I thrive in an interactive class, and
I make the course come alive.
So apart from the usual Q&A discussions, case study scenarios and brainstorming sessions are vital techniques I have used for effective assimilation and capacity building.
One major problem with the academia today is the continual production of unemployable graduates. This is due to the deficiency of sound trainings on current best practices in the open market.
My objective as a facilitator is to bridge that gap by consistently merging course content with real life scenarios so as to help my students familiarise themselves with the business world even before they step into it.
My career as a facilitator was ignited as an undergraduate in Babcock University.
My skill and passion has helped me see students through, pre-versity, undergraduate and post graduate hurdles.
I am proficient in Micro & Macro Economics, Operations Research, Econometrics, Managerial Economics, Business Organisation and Management Theory.
The diversity of trainings I have received from renowned professors have aided in my mastery of both Descriptive analysis and Quantitative techniques.
I'm currently a senior partner at MKD Institute and a Lectuer at LearnCity.com, facilitating courses in Economics, Business and Management in both institutes; this is augmented by my experience and exposure in the corporate world as the Team Lead at The Project Salt.
To access my CV, find me on LinkedIn
Daniel is someone passionate about what he does, of which teaching and mentoring are some that he really does with joy.
A great guy indeed! A trial will convince you.
Daniel has both the required education and the passion for Economics. It is no wonder that he is eager to pass on all he knows and more to his students. I recommend him if you want to love and enjoy doing Economics.
Daniel has been a brother for more than a decade. He is resourceful, smart, highly willing to impact knowledge and thorough at anything be decides to do.
I have known Daniel for a couple of years now and we have worked together on numerous projects, both within and outside the academia. He uses proactive measures in teaching his students. He has in-depth knowledge of Economics and has the passion to impart positively on students. I strongly recommend him to anyone who may be interested in Economics lessons.
Daniel is smart. He is dedicated to what he believes in and can surely give the excellence you desire
I have known Daniel for about 8 years. He horned his ability to tutor as an undergraduate, tutoring his peers. Besides having a grasp of the subject of economics (with an M.Sc from Uni Ibadan) and having the ability to convey it, his students will find him a great mentor, given his many other qualities/attributes. As the host of PROJECT SALT (on YouTube) - he has given hope to a lot of people who have almost resigned in life.
I recommend him without reservations.
Having grey areas on the subject of Economics? Then Daniel is the tutor to meet. His unique style of teaching will help you gain in depth understanding on conceptual topics. A lesson from him is all you need as a conviction
Daniel is knowledge in all things economics as well as related subjects. He was an exceptional student and tutor to classmates and others in school and with his degree set he would be a gem and an advantage to any student he tutors.
Daniel is a great tutor and is able to explain to his audience in a clear and concise manner. I strongly recommend him.
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