4sight and Cyryx College join hands to promote corporate training

  • Posted on:  Thursday, 20 June 2013 13:10
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4sight Consulting Ltd and Cyryx College Maldives recently joined hands to promote and conduct corporate training and personal development programs in the Maldives archipelago. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signing ceremony was held in Cyryx’s Male office on 27 August.

The MOU reaffirms the commitment of 4sight and Cyryx to the objective of jointly executing skill development initiatives together in Maldives. Cyryx will now take on the role of 4sight’s key strategic partners in Male. The move is in line with 4sight’s blueprint for sustainable growth and offshore expansion. With Cyryx’s prominent and strong establishment in Maldives as a leading higher education tuition provider, the collaboration is also expected to groom ad improve the marketability of students approaching the corporate world.

4sight was represented by Hussain Buhary, its lead consultant and Director. 4sight Consulting is a new age corporate training platform with a diverse international and local resource personnel and client base with key focus on skill development, executive coaching, strategy oriented think tank and conducting knowledge symposiums. 4sight’s key expertise is along the lines of leadership, personal development, corporate development, technical skills, teacher training and entrepreneurship.

Cyryx was represented by Executive Director, Ahmed Shafeeu, Dean, Ibrahim Waheed and Finance Director N. Udayakumaran. Cyryx, founded in 1993, is a full-fledged higher education institutionthat caters to over 3,000 students and employs over 60 academic and support staff members. With two campuses in Male equipped with several computer training labs, modern lecture rooms, and a library, in recognition of service to the nation, Cyryx was awarded the national Public Service Award by the President of Maldives in 2002. Their courses range from certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas in IT and Management.

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