To ensure effective service delivery in the civil service, the Kwara government has restated its commitment to training and retraining of its workers.
The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, Mrs Mariam Garba, said this on Tuesday at a three-day Intensive Training and Workshop organised for French teachers.
According to her, training and retraining of workers were pivotal to the success of the present administration.
Garba was represented at the occasion by the Director of Planning, Research and Statistics in the ministry, Mr AbdulRasaq Alabere.
The permanent secretary said that training, seminars and workshops were essential programmes aimed at reshaping the mental and academic status of workers, especially teachers, who are expected to impart knowledge in children.
According to her, the present administration in the state places high premium on the education sector.
She called on the participants to pay attention to the workshop and display leadership qualities before students, adding that this would lead to better performance of the students.
Garba, who said that the governor had approved and released money for the training of the French teachers, adding that those was an indication that the Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq administration priorities the training and retraining of workers.
The President of All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools in Kwara, Mr Toyin Abdullahi, commended the administration for its commitment to the development of education within 100 days in office.
The workshop was attended by stakeholders in the education sector and French teachers in public and private secondary schools across the state.