Training Center

We design trainings, conferences and study tours and facilitate virtual workshops.

Since 2015, we support SMEs from around the world to become familiar with the German market to establish business relationships with German companies and to build long-term partnerships. 

Moreover, we have designed and facilitated online and face-to-face training formats (blended learning) for German International Cooperation worldwide.

Among our costumers we count renowned institutions such as the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK), the Leadership Academy of the German Army (Bundeswehr) and the Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ) - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. 


Our training topics include

  • Changemanagement

  • Agile leadership

  • Business Plan Development

  • International Project Management

  • Marketing

As a leading education and training institution we implement the Manager Training Programme "Fit for Partnership with Germany" of BMWK.

We adapt to current trends and challenges.

Since the beginning of 2020, we have specialized in the digitalization of knowledge transfer and the facilitation of remote work. A proven mix of participatory and illustrative methods help us to be more efficient; both analogue and digitally. We help to integrate new digital collaboration tools and virtual rooms in your daily work.

Some proven methods we use are:

  • Design Thinking

  • World Café

  • Future workshop

  • Open Space


In 2017 and 2018 madiba has supported the Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ) in providing trainings on Development Policy – the UN Agenda 2030, its background and implementation.

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The title says it all: The Manager Training Programme makes companies “Fit for Partnership with Germany” with support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

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More work and income in northern Afghanistan was the overall aim of our training on Public Private Dialogue we conducted in 2017 commissioned by the Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ).

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