Niger trains education managers, teachers
Ahead of schools resumption, the Niger State Universal Basic Education Board has begun the training of education managers who are expected to replicate the training to 3,219 Head Teachers of Primary Schools in the state.
The move was in preparation for the reopening of schools across the 25 Local Government Areas of the state, according to the News Agency of Nigeria.
The Chairman of the board, Dr Isah Adamu, disclosed this at a conference organised by NSUBEB in Minna on Thursday.
“The board has begun the training of experts in Education Management and Administration in preparation for the resumption and examination of primary six pupils, taking into cognisance the COVID -19 protocols.
“We are training 25 education managers on non-pharmaceutical protocols to enable them to step down the training to various primary schools across the 25 LGAs in the state,” he said.
Adamu added that the objective of the training was to inform the participants on measures to be taken for the safe reopening of schools.