The meeting aimed to discuss various academic matters, including misconduct training with Hanoi Academy’s academic team, plagiarism, and Harvard referencing training with the L3IFD students. Attended by Mr Simone Sapienza -Vice Principal, Mr Neil Harduth and other key members of the academy.
Antoney, held a closed-door meeting with the academic team at Hanoi Academy to provide them with the necessary skills how to tackle misconduct issues. He also then conducted a plagiarism and Harvard referencing training session with the current batch of L3IFD students. The training aimed to equip students with skills to avoid plagiarism and accurately reference their work.
In addition, Antoney held a meeting with parents and prospective students to introduce the L3IFD programme and answer any questions. The session offered a perfect opportunity for Antoney to interact with interested parties and promote the programme. It was an excellent platform for parents and prospective students to learn more about the programme, ask questions, and seek clarifications.
NCC Education remains committed to providing quality education and training to our clients and partners. The in-person meeting with Hanoi Academy was a significant step towards achieving this goal again after COVID-19. We will continue to explore new ways to provide the best learning experience to all Accredited partners, and we look forward to hosting more face-to-face meetings in the future.