Edtech startup, Utiva gets accreditation to operate in more than 90 Countries

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Edtech startup, Utiva gets accreditation to operate in more than 90 Countries

Pioneering tech education and talent development company, Utiva has attained a significant milestone by securing an accreditation from the esteemed American Council of Training and Development (ACTD). This accreditation reinforces Utiva’s standing as a premier provider of professional training programs on a global scale in that it will allow it to operate in over 90 countries.

The ACTD accreditation is renowned for its stringent standards, and receiving it signifies that Utiva’s training programs meet the highest benchmarks in the industry. This recognition underscores Utiva’s commitment to excellence in training and development.

This builds on Utiva’s global positioning following its accreditation as an education and learning platform in the United Kingdom in 2022. The UK Educator and Learning Provider listing that it has is the most sought-after government approval department to train and educate talents in the country.

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“We are incredibly proud to receive this prestigious accreditation from ACTD,” said Damilola Daniel, Head of Projects. “At Utiva, we are dedicated to empowering our students with the skills they need to succeed in the technology industry. This accreditation is a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence and will enable us to enhance our training practices further.”

Founded in 2017 by Edtech Entrepreneur, Eyitayo Ogunmola, Utiva is a tech education company that offers training programs to individuals and organizations looking to upskill their talents in the technology industry.

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Eyitayo Ogunmola

With expert instructors, the edtech startup trains tech talents through live virtual classes in courses including Data Analysis, Product Management, Digital Marketing, Artificial Intelligence and UI/UX Design. The startup was one of the recipients of Facebook’s $3m Community Accelerator in 2020.

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With a focus on practical learning and real-world applications, the company is committed to preparing its students for success in the rapidly evolving tech landscape.

The edtech company is known for its innovative approach to tech education, offering courses to individuals from diverse backgrounds across more than 19 countries. With over 70,000 alumni in its network and partnerships with over 300 large corporations and businesses, Utiva has firmly established itself as a leader in tech education and talent development.

Edtech startup, Utiva gets accreditation to operate in more than 90 Countries
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“We believe that this accreditation will not only elevate our training practices but also differentiate us from our competitors and position us as a leader in the industry,” Damilola Daniel added.

Utiva’s mission extends beyond providing top-notch training programs; the company is also focused on expanding its reach and becoming a global leader in the training and talent upskill space.

By leveraging its advanced global network and regional offices worldwide, the edtech comp0any aims to provide quality training and development services to individuals and organizations worldwide.


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