AAP marks 11th anniversary with ‘Together towards Tomorrow’ workshop

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Academy for Administrative Professionals (AAP) will be felicitating its 11th anniversary followed by an award ceremony and seminar workshop on 18 March at The Kingsbury. ‘Together Towards Tomorrow’ will be the platform to explore universally recon unique concepts to meet the organisational demands to transform the employees to be productive. 

The workshop has carefully designed to managers, executives, office managers, co-ordinators, personal/executive assistants and secretaries. With the rich experience AAP anticipates over 100 participants. Registration strictly will be on first come first served basis and registration closing date will be 15 March.

Bradley Emerson founder CEO of The Business Athlete for executive coaching will grace this occasion as the keynote speaker. The eminent panel of resources will comprise Prof. Deepthi Bandara, Director Quality Assurance and Accreditation Council of the University Grant Commission and former Director Staff Training Centre, University of Peradeniya, a renowned brand consultant, Indulekha Nanayakkara, Head of Digital Media at Loops Solutions, Kumar de Silva, corporate etiquette consultant and Dr. Nihal Kulatilake, former Surgeon at University Hospital of Wales UK. They will share the expertise on ‘Together Towards Tomorrow,’ ‘Navigating the Future through Quality, Skills, and Development,’ ‘Brand Me, Higher, Faster and Stronger Cyber Space Norms and Demands,’ ‘Etiquette’ and ‘Prevention of Heart Diseases’ respectively.

AAP Diploma students of 2015 graduation will be the unique feature of the day. Executive Secretary Diploma runs for one year and consist of eight modules. Best Student Award, Innovation Award and Attendance Award are exciting segments of the course.

Successful leaders create a vision in which others can believe. This is to unleash human potential, creativity, innovation and spirits which are essential to make human lives productive, worthwhile and meaningful. AAP has become a revolutionised leader today for imparting knowledge, a means for participation and connectedness, for social cohesion and human dignity. 

“AAP is a happy and strongly linked fraternity comprising administrative professionals who are enjoying an array of exclusive benefits, equality sense of pride and security. The academy undoubtedly has become the base of learning, practical application and knowledge transferring. As such AAP stands high in the world of professionals. We are inseparable and monopolising the workplaces as most of the employers prefer AAP qualifications. ‘Astonishing Past, Accepted Present, Promising Future’ is our revitalised strategy,” said AAP Executive Director Sunethra Jayaratne Nugawela.