PECB signs a partnership agreement with AFRALTI
(18th of August, 2020) – PECB, a global provider of professional ISO standards trainings and certifications, signed a partnership agreement with AFRALTI to expand its presence in the Kenya market. Based on the agreement, AFRALTI will begin to provide services related to ISO standards.
“This partnership addresses a specific market need. Organizations are looking to simplify integration, and I believe that together with AFRALTI this can be more easily managed,” said Eric Lachapelle, CEO of PECB. “This partnership brings customers an independent open plan, so they can retain tractability in their long-term training decisions. Therefore, I believe that with the right combination of techniques and services, together we will succeed,” concluded Lachapelle.
William Baraza, Director, AFRALTI
Since inception, AFRALTI has capitalized on building partnerships in an effort to increase the training services to organizations and communities. AFRALTI has a role of ICT Capacity Building in Africa in various disciplines. With the newly acquired partnership with PECB, clients will choose from an array of courses being offered and they will in turn bring positive changes to their communities. AFRALTI, with its African footprint will ensure that the courses are adopted beyond the Kenyan borders. The quick win will be to start marketing the following courses: Continuity, Resilience and Recovery; Governance Risk and Compliance; Privacy and Data Protection; Health and Safety and Sustainability.
PECB is a certification body for persons, management systems, and products on a wide range of international standards. As a global provider of training, examination, audit, and certification services, PECB offers its expertise on multiple fields, including but not limited to Information Security, IT, Business Continuity, Service Management, Quality Management Systems, Risk & Management, Health, Safety, and Environment.
We help professionals and organizations show commitment and competence with internationally recognized standards through education and certiﬁcation against rigorous, internationally recognized requirements. Our mission is to provide our clients with comprehensive services that inspire trust, continual improvement, recognition, and benefit the society as a whole. For more detailed information regarding PECB principal objectives and activities, visit www.pecb.com
The African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute (AFRALTI) is an inter-governmental Institute established in 1991 to supplement and spearhead ICT development efforts mainly in English-speaking Africa. AFRALTI has an African footprint in the continent. AFRALTI offers training in the fields of Telecommunications Engineering, Information Technology, Management, Policy and Regulation Training. Our mission is to provide quality training, consultancy and advisory services to the ICT Sector in Africa.