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This blog is written whilst Covid-19 was causing unprecedented disruption to face-to-face teaching. Schools, colleges and universities are having to close all over the world, but this shouldn’t stop the learning. Luckily there is a multitude of tools available. Here are some suggestions for teachers.
Success! You have achieved your ABE Diploma. All you need now is your certificate. This is what happens after results have been published.
Feedback from the first-ever ABE Endorsed KidsMBA to be delivered in Rwanda.
The process of applying for jobs can be time-consuming and stressful. Here are our tips to help you make sure your CV (or resume) gets you selected for that all important interview.
The start of a new year is a time for reflection when we consider whether we are on the right path to a productive and fulfilling future.
With this in mind, read on for five favourite New Years’ resolutions for success:
ABE's Chief Executive, Rob May, talks about what led to ABE being involved in this campaign, which focuses on how young businesses can be supported to avoid unnecessary business failure. Based on an independent analysis of 10,500 business owners across 21 countries
You’ve worked hard, you’ve followed our Top Tips for Revision. Now all you’ve got to do is sit your exam. To help you get the grade you deserve, follow these simple steps to exam success.
You have the result you wanted. Now is the time to make sure nothing delays or affects your certificate. Here are a couple of simple checks to en
Whether you are running a business, a department or a project, successfully managing a team of people is a vital component of many managerial roles. Here are some tips to make your team exceptional.
A robust business plan will give your start-up the greatest chance of success. This blog explores the business plan's role and the process of shaping a start-up’s strategy in response to environmental and competitive forces.
A blog from the recent workshop on catalyzing the innovation spirit in Africa, organised by the Commonwealth Secretariat and delivered by ABE's Chief Executive, Rob May, "It's so important that we recognise that young people are Africa’s greatest natural resource."