Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital City (FCT) is defined by Aso Rock, a 400-metre (1,300 ft) monolith left by water erosion. The pre-eminence of this monolith on the Abuja landscape leaves no one in doubt why Nigeria’s seat of government is named Aso Rock Villa. In addition to Aso Rock Villa, visitors to Abuja can tour other exciting locations like National Assembly, Zuma Rock, Abuja National Mosque, Millennium Park, National Church of Nigeria, Millennium Tower, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, and the Abuja Stadium.
As Nigeria's administrative and political capital, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), is naturally the engine room of training and manpower development policy decision making in Nigeria. It houses the headquarters of most of the major institutions responsible for the formulation and implementation of Nigeria’s training and manpower development agenda. Some the training and manpower development institutions with headquarters in Abuja include the Nigerian Council for Management Development (NCMD) and its operative arm, the Centre for Management Development (CMD), Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Corporate Office, Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON) Corporate Office, etc.
The International Conference Centre in Abuja plays host to various global, African regional and National conferences, expos, and meetings. It has hosted in the past, the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, and the 2014 World Economic Forum (Africa) meetings.
The training seminars listed here, from carefully selected management training firms/providers and consultants in Nigeria and around the world are available in every part of Abuja – Utako, Wuse1, Wuse2, Central Business District (CBD), Asokoro, Garki, Kukwaba, Garki 2 and Three Arms Zone.
As you attend any of these training seminars and workshops taking place in Abuja, do not forget to visit the exciting and interesting places too.