…as SSEB holds A -3 workshop
The Special Assistant to Governor Udom Emmanuel on Education Monitoring Akparawa Udeme Udofia, on behalf of the education monitoring team of the Governor’s office, has advised the newly recruited teachers to give their best in grooming the upcoming generation.
Akparawa Udofia handed this down, during a 3-Day Orientation Workshop organized by the
Management of State Secondary Education Board.
He said the quest by the Akwa Ibom state government to improve teaching and learning at the basic education level necessitated the recruitment and subsequent workshop to strengthen the Education sector for good productivity.
He solicited the support of the freshmen and women in the teaching profession, describing them as critical stakeholders in the state’s education sector, who must reciprocate the rare privileged given to them by the government.
Udofia noted that discipline and commitments by the teachers will help inculcate the right training to help facilitate good learning amongst students.
Addressing participants at the workshop, the Head of Civil Service, Elder Effiong Essien, charged them to grab the opportunity given to them by the government with both hands, as the government expects them to reciprocate the gesture through, hard work, commitment, and diligence in their assigned duties.
“You must imbibe the ethic, culture, and laws of the service, cultivate the habit of diligent and respect for your senior in service, keep your role of engagement with due accountability, transparency, and good conscience.”
” Keep to the public service roles as ignorant will not be an excuse. Government has played her part, it’s left for you to help the government in raising the bar of education.”
On her part, the Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Idongesit Etiebiet, congratulated the new teachers for their successful recruitment into the state public service, charged them to bring their professionalism to bear in the discharge of their duties to help actualize the completion agenda of governor Udom Emmanuel led administration.
Represented by Lady Rose Bassey, Permanent Secretary in the ministry, the Education Boss, said the workshop, is a formal way of welcoming them to the noble profession, commended the board for a successful recruitment process.
In her words, “You have been selected among the few, to represent the government in the role of mentoring young once, do your best to earn the confidence repose on you.”
Earlier in her welcome address, the chairman of the Board, Dr. Ekaette Ebong Okon, hinted that government will not accept any form of indiscipline from the teachers, appealed for them to give their best to the teaming population who expect the best from them. ” I urge you all to seat down and subject yourself and learn the rudiments of the teaching profession.”