Center4Tech wins African Quality Achivement Awards 2016
Center4Tech, a leading STEM provider and technology project center in Nigeria, was recognised with an award as Africa’s Most Innovative Quality Technology Training Center of the Year 2016. This award was received by the company at an award ceremony held on 9th September 2016 at Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Ikeja, Lagos.
THE AFRICAN QUALITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS (AQAA) 2016 is an Annual event initiated at celebrating leadership innovation and creativity in quality management in Africa. The Award is aimed at identifying, recognizing and rewarding companies, personalities and products that apply Quality Culture and Quality Management Best practices to the analysis, planning and implementation and control of policies designed to achieve corporate objectives in both profit and non-profit making organizations in Africa
The event is organised by African Quality Institute (AQI), a leading professional organisation dedicated to developing quality professionals and implementing African programmes on quality management and assurance, with the support of international quality professionals across Africa including standard organization officials from Ghana Bureau of Standards (GBS), The South Africa Bureau of Standards, Uganda Bureau of Standards, Standard Organization of Nigeria, National Standard Bureau Liberia, Africa Organization for Standardization (ARSO), and International organization of standardization, and Pan African quality Organization.
The Chief Technology Officer, Center4Tech, Uyai Mbon, while speaking on the award received by Center4tech, said, “We are happy that our innovative services, which is aimed at equipping the young people with technology skills to innovate was recognised in and outside Nigeria by the pan-African body, African Quality Institute.”
The CTO, commended AQI for its laudable initiative, aimed at encouraging innovation and quality standards in Africa. He also said, “Center4Tech will continue its efforts to provide world class technology training courses to both youth and adults in Nigerians.”