Leap Driving Academy’s commitment to promoting driving standards is demonstrated by its recent corporate membership admission into both the Nigeria Institute of Training and Development (NITAD) and the Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) on June 15, 2023.

In a release, the institute explained that the strategic decision to align with NITAD and NACC underscored its unwavering commitment to raising driver standards and promoting road safety in Nigeria.

“By partnering with these reputable institutions, the academy aims to further enhance its offerings, expand its reach, and make a significant impact on Nigeria’s driving landscape.

“As a corporate member of NITAD, Leap Driving Academy gains access to a vast network of industry professionals, training resources, and expertise. This affiliation will foster collaboration with fellow members and enable the academy to stay at the forefront of driver education trends and best practices. By actively participating in NITAD initiatives, Leap Driving Academy will contribute to the continuous improvement of training methodologies, ensuring that drivers in Nigeria receive the highest quality instruction,” it stated.

According to the academy, joining NACC grants it access to a robust network of local and international businesses.

“This membership will facilitate valuable partnerships, knowledge sharing, and potential collaborations that can further advance the academy’s mission of promoting safety on the go. By engaging with the NACC, Leap Driving Academy aims to leverage its resources and expertise to create meaningful connections that drive innovation and progress in the transportation sector,” the statement also read.

The CEO of Leap Driving Academy (USA & Nigeria), Mr Ojo Balogun, expressed his excitement about those new partnerships, stating, “We are thrilled to become members of the Nigeria Institute of Training and Development and the Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce. These affiliations symbolise our unwavering dedication to improving driver skills and road safety in Nigeria, even as we have done in the United States for some time now.

“By collaborating with industry experts and leveraging business networks, we are confident that Leap Driving Academy will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping a safer and more responsible driving culture.”

 He asserted that Leap Driving Academy remained committed to its goal of making drivers better in Nigeria.

“Through ongoing training programmes, innovative teaching methods, and partnerships with leading organisations, the academy strives to empower drivers with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to navigate Nigerian roads safely,” Balogun added.

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