The Institute of Certified Communicators (ICCOM) has held its second accreditation and re-accreditation programme at the company’s taining center on Tuesday, 23rd April, 2019. The sessions which ended on a splendid note had representatives from eleven different schools in the Lagos and Ogun State axis.
The programme kickstarted with welcoming of participants and preview of the programme by Mr. Chris Nkwocha.
This was followed by splitting the class into two – the accreditation class, and the re-accreditation class.
Thereafter, the Speak-Right Team took turns in furnishing speech coordinators with knowledge on how to champion and promote the speak-right culture in their various schools.
Participants were also trained on how to produce and edit deluxe videos.
Speech coordinators who were outstanding in discharging their duties last term were recognized and presented with gift – packaged and cash gift.
Speech coordinators rewarded for outstanding performance are as follow:
- Mr. Sunday Visou Abiodun from County Crest Schools.
- Mrs. Allison Adejumoke Oyetola from Tee-Tops Schools, Magodo.
- Mrs. Nwaomonoh Nkeiruka Rosemary from Mayors International School, Ikeja.
Mrs. Nwaomonoh’s gift was presented in absentia.
The programme climaxed with the accreditation test and issuing of accreditation certificates to all participants.
Participants who represented various schools facilitated by ICCOM reacted positively to the programme content and facilitation.
Blessing Maxwell Daniel(Mrs) from Agape Bundles Montessori School surmised that “The training was enlightening, it gave directives and guidelines on how to combine my primary assignment with coordination effectively to achieve my school’s vision on diction”.
Similarly, Mr. Sunday Visou Abiodun from County Crest School stated that “The training session was refreshing and inspiring. The delivery was on point. I want to sincerely on behalf of my school, appreciate Speech House for the award received today, and for their tenacity in giving the best in the area of diction”.
Also, Mrs. Oladiran Charity from Duke Hall Schools stated that “The training was a fantastic one, really soul lifting, encouraging and motivating. I hope to carry out all of these instruction and come up with greater presentations from pupils and teachers”.
Olusanya Nneka Gloria from Doremma Schools “observed that the training has taken a new look and advancing for the best. The training has really impacted on me and the facilitators tried very well.”
Amozie Ehimare from Agape Bundle Schools – “I observed today’s training was more interesting and informative than the previous class. It was an interactive class loaded with new ideas”.
Oyewusi Esther Damilola from Agape Bundles Montessori School – “Teachers/coordimators are being motivated to speak right and produce learners that will speak right always. Thanks for the hospitality and the motivation to ensure we speak right. Also I learnt that setting a goal is not as important as achieving it”.
Mrs. Osawe Roseline from Duke Hall Schools – “I observed that the lessons were more precise and very understandable to me. I appreciate the fact that we were given an app to help enhance our videos”.
Anosike Prince Ifeanyi from Vienna Brown School – “The facilitators were friendly and down to earth. You are doing a great job”.
Seyingbo Wuraola Titilola from Mind Moulders Int’l Montessori School – “The training helps me to evaluate and compare my performance with others. I learnt how to overcome the challenges I had during the previous term”.
Mrs Allison Adejumoke Oyetola from Tee-Tops Schools – ” The training is very educative and interesting. Keep up the good work as the organization improves on her services for better achievement of set goals”.
These and many more reactions not featured here, provide insight on how the programme impacted on the participants.
Participants are now well furnished to champion and promote the speak-right culture in their various schools come next term.