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Australia’s IIBT to use Sri Lanka as base for South Asia

IIBT (International Institute of Business and Technology), said to be one of Australia’s leading educational service providers , is further extending the 11-year agreement it has had with their Sri Lankan Representative MTI and Hilmy Cader, by using Sri Lanka as the launch pad for some new services in regional markets.

Speaking at the launch of this initiative, Perth-based Chairman of IIBT Dr. Glenn Watkins said, “Hilmy Cader through MTI has been our representative for both Sri Lanka and the Gulf and it has been a very successful relationship. Therefore, we are now delighted to explore some of our new educational services in the emerging regional markets like Maldives, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Laos, Cambodia and Mauritius – all using Sri Lanka as the base,”

An MTI statement said IIBT’s focus is on encouraging students and executives to explore, expand and enjoy their competency development process. As a Registered Training Organization (RTO) in Australia , IIBT offers you quality assured and nationally recognized training.

“We embrace a flexible, interactive approach to learning to assist our students reach their educational goals in the pursuit of a rewarding career. We are extremely proud of our reputation for student satisfaction and teaching excellence,” said Dr. Watkins.

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