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Funda Wazi Foundation, a non-governmental organisation spearheading the welfare of children, will on Friday, March 10 host the maiden edition of Teachers Exploring through Mentorship (T.E.M).
The mentoring programme, which is aimed at supporting and guiding teachers, school owners and care givers in their career, enhancing teaching practice and student learning; finance and other professional goals, as well as creating a plan towards achieving them will hold at the Multipurpose Hall, The Fountain of Life Church, 12 Industrial Estate Road, Ilupeju Lagos. Time is 10.00 am.
The co-coordinator the mentoring programme, Mrs Abisola Soneye, said it is borne out of the passion to restore mentorship, which is a missing puzzle, in the teaching profession in schools. She noted that the programme would be an important mechanism for teachers to build a high-performing and competent career which will guarantee the longevity of schools.
The event, she said, will also provide career development opportunities as well as in capacity building and the ability to further duplicate the mentorship attitude in their profession and way of life generally.
Professionals from leading sectors and educational institutions will be handling the programme. They include: Mrs Nomthi Odukoya, (Founder, Funda Wazi Foundation, educationist, life coach and writer); Mrs Lai Koiki (Executive Director Greensprings School Lagos, Nigeria); Mrs Olufunto Igun (Chief Executive Officer, Corona Schools Trust Council); Mr Olakunle Soriyan (Principal Transformation Strategist, Kunle Soriyan and Co); Mr Muktar Mohammed (Financial Analyst/Stock Broker); and Barrister Taiwo Akinlanmi (Principal, Taiwo Akinlanmi Academy)