected to have prepared yourself to participate in group discussions of the material given after the break. The material would vary per learner to allow a broad spectrum of information.
You are advised not to enol in this programme if meeting the complete requirements or any section of it will result in difficulties that would affect your ability to complete the programme in full. Suppose you are the lazy-youth type as alleged by a popular leader or fond of making excuses. In that case, we strongly advise you not to enrol in this programme as no concessions or considerations that could compromise the standard and quality we must deliver to our students is given.
We Use Plain English Language Throughout the Course Material.
In designing this programme, we have adopted the use of plain English language throughout the course material. Also, the voices used in the audio or video lectures are in an ascent effortlessly audible.
The programme will be offered in a select number of sub-Sahara African countries commencing with Nigeria. The launch date for each country will vary. Interested learners should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Quarterly Awards for best performing L.G.A., the most vibrant L.G.A., and the most active course groups are awarded to each student in that group. You will be entered in the PS2 quarterly journal, where we will depict the elements that helped achieve that award. Your award is a testimony of your competence in that category and can be used for future employment and appointments.
We will announce the least performing and least active group in our quarterly journal, listing areas of underperformance for improvement.
Students should be self-disciplined enough to work intensively and independently online (10%) and offline (90%) and will have tutor support throughout the programme.
Students should follow the sensible guidelines in the course material to reduce data wastage and distracting commercial ads when watching study videos to maintain this offer.
The course is designed with an African perspective using Nigeria as its subject matter. It is unique to the relevance of Pan-Africanism. Our broader curriculum and case studies from Africa makes it different from any similar programme on offer anywhere in the world.