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Monday, 21 June 2021

UBEC/SUBEB commence Early Care Childhood Development Education For Teachers/Care Givers Across The State of Osun

 



By Sofiu Abdulganiyu (PRO, SUBEB)


As part of the efforts of the present administration in the state of Osun aimed at providing solid Educational foundation for school children , the state government has approved a Five-Day training Workshop for about  four hundred teachers/ Care Givers in   the state of Osun.


The training program which has commenced in earnest  is  taking place  concurrently in Iwo, Ilesa, Ifelodun  and  Osogbo, the state capital.



Organized by the  Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) in conjunction with the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), it is aimed at achieving a life long learning and full developmental potentials for young children at their tender age.


The Executive Chairman, Osun State Universal Basic Education Board, Hon Israel Ajibola Famurewa  in his opening remarks at  the opening ceremony said the whole essence of the  training is to inculcate and create a friendly environment  for children so that they will later become responsible future leaders.


According Hon. Famurewa, Governor Adegboyega Oyetola is committed to ensuring qualitative education and conducive learning environment for the children.


The  SUBEB boss therefore  enjoined the participants particularly the Caregivers at the training workshop to gear up by  working hard and be ready to transfer the knowledge acquired during the training program to the pre- primary school children kept  under their custody. 



Earlier in his welcome address, the Executive Secretary, SUBEB, Mr.Adeoye Bakare, eulogized the present administration under the leadership of governor Adegboyega Oyetola and UBEC for the various training workshops. 


Mr Adeoye who implored the participants  to make proper use of the knowledge acquired during the  training, also reiterated the resolve of the Oyetola Administration not to leave any stone unturned in giving the best of education to children in the state .


In his remarks, one of the resource persons, Dr. Joshua Adeleke of the  Institute of Education, University of Ibadan thanked the organizers of the workshop for the timeliness of the training workshops.




Dr Adeleke further  acknowledged that it  is one of the  modern methods  of impacting knowledge into the pre primary school children.


While also lauding the Administration of Mr Adegboyega Oyetola, the University lecturer  did not fail to emphasise that the program is very germane at this crucial time as he pointed  out that the Early Care Childhood Development Education  (E.C.C.D.E) Program will help the children to develop strong mental capacity at a very tender  age through viable teaching and learning activities  embedded  in the program. 


The workshop continues tomorrow in the four centres of Iwo, Ilesha, Ikirun, and Osogbo.

 

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