Jobberman.com Partners with Dymore Consulting to Launch GAPS Academy

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Jobberman, the leading job portal in Africa has entered into partnership with Dymore Vision Consulting, one of Africa’s leading digital media and social innovation firms to launch GAPS Academy.

Jobberman and Dymore Vision Consulting have looked into the problem of low educational standard in Africa and have built this platform to enable Africans acquire profound knowledge to prepare Africa for the future.

In the sphere of making things happen, the job portal with the largest list of Jobs in Nigeria, Jobberman.com has stood out at the top. Recent trends in the portal have shown it is not relenting in its pursuit to impact great value in Africa.

Jobberman.com, the leading job portal in Africa has entered into partnership with Dymore Vision Consulting, one of Africa’s leading digital media and social innovation firms to launch GAPS Academy.

With over 3,400 video classes and hundreds of topics, GAPS Academy is currently the platform with the highest amount of digital learning content in Africa. It is also the largest library of learning related videos on YouTube with content ranging from academic to the everyday Do-it-Yourself tasks. Topics already covered include Management, Marketing and Brand Management, Finanncial Management and Accounting, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology with more content being put up and optimized daily.

Its focus is on crowd-sourcing the learning process by building a network of stakeholders across the world that are dissatisfied with and willing to do something about the state of education in Africa.

GAPS (Grow-Advance-Produce-Succeed) Academy is led by Dr Anderson Uvie-Emegbo of Dymore Vision Consulting. He is an Adjunct Faculty at both the Strathmore Business School, Kenya and the School of Media & Communication, Pan African University, Nigeria. He is also a Resource Person at the Lagos Business School. At GAPS Academy, Dr Anderson is the Director of Learning. He leads the team that would continually challenge the what, why, how, where, when and who of the learning process.

Today a new story is being written by Africans for Africans.

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