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YOUNG AND RELEVANT (MENTORING SESSION)


Program Provider: Birthplace Mentoring School (BPMS)
Mentor: Anne Atulaegwu
Delivery Channel: Online Interaction
Date: March 27th-28th 2018
Duration: 2 days
Investment: Quality time


OVERVIEW

Over the course of 4 modules spanning two (2) days, youths of all levels just like you, will learn about the governing influence and authority over territories, business systems and industries. 

This course is aimed at those who wish to retain eternal relevance while making puissant impart on earth through businesses, non-governmental organizations and other for profit organizations.

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OBJECTIVE

At the end of this course, you would
1. Gain clear vision for your life and business.
2. Be equiped to manifest territorrial dominion/influence
3. Be empowered to decipher and overturn systems in operation at marketplaces.
4. Be enabled to thrive in given industries.


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HIGHLIGHTS

· Four (4) precise modules
·Course suitable for all levels: beginners, intermediate and advanced learners
·Fully interactive Q&A sessions
·Full support provided throughout and upon completion
· One to One Evaluation and Development Strategy on your purpose

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PROGRAM MODULES

 Module 1: The Vision Test
 Module 2: Understanding Territorial Operations
 Module 3: Identifying Systems
 Module 4: Unlocking Industrial grids


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  1. Hello I'm aimed to retain eternal relevance while making puissant impart on earth through I am interested in this course, can I receive the assignment online or how homework will be done ?

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