Technical Education: Ogun Govt Asks Returnee Principals From Germany To Impart Knowledge - EDU-BIZNEWS


Thursday, August 11, 2022

Technical Education: Ogun Govt Asks Returnee Principals From Germany To Impart Knowledge

Ogun State Government has asked the eight Principals and 11 instructors who recently returned from Germany, to impart knowledge acquired from the tour to their teachers and students in the state's Technical, Vocational and Science Colleges  

The Special Adviser to Governor Dapo Abiodun on Technical and Vocational Education, Prof. Joseph Odemuyiwa who gave the charge while welcoming the State’s contingent in Abeokuta , says the facilitation of the Germany tour for Principals and Instructors by the State Governmen  was to equip them with modern and international skills needed to train students, improve their capacity, as well as expose them to state-of-the-art equipment in the State’s Technical Colleges 

“I congratulate you all on this laudable feat that you have added to your teaching career. This is another testament to Prince Dapo Abiodun–led administration’s commitment to partner with the private sector, towards improving the capacity of its workforce. I appreciate your disposition during the training”, he said.

He lauded the German Agency for International Cooperation under the auspices of GIZ/SKYE and the State government for the tour, promising to sustain the capacities of the technical instructors by linking them with requisite skills, as the government would not relent at changing the phase of technical and vocational education across the State.

Also speaking, Ogun State  Senior Technical Advisor, GIZ/SKYE, Mr. Ibrahem Aliyu applauded the Principals and Instructors for exhibiting good conduct while in Germany, enjoining them to ensure seamless transmission of knowledge gained to students.

 Speaking on behalf of the contingents, Messrs Omotola Samuel and Jaiyeola Akeem, Principal, Government Science, and Technical College Ijebu-Ode and  Instructor, Government Science and Technical Government, Ayetoro, respectively, commended the sponsors, saying their exposure to Didactic and Pedagogy, Change Management, and Dual System of vocational trainings, among others, would benefit the State and the country in their technical and vocational education drive.

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