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Varsity trains officers for improved service delivery, performance


TechU, Ibadan

To boost their resourcefulness and competence, Technical University (TechU), Ibadan recently held a two-day capacity building workshop for its administrative officers and drivers. While the officers were taken through the fundamentals of speech, memo, minute and report writing, the drivers went through training sessions that would enhance their service delivery.

The vice chancellor, Prof Ayobami Salami reminded the officers an institution is as strong as its staff”. He also stressed the need for dedication to duty on the part of the administrators.

He described administrative officers as the fulcrum of the effective machinery that management has envisioned for the university.


“Being the custodians of regulations, they are expected to be familiar with the laws and statutes of the university. You are the ones that people after you will look up to.

Effective discharge of your duties and improvement are therefore necessary”, Salami said.

While speaking on the need for the workshop, the Chief Consultant of the Haven Lift Global Consult, Mr. Ayo Ogunruku noted that “once a person is unable to do what he is employed to do, he is not worthy of being there”.

He disclosed that the workshop was organised to address the challenges in the work of university administrators.

Mr. Ogunruku also noted that for a young university like Tech-U, once the right foundation is laid, the future generation would get it right.

He went on to state that participants would be able to demonstrate better communication skill and prevent errors in written expression in English Language.

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