Teach House

Training Locations

At Teach House, we internally assess organisations regardless of their location, identify capacity gaps, develop training needs plan and subsequently propose a training programme that will best address gaps already identified during the assessment. Our training programmes are designed using formal and informal approaches to best reflect the interest of our clients. We offer our clients the opportunity to propose training dates, duration and location respectively. In addition, our be-spoke approach allows our clients enjoy our ability to accommodate their preferences when needed.

Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi, Africa’s safari capital, is an energetic, modern city that provides an intriguing introduction to both wildlife and nightlife. The compact city centre is safe to walk through, and taxis provide access to other areas.

London, Britain

London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is a 21st-century city with a history stretching back to Roman times. At its centre stand the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations.

Kigali, Rwanda

Kigali is Rwanda’s capital city, located roughly in the country’s centre. It has a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene and sprawls across numerous hills, ridges, and valleys.

Accra, Ghana

¬†Ghana’s most populous city, which stretches along the Atlantic Ocean, has glittering beaches, monumental buildings, museums, libraries, galleries, traditional markets, and a vibrant nightlife.


Calabar is the capital of Cross Rivers State in the extreme southeastern corner of Nigeria. It is one of the major tourism centers in Nigeria, boasting a rich history, beautiful scenery, and great culture.

Abuja, FCT

Abuja, strategically located at the crossroads of ethnic and religious groups in Nigeria, is home to the country’s Presidential Branch, National Assembly, and Supreme Court. The majestic Aso Rock towers over the city’s central government district.

Uyo, Akwa Ibom

Uyo is the state capital of Akwa Ibom, a major oil producing state of Nigeria. It was created as a province in 1959 by the colonial masters to split the Ibibio tribe into smaller administrative units for effective governance.

Nasarawa State

Nasarawa, also spelled Nassarawa, is a town in Nassarawa state, central Nigeria. It was founded in 1838 by Umaru, a dissident official from Keffi, as the seat of the new emirate of Nassarawa. It is located at the intersection of local roads that lead to Keffi and the Benue River ports of Loko and Umaisha.

Lagos State

Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city, stretches from the Gulf of Guinea inland across Lagos Lagoon. Victoria Island, the city’s financial centre, is known for its beach resorts, boutiques, and nightlife.

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