Ekiti SUBEB Trains Over 2000 Teachers

February 11, 2020

Ekiti State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) has trained over 2000 teachers, Education Officers of the board and staff of the Local Government Education Area since the inception of the present administration.

The chairman (SUBEB) Prof, Francisca Aladejana, who made this assertion while delivering a keynote address at a 2-Day training program for staff of the board said one of the major goals of the administration of Dr. Kayode Fayemi is to ensure that public servants are equipped with the right skills, knowledge, and attitude to accomplish the vision and mission of his administration.

Prof Aladejana noted that the quality of the human capital of an organization is critical to the attainment of the organization’s goals and objectives hence the need for the two-day training program which she further said that would broaden the knowledge of staff, improve their performance and efficiency on the job.

Earlier in his opening remarks, the Permanent Secretary SUBEB, Mr. Olusesan Fabamise expatiated that the board organized the training in order to ensure that workers are properly equipped with the right skills and attitude needed for optimal performance.

He added that the training program is also to update the staff on their schedule of duties and enable them to acquire new skills.

Fabamise, however, admonishes participants to pay attention to the lectures and make good use of the knowledge acquired.

Lectures to be delivered include Finical Administration as Applicable in the Public Service, the Rudiments of the Public Service and Office Practice and Office Procedure among others.

Last modified: February 11, 2020

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