National Accreditation Council takes Awareness Programme to the City Mall

(NAC, Georgetown, March 12, 2018) The National Accreditation Council-Guyana (NAC) launched its first ‘Quality Assurance Week’ 2018 to highlight the relevance of quality assurance in education and inform the public of its role in protecting the interests of consumers of post-secondary and tertiary education.

Today, Officers and staff of the Council engaged members of the public at the City Mall located on Camp and Regent Streets, Georgetown. Students, shoppers, employees and store owners in the facility, were informed about the services available at the NAC that is responsible for quality assurance at the post-secondary and tertiary levels of education.

The NAC hopes that members of the public take advantage of the services made available by the NAC and use the information decision making about the quality of services available at various educational institutions. NAC hopes that its continued awareness drive will motivate institutions that have not yet been registered, to do so in compliance with the National Accreditation Council Act of 2004.

Quality Assurance Officer-Natasha Persaud sharing information about the NAC a member of the public at the City Mall.

Executive Director-Deborah Jack (yellow shirt) and Ryan Serieux sharing information about the services offered by the NAC.


Students collected information brochures about the NAC to take back to their school.

Accreditation Office Simone Gonsalves speaking with member of the public about the services offered by the NAC.



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