Although I personally will continue using NAUI as my vessel of conveying education to my students, being an NAUI Representative for North Africa in these times of uncertainty worldwide and in the area, a major inflation, and an impoverished market; was just not sustainable.
Both NAUI and I agree on 1 fact: representing a now unknown brand in the area needs capital investment with no good chance for ROI, and without strong support - no Win Win.
With imports stalled since more than 1/2 year... what's the point? Memberships have increased 3 fold since the devaluation of the pound...
I apologize to the people we are letting down, and who would have gladly seen NAUI gain a foothold again in the Area, what can say: It is up to you to take the step ladies and gentlemen. It is you who teach, it is your decision what you decide to teach and the level of quality you disseminate.
I will most probably organize a NAUI training in collaboration with my esteemed NAUI mentor Nick den Toom, more on this in a few weeks.
As simply as I can put it:
"No one is interested in quality education, it's all about the pricing and the quick delivery... Therefore I leave the playground of education to these commercial companies out there; who are willingly fighting it out for supremacy in The Red Sea. I'll wait it out and when I see one quality contender left... who knows.
My commitment to bringing quality education in whatever concepts I do will include NAUI among other quality training organizations, but most importantly will be based on experienced, passionate, quality driven teachers." H.Hemmerechts
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