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Intensive Course Delivery in Namibia

Andy Johnson, Ms Erikah Shafudah, Shane Davie

Andy Johnson, Ms Erikah Shafudah, Shane Davie

Namibian Students enrolled in CCES courses, with Shane Davie (back), and Maggie Nagolo (centre)

Namibian Students enrolled in CCES courses, with Shane Davie (back), and Maggie Nagolo (centre)

Shane Davie, Maggie Nangolo, Andy Johnson

Shane Davie, Maggie Nangolo, Andy Johnson

Two of our Senior Lecturers, Shane Davie and Andy Johnson (pictured above with Ms Erikah Shafudah, the Namibian Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance and 2013 Business Woman of the Year) have recently spent time in Windhoek, Namibia, delivering intensive face to face sessions for the large cohort of Namibian Customs Officers enrolled in our online courses theBachelor of Border Management and the  Graduate Certificate in Customs Administration.

The intensive sessions were arranged by the Commissioner of Namibian Customs, Mr Bevan Simataa and organized by recent MICLA graduate Ms Magdalena Nangolo.  Maggie sends her best wishes to all her friends in the CCES alumni.

CCES is a world leader in education and training for Customs and Border Management. We understand that there is strong need and demand for quality education in the customs and border management arena. CCES provides a high quality and vast range of practical, academically sound products and services in the field. The courses are continually updated through our ongoing research activities to reflect contemporary and emerging issues.

Session 2 commences on 14th July 2014, with applications now open to secure your place and be among the first in the world to complete these unique degrees.

If you have potential students within your administration who would like to enroll in our courses, then contact us today to discuss how we can help you achieve this.

E:customs@csu.edu.au

P: +61 2 6272 6300