Staff of the Federal Polytechnic Ado – Ekiti have been tasked to embrace the e-learning culture which has been proved as a successful method of training and educating that reflects in the curriculum process.
The Rector, Dr. Dayo Oladebeye said this while playing host to Mr. John Iruaga, the assistant country Director and a volunteer Prof. Otieno Onesimus of the WINROCK International and USAID Farmer-Farmer Organisation on Monday 14th May 2018 at the Polytechnic.
Dr. Oladeyebe noted that it had become imperative for the Polytechnic to concentrate on e-learning System based on formalized teaching with the help of electronic resources aimed at leading to advancement of technology in the Institution.
He assured that the management of the Instituted would entrench the working collaboration with WINROCK International in terms of sharing ideas and helping to provide necessary technical skills to improve the Polytechnic’s Entrepreneurship Centre.
Earlier in his remarks Prof. Onesimus Otieno, the USAID Volunteer trainer from OAKWOOD University Alabama, U.S.A. said that the organisation would continue to collaborate with CEDVS at empowering staff and students of the Polytechnic in order to increase their economic opportunities, stressing that the e-learning concept offers an alternative that is much faster, cheaper and potentially better.
The Director of the Centre Mr. Paul Odigbo thanked the Management for their support and appreciated the USAID team for their selfless service and commitment towards the actualization of achieving their set goals, urging facilitators to give rapt attention during the five day workshop.
Giving the vote of thanks, the Registrar, Mr. Awoniyi represented by the Director, Personnel Management and Services prayed that the presence of the guests will be of great benefit to the Institution, wishing them a successful stay.