Lagos govt plans online learning for workers

The Lagos State Government has disclosed its plan to create online content to provide home-grown learning and assessments for public servants and other public service stakeholders.

According to a statement on Tuesday, the state Commissioner for Establishments, Training and Pensions, Mrs Jibola Ponnle, made this known during her first working visit to Public Service Staff Development Centre in Magodo.

Ponnle said, “The PSSDC learning management portal, EkoLearn would soon come up with created and curated content to provide home-grown learning to public servants and other public service stakeholders even as the proposed Computer-Based Test centre would come on-stream to facilitate the conduct of online assessments for the civil service and private organisations towards generating additional income for the centre and the state government.

The present administration is already working towards the modernisation of the centre including the relocation of the Law Enforcement Training Institute to a location more suited for the Institute’s paramilitary operations, the creation of a better ambience, and renovation of the centre’s physical and technical infrastructure.”

The commissioner also noted that the state government has announced the appointment of the Director-General of PSSDC, Mr Adekunmilola Adio-Moses, and urged the staff members to work towards the attainment of the centre’s set goals and objectives.

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