The Registrar, Mr. Emmanuel Adeleye, while addressing the participants disclosed that, MAPOLY had invested a lot of money to collaborate with agencies in some training and retraining programmes for members of its staff. He urged them to justify the investment by reflecting on their respective schedule of duties.
Adeleye noted that the recent focus of the management of the institution on Information Technology training for both academic and non-academic staff was aimed at repositioning the polytechnic for future challenges.
While declaring the seminar open, the Acting Rector of the polytechnic, Ayodeji Tella, appreciated TETFUND for its huge investment in educational development in Nigeria. He advised the staff of the institution to take advantage of the training to improve the system.