UCA SPCE holds its Open Doors Day at new premises in Taldykorgan
17 May 2012, Tekeli, Kazakhstan - The University of Central Asia (UCA), School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE) held its Open Doors Day at its Learning Centre in its new premises at Kabanbay Batyr Street, Taldykorgan from 17 to 19 May 2012.
The event held to celebrate the opening of its new building is targeted to a broad audience, including teachers, high school and university students, entrepreneurs, finance professionals, economists and private- and public-sector accountants.
“This Open Doors Day provides an exciting offering of seminars, demonstration and master classes designed to allow potential students to experience SPCE teaching methodology and participate first hand in our classrooms. This public event is particularly significant as it will be the first for SPCE’s Learning Centre Taldykorgan in its new premises at Kabanbay Batyr Street,” said Indira Aitbay, Manager Academic Affairs of UCA’s School of Professional and Continuing Education.
The three-day event includes free master classes from leading experts in entrepreneurship, finance, economy and management. Highlights include a seminar on Investment Analysis for Finance Professionals
by Gulnara Djunushalieva, Director SPCE and other topics such as Kazakh taxes and law, and government supported entrepreneurship programmes. There will also be demo classes in International Computer Driving License
(ICDL), English for Academic Purposes
, Business English
and Conversational Kazakh and Russian
. Full details of the programme are available at: www.ucentralasia.org
. To sign-up for the classes, please call: +7 (7282) 27 02 82 or email: email@example.com
Since 2006, SPCE has graduated over 7,900 students from Tekeli and Taldykorgan with professional qualifications in accounting, entrepreneurship, tourism development, vocational education, and applied languages that have improved their employment and income generating opportunities. The School is Central Asia’s leading provider of post-secondary, short-cycle education with learning facilities in Tekeli and Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan; Khorog and Dushanbe, Tajikistan; Naryn and Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic; and Faizabad, Afghanistan.