Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in partnership with the Federal Capital Territory Administration and Universal Basic Education Commission has concluded the 4th local training on ICT-based Model education for 150 FCT and 78 Nigeria- korea Model school teachers in Abuja.
KOICA in a statement issued and made available to LEADERSHIP stated that the training which started January 19, was organised as part of the USD 15 Million “Project for the Establishment of the Model Schools for Primary and Junior Secondary Education in Abuja, that started in 2013.
According to the statement, “the overarching objective of the training program is to improve the overall capacity of teachers in the education environment of public primary and junior secondary schools in Nigeria through the use of appropriate ICT systems.
“Approximately, a total of 400 participants have previously participated in the 1st to 3rd training program, bringing the total participants to 628.”
The closing ceremony was attended by the FCT secretary for education, Sen. Isa Maina; Chargé d’ affaires of the embassy of the Republic of Korea, Song Yong-Min, country director KOICA Office in Nigeria, Sook Hyun Park, and other Korean professors and Nigerian delegates.
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