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A UNIVERSITY WITH A VISION TO INDUSTRIALIZE AFRICA

SPEAKING OF INDUSTRIALIZATION

This is the system by which raw materials are processed into finished products for the benefit of mankind. So that makes an industry a place where economic activity concerned with the processing of raw materials and manufacture of goods in factories take place.


LEADPRENEUR ACADEMY, (Leadership Entrepreneurship Academy) has proven to be an Academia for the industrialisation of Africa. In the university, students are guided by protocols and are taught all kinds of courses to become who they are not but here at Leadpreneur Academy, the courses we offer has been designed to enlighten students and will help them in their area of discipline.

WHAT MAKES UP AN INDUSTRY?

Even if you intend to stay with the same company or industry for a long time, having flexible or transferable job skills can help you advance in your career. Because some companies may place a higher value on certain skills than others, research potential employers to learn which skills you should work on developing. Here are some of the most important skills for success in any industry:

 

  • Decision-making

  • Multitasking

  • Creative problem-solving

  • Collaboration

  • Communication

  • Professionalism

  • Integrity

  • Management

  • Initiative

  • Empathy

  • Leadership

  • Teamwork spirit

  • Be innovative

 

 

It is widely accepted that most of Africa’s education and training programs suffer from low-quality teaching and learning, as well as inequalities and exclusion at all levels. Even with a substantial increase in the number of children with access to basic education, a large number still remain out of school. But the time has come for Africa to create a system that works. Some of the challenges faced by Africa which virtually stagnate industrialization in Africa

 

  • Underdevelopment of the middle class

  • low savings

  • high rate of criminality

  • corruption

  • high levels of debt,

  • lack of capital and skills 

  • weak infrastructure

  • lack of electricity,

  • poor roads and congested ports—are some of the problems that hinder the process of industrialization in Africa.

 

WHAT COULD POSSIBLY BE DONE?

For good reason, Africa has a strong desire to industrialize. Manufacturing is likely the only proven development model that has helped bring jobs, export revenues, and rapid and sustained prosperity to a variety of (primarily Asian) poorer countries.

 

However, significant industrial capacity in Africa may never be realized unless African countries engage in the messy and laborious task of actively promoting manufacturing through targeted infrastructure, skills development, financial policy, making quality connections with agriculture and services in partnership with the private sector, and preparing for a more digital future. The window of opportunity is getting smaller.

 

If;

  • natural resources,

  • capital,

  • workers

  • technology

  • consumers, transportation systems

  • and a cooperative government can be provided and improved as well, then Africa will successfully be industrialized.

 

 

 

This is the vision of LEADPRENEUR ACADEMY. To offer education which capitalise on skills and entrepreneurship. Leadership and entrepreneurship Academy nurtures individuals to becoming experts in their various fields of expertise with the aim of being outstanding global personalities for the industrialization of Africa.

 

Leadpreneur Academy help students earn mastery skills, establish specialized platform that provides professionalism in all human endeavours. Leadpreneur Academy train students to become expert in their passionate niches with core leadership values. The world would be a better place when 95% of student learn to be an entrepreneur in the areas of Business, Agriculture, food processing and other areas of discipline.

 

Leadpreneur Academy encourages entrepreneurship, harness the talent of students and inculcate the entrepreneurial spirit into them. They learn how to make something out of their talent (raw materials), which allows for growth. In addition, he virtually adapts to his environment, he creates opportunities and become a problem solver to the world.

 

Students who are skilful in the area of agriculture contribute immensely in the economy. Once he begins to focus on manufacturing, he creates job opportunities for individuals to begin training for jobs that could pay them better. Instead of going through a long apprenticeship, anyone could change their stars by putting in enough hard work.

 

WHAT BENEFITS DO STUDENTS GET IN TURN?

    • It Allows A Student to be specific, productive and creative.
    • They take part in Creating More Jobs for The Global Economy.
    • Their perspective about wants and need is defined
    • It improves the quality of life for each person and household.
    • Productivity is highly emphasized

These and many more are what we stand to gain from the university with the vision to industrialize Africa.

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