International Group Trains Leaders On Expedition
THE International Award For Young People Nigeria has concluded a training programme for award leaders. Called the Supervisors and Assessors Training (SAT) for Award Leaders, it is aimed at equipping them with requisite knowledge and skills. Held at the National Award Office in Lekki, Lagos, the three-day training had in attendance, award leaders from different states with practical adventurous journey at the Lekki
Conservation Centre. Addressing the participants, Toyin Odu, National Director of International Award for young people Nigeria, said, “it is the first of its kind of training for supervisors. It is designed to give them a broader overview of the adventurous and expedition journey. It also enhances the role of expedition supervisors and assessors to ensure the safety and security of the young people while on an expedition.”
She disclosed, “The International Award for Young People Nigeria is delivered in over 110 institutions and organizations across the country and over 12,000 young people in Nigeria have participated.
Ondo State Governor Chief Rotimi Akeredolu (left); Bayelsa State Deputy Governor, Rear Admiral Gboribiogha; John Jonah and Nasarawa State Governor, Alhaji Tanko Almakura, after a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the State House, Abuja... yesterday PHOTO PHILIP OJISUA