Course Venues

We provide exotic and well resourced and logistical support in the following training venues & locations;

Head office – GHANA The Director of Programs
African Institute of Management Science (AIMS)
Phone: +233-302-522902, +233-501-453666
Mobile: +233-501-453666
Email: info@aimstraining.org

One of the brightest jewels in West Africa’s crown, Ghana is a country blessed with idyllic beaches, cosmopolitan cities, and remote nature reserves full of exotic wildlife. It is also a country steeped in rich history. In particular, the colonial trading forts that still exist along the Atlantic coast stand.

Knowing where to start your adventure after your training or between training in this exotic country can be difficult. But whether you’re exploring a historic castle, surfing world-class waves, or heading out on a safari, the experiences you’ll have in Ghana will surely trump an vacation.

Country Representative
Focal point of contact
Group 5 Training

South Africa is diverse and beautiful country, about the size of France and Spain combined or roughly twice the size of Texas. Its varied cultures, intriguing wildlife, stunning scenery, and remarkable beaches make it a haven for business travelers from around the world. Visitors quickly discover that the rich history and colorful inhabitants ideally complement the top tourist attractions in South Africa, which creates an unforgettable experience.

Country Representative Focal point of contact Development
Training International (DTI)
Gwamile Street
Mbabane

Bordering Mozambique, in the southeast of Africa, the lush and mountainous Kingdom of Swaziland is Africa’s last absolute monarchy. This small but scenically beautiful country of emerald peaks, rivers, ravines, rolling valleys, and waterfalls is a hiker’s eden. Nature reserves are the top attraction here, and though only a few host Big Five animals (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino), all of them offer an intimate game-viewing experience, lush mountain scenery, and a rich diversity of species. Swaziland also proudly preserves its fascinating culture, customs, and festivals. Travelers are welcome to watch some of the festivities of Incwala, an impressive three-week kingship ritual in December and January, and, Umhlanga, the lively Reed Dance ceremony, which takes place during the last week of August or first week of September.

Country Representative
Focal point of contact (Florence Mohoho)

Regus, Dubai Airport free zone

P.O. Box 54620

Dubai is the United Arab Emirates’ holiday hot spot. This city of high-rises and shopping malls has transformed itself from a desert outpost to a destination du-jour, where tourists flock for sales bargains, sunshine, and family fun. Dubai is famous for sightseeing attractions such as the Burj Khalifa (the world’s tallest building) and shopping malls that come complete with mammoth aquariums and indoor ski slopes.

But this city has many cultural highlights and things to do, as well as all the glamorous modern add-ons. Take a wander around the Bastakia district, and you’ll discover the Dubai of old, then cruise along Dubai Creek in a traditional dhow, and you’ll soon realize there’s more to this city than its flashy veneer. Learn more about the best places to visit with our list of the top attractions in Dubai.

Country Representative
Focal point of contact (James Baffoe)
CCTD

10 Victoria Street

Bristol BSI 6BN, England

Bristol, set inland on the Avon River and with access to the Bristol Channel, has an illustrious history as one of England’s oldest ports. It was a favored port of departure for the New World following John Cabot’s voyage to North America in 1497. To celebrate that event, Cabot Tower in Brandon Hill Park was erected on the 400th anniversary of Cabot’s voyage. Bristol was also a trading center and Royalist headquarters during the English Civil War. Shipbuilding has been a pillar of Bristol’s economy for centuries, reaching its pinnacle with I.K. Brunel’s SS Great Britain. Built in 1838, this was the first steamship to make regular Atlantic crossings. In addition to designing the famous suspension bridge spanning the Avon Gorge, Brunel was also the engineer in charge of completing the Great Western Railway between London and Bristol.

Among Bristol’s tourist attractions are 30 art galleries and a number of parks. For families, there’s Bristol Zoo Gardens and At-Bristol, which is especially designed to engage young minds. Ashton Court Estate provides a wide variety of outdoor activities. Between all these and a day trip just outside of town to Cheddar Gorge, you’ll find plenty of things to do during your training  in Bristol.

Country Representative
Focal point of contact
M Services Ltd.
Kigali City Tower, 4th floor
P.O. Box 6428

Established as the capital after Rwanda gained independence from Belgium in 1962, Kigali is located roughly at the country’s geographical center. It’s a natural gateway for visitors and an excellent base for exploring Rwanda’s best attractions.

If you have time, plan to spend at least a few days in the city itself rather than simply passing through. In the quarter-century since Kigali was devastated by the Rwandan Genocide, it has been reborn as one of the cleanest and safest capitals in Africa.

Skyscrapers and start-up companies provide a surprising contrast to the lush scenery of the surrounding hills while contemporary art galleries, coffeehouses, and restaurants add to Kigali’s cosmopolitan atmosphere.

For further information pertaining to any of our training venues indicated above, or any other preferred location, do not hesitate to contact us.