Services

KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT

Knowledge development is basic in building the innovation structure. Our services entail three areas of specialization – Knowledge Management, Knowledge Services, and Knowledge Expansion Strategy.

TRAINING

Development of varieties of training tools and products for individual, business, government academic institutions, and organizations. Training provides material and tools tailored to specific needs for short and long term organizational governance structures. ICU facilitates Workshop Development tailor-made to suit various organizational needs and challenges.

INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING / CAPACITY BUILDING

ICU undertakes systematic interventions to institutional development and reform. Institutional strengthening and capacity building are a necessity in transformation process. It could entail a comprehensive tactic to create, manage, and evaluate organizations, enhance their formal structures, and improve their operational processes and procedures.

ENTREPRENEUR MINDSET

Being a successful entrepreneur may be impossible without an encouraging mindset. ICU’s training platform includes a creation of structures that emboldens entrepreneurial mindset. This discipline is embedded into the organizational structure to enable individuals explore and prosper in their prospective business ventures.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

Academic ventures without workforce opportunities often leaves a major challenge in managing individual success. Assisting individuals or families to become economically stable, entails creating techniques for job search, application, interview, and employment retention to boost economic stability and self-sufficiency.

ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONAL SUCCESS

Building success in academic institutions might require an effective management of   students,  their short-term objectives relative to their long-term goals; providing them  with the right curricula, academic supports, and services to help them achieve these goals. ICU creates relevant strategy to prepare the faculty to competently assume their role in academic management.