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World Didac Asia 2018 - Thailand

NISAI, an NOCN partner working overseas recently took part in the World Didac 2018 exhibition in Bangkok, Thailand.

The event provides a platform for world-class resources, focusing on the latest technologies, partnerships, unconventional best practices and policy sharing and offers a gateway to the education market to the 10 ASEAN countries.

The event took place over three days and attracted over 1,000 delegates. The NISAI/NOCN exhibition stand was very busy throughout and attracted many delegates, expressing an interest in NOCN qualifications including; Productivity, English Languages courses (NOCN ESOL International) qualifications and online learning options.

Professor Daniel Khan OBE who represented NOCN at World Didac Asia 2018, greeted Dr Teerakiat Jareonsettasin, the Minister of Education for Thailand and a delegation from Thailand’s Education Reform Committee who came to the stand. The Minister expressed great interest in the UK’s vocational qualifications as Thailand expands its country’s skills base to meet the global challenges through international standards and skills requirements.

Speaking about the event NOCN Group Managing Director, Graham Hasting-Evans said: “We have a strong partnership with NISAI and we were very pleased to be represented at the World Didac 2018. The event was a huge success and we look forward to helping our partner to develop international skills through the offer of NOCN qualifications”.


Picture shows Professor Daniel Khan and Dhruv Patel, CEO of NISAI and representatives from Amnuay Silpa School based in Bangkok.