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Absen makes ACE engineers in Kenya

Absen makes ACE engineers in Kenya

Absen makes ACE engineers in Kenya


Absen recently held ACE (Absen Certified Engineers) training programmes for the first time in Nairobi since 2015, attracting engineers from across East Africa including Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Ethiopia.

‘Each time we hold an ACE programme, the training applications come flooding in,’ commented Jessica Xiao, Absen sales director for the African market. ‘However, full consideration is taken before holding an ACE event to ensure high-quality training is given and the attendees can really learn what they need for their daily work.’

‘We’re so impressed and inspired by the enthusiasm the engineers have shown in this three-day training,’ added Ted Peng, Absen sales manager for East Africa. ‘They listened carefully in the class and took active parts in the hands-on operation.’

The manufacturer has enjoyed great success in the African market which it credits in no small part to the extensive training sessions it offers. Currently, Absen has over 70 trained ACEs in Africa. During the sessions, the team divided all the teaching staff into small teams and prepared demos for each group. Only the participants who passed the written and hands-on exams were recognised as Absen Certified Engineers (ACEs).

‘I can’t extoll enough how professional the training was and of course the training personnel,’ commented Van Daele Eric, an experienced engineer from Rwanda. ‘Absen were excellent and were able to answer all questions asked of them. The ability to pass on their experience could not be faulted.’

Paul Mutunga, a technician from Kenya, returned to the ACE sessions for an update having also attended back in 2015. ‘Working in this fast-paced changing industry, updating your knowledge of LED display products is necessary for everyone involved in AV. Absen’s ACE training is the perfect chance to equip myself with the latest expertise. I attended it four years ago, but I still learned a lot this time.’

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