As part of its capacity building drive and quality service delivery in the University, the Management of Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun State has organised a 3-Day Workshop for some members of staff of the University.

The Workshop, which has as its theme “Enhancing Service Delivery in University Administration” was held at the University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana and was organised in collaboration with the Development Challenge Resources Organisation.

According to the Registrar of the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana who doubled as the Guest Lecturer, Dr. Cynthia Sena Kpeglo spoke on “The Critical Importance of Capacity Building for University Administrators” .

According to her, capacity building is sine qua non to the development of every society; it helps to execute action plan as well as increasing knowledge. “Capacity building is actually a planned development, systematic and procedure to follow in achieving organisational goals” she added.

Dr. Kpeglo, therefore, urged the Workshop participants to increase their capacity building skills in order to place TASUED on high pedestals.

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Earlier in her opening remarks, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Oluyemisi Obilade enjoined participants to make judicious use of the training programme as this will go a long way in boosting their service delivery as University Administrators. “It is important we further develop ourselves through this training programme because the future of the University rests on our hands” she noted.

Other invited resource persons  at the Workshop include the Co-founder, African Women’s Development Fund, Erelu (Dr.) Bisi Fayemi; CEO, Africa Group Consult and Human Rights Lawyer, Mr. Mawuh Dake and Executive Director, Women’s Initiative for Self-Empowerment (WISE), Ms. Adowoa Bame while Engr. Afolabi Sorinmade, a member of the Governing Council of TASUED, was also in attendance.

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Credit: Bakenne Nuraen

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