Innovation Academy is a social enterprise aimed at developing business, information and communication technology (ICT), vocational, leadership and soft skills in children to become innovators, entrepreneurs and equip them with relevant skills for the emerging market place. We believe that before students graduate from high schools, they should already acquire marketable skills and be clear […]
Our programmes are tailored towards raising innovators who will solve societal problems. We develop skills that are practical and relevant to current and future workplace. They are delivered using innovative pedagogical methods while leveraging on modern information and communication technology (ICT).
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We are very satisfied with the camp and if the children keep practicing what they have learnt, they will continue to improve in those areas and succeed in many aspects of life as they grow.
It’s a very rich program with good quality facilitators and Guest Speakers.
It has made him a very good child with newly added talents.
There were many ‘firsts’ for our children here – first time writing a business plan, first time baking cake, first time designing a bank logo. Thank you Innovation Academy. We are truly grateful.
Thank you very much for this initiative.
The program positively engaged our child for the period and we will definitely sign up again if the program is done again. Thank you for the cash gift award too.
Mrs. Doyin Dada
Thanks so much Dr Titus.
We appreciate you and your team for the excellent job.God bless you.
I want to start by thanking you for a very well-organized camp. My family also received the news of our children’s awards with so much joy and gladness. Once again, thank you so much for all the effort and the work that went into making the camp a huge success. The children learnt a lot.
God bless you!!!
Mrs. Pearl Eneh
The program was awesome; she was engaged with things like preparing a business plan which most university graduates cannot do. I saw her preparing her presentation to the panelist. She had baking and craft, she took coding class too. At the end of the program they had to do presentations on all they had learnt from the camp. She first won a whole cake brought to her on the mainland, then she did presentation on music( violin was her instrument). She made quality friends from the camp as well. Dr Udom ( the organiser) did a great job with the guest speakers in the program.