It’s official: the Rome Business School has joined ASFOR, the Italian Association for Management Training. “We are delighted to have become ASFOR members, because it is a confirmation of the Rome Business School’s teaching quality and of its organizational system. It is also an opportunity for further growth and improvement. We are very pleased.” said Antonio Ragusa, the founder of the Rome Business School.
For our institute, this is an important moment, which testifies to our will to forge virtuous links with all the best organizations, schools, and Italian and international institutions operating in the field of management education.
The Italian Association for Management Training was founded in 1971 and, since then, its primary purpose has been to develop the Italian managerial culture and adapt it, by improving it, to the constant global social and economic changes.
ASFOR welcomes all those who are involved in management education with the objectives of enhancing the quality of Italy’s management and entrepreneurial culture (with reference to the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning), promoting opportunities to meet and debate with shareholders, and improve the skills of professional trainers.
Membership of ASFOR means being able to participate in the association’s research projects, attend relevant training courses and seminars, network and create working groups with other members, and participate in events and trade shows.
On the other hand, the Rome Business School, with its modern vision and its international management training, hopes to contribute to ASFOR’s activities and accompany it on the path of continuous improvement of higher education in Italy and in the world.