503 Ogun Principals Trained On Strategic Communication, more

THE Ogun State Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) has trained 503 principals across the four divisions of the State for better management and quality delivery of an impactive education system in the public secondary schools.

 

The Chairman, TESCOM, Evangelist Olalekan Ifede declaring open the training tagged” Up skilling: Critical Measures in Critical Times” in Abeokuta said the training was put together for all principals in Remo, Ijebu, Yewa, and Egba Divisions on strategic measures to make school environments conducive for teachers and students while carrying out their roles.

 

He said the training was necessitated putting into consideration the rate at which parents and students beat up teachers in the school premises, adding that in the present time school administrators need to know ways of communicating with the students strategically, without stress, and leadership styles needed to acquire for better management of secondary schools.

503 Ogun Principals Trained On Strategic Communication, more
503 Ogun Principals Trained On Strategic Communication, more

Also speaking, the Chairman Training Committee, who also double as Commissioner III in the Commission, Hon. Olanrenwaju Majekodunmi attributed lack of home training on the part of the students to their unruly behavior, saying the training would re-engineer and put to shape the communication skill between the school administrators and the students.



Majekodunmi commended the present administration for approving the training, expressing hope that training for vice principals, teaching, and non-teaching staff across the State would also get the approval of the Governor.

 

In their presentations, the facilitators, Bishop Olufemi Jesunaike, Dr. Solomon Sokunbi, and Dr. (Mrs.) Toyin Makinde informed Principals to leave legacies worthy of emulation for their subordinates and consistently monitor their health, in order to achieve optimal goals in their careers.

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The facilitators emphasised the need to deploy subtle strategies in handling staff under their purviews, as it would foster accelerated success in their various assignments.

 

Speaking, President, All Nigeria Confederation of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS), Ogun State Chapter, Dr. (Mrs.) Ayodele Womiloju said the training was apt, considering the rate at which students are putting up intolerable behavior.

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