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The Provost, Dr Ayodele Adetayo Ajayi speaking through the Deputy Provost, Dr (Mrs) B.A Adeniji at the opening ceremony of the 24th edition of the Computer Proficiency Training Programme on Monday, 25th January 2016 organised by the Centre for Continuing Education and Consultancy (CECECO) has declared that Federal College of Education, Abeokuta is ahead of all Colleges of Education in Nigeria.
The College Management has on Wednesday 21st October, 2015 handed over a-18 seater brand new Toyota Hiace bus each to three Staff Unions in the College: COEASU, SSUCOEN and NASU.
Handing over the buses in front of the new administrative complex, the Provost reiterated Management’s commitment to staff welfare. He said the gesture would further enhance the existing cordial relationship between the College Management and the Staff Unions.
The National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) has on Friday 16th October, 2015 organised one day capacity training on Electronic Teaching and Learning Platform for Academic Staff of the South West Colleges of Education in Nigeria.
The College Management is proposing to have a health and safety programme to create necessary awareness. This plan was revealed by the Provost, Dr. A. A. Ajayi at the emergency prayer meeting organised by the Anti-cultism and Religious Matter Committee held on Tuesday, 29th September, 2015 at the Chapel of Peace where prayers were offered for Management members, Staff, Students and the entire College Community.
Professor Ayo Hammed of the Department of Guidance and Human Development, University of Ibadan has urged Academic staff and students of the College to manage activities, happenings and situations acting as stressors in their daily lives.
Speaking at a seminar titled ‘Stress, Stressor and the Stressed: Indicators and Management among Academic staff’ organised by the school of Education on Thursday, 8th October, 2015 at the School of Education Hall, the Don identified stressors among Academic staff to include; work load, Information Communication Technology challenge, large classes, extra work at home and lack of personnel support.