LANDMARK RECEIVES COMMENDATION FOR EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE

The team leader of the Digital Bridge Institute (DBI), Mrs Oluwatomiwa Fayemi has commended Landmark University’s participants at the 2020 Advanced Digital Awareness Programme for Tertiary Institutions, (ADAPTI) for their representative conduct throughout the week-long training session in the University. The commendation was issued at the closing ceremony of the ADAPTI training in the University on Friday, September 11, 2020. Mrs Fayemi said, “I can confidently tell you that in my years of working with DBI, I have not had an organized session like this. I appreciate you all for conducting yourself in an amazing manner. We came to teach and we met people who are willing to learn.” She appreciated the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Olayanju for leading by example, noting his online presence from time to time in the training.

She went further to encourage the participants on the need for continuous investment in knowledge, noting that education does not end when one is alive. “I want you to know that we are just here to lay a foundation. I can tell you that by tomorrow, another module or version of the tools we learn today is out. That is why you should not relent in your effort to learn. She, therefore, implored them to go through their manuals on a daily basis and practice until they become experts in the usage of the tools. 

Overwhelmed not only by the commendation the University received but also the impressive impact of the training on the University workforce, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olayanju situated the impact of the training in one of the points of the University’s departure philosophy, departing from knowledge to empowerment. He expressed belief that the training had indeed empowered the University not only by populating the number of her SPSS experts in particular thereby enhancing her quality research output but also positioning the University for the realisation of her vision of becoming a world-class University. He, therefore, appreciated the DBI team led by Mrs Fayemi for the passion exerted in the training of Landmark University workforce.

In her remarks, the Registrar, Miss Fola Oyinloye, congratulated the participants on the value adding training they received which will be helpful in the discharge of their duties. She stated that the impact of the training is enormous on the participants, adding that the knowledge acquired would continue to open them to more opportunities even in their future endeavours. She also joined in the appreciation of the NCC and DBI for providing such a mutually beneficial platform to train Landmark University workforce. 

Earlier, it had been a session of appreciation by the Director, Centre for Systems and Information Services, Mr Opeyemi Matiluko who acknowledged God for His grace to start and finish the programme well. He appreciated the DBI team for their time and energy to make lasting impact on the University community. He also appreciated the Chancellor, Dr David Oyedepo for the vision that birth the University which continues to provide the platform for exploits in the education landscape globally. He thanked the University Management for their unwavering support for initiatives from the Centre. While also appreciating all the participants for their cooperation, he admonished them not to relent in their pursuit of excellence, noting that it only takes people that can go extra mile to attain extra length in life.

It is no doubt that the 2020 ADAPTI training was a huge success in Landmark University as participants gave impressive feedbacks. Mrs Ben-Caleb who represented the class of IOPTs said it was an eye-opening training session which unveiled in-depth the tools needed to enhance their performance as administrators in the University. Also, Dr Abiodun Ajala of the SPSS class commended the facilitators for their patience and delight towards ensuring that learning took place. They assured that all they have garnered at the training will be put to use for the advancement of the vision of the University.


 

 
 

 

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