College celebrates teachers with free professional training  

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By Eniola Daniel

14 October 2021   |   1:34 am

In celebration of this year’s world teachers Day, Greensprings Training College (GTC) has announced free and discounted professional training for teachers across the country.

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In celebration of this year’s world teachers Day, Greensprings Training College (GTC) has announced free and discounted professional training for teachers across the country.    

Speaking at a talk show in commemoration of the world teachers’ day, Head, GTC, Mrs. Adebimpe Ajibola, said the college decided to offer free training to help teachers upskill.
 
She said: “As we celebrate this year’s teachers’ day, we thought about a gift we could offer educators across the country and we decided to present them with  series of professional training that will help them better impact their students.

   
The training, according to Ajibola, will be on public speaking, teaching learning strategy and assessment, among others.
 
She said the training will hold on November 13 with facilitators drawn from within and outside the school.
   
“By value, the cost of training is ₦15,000. Five free slots were given to teachers that called into the show, while others will enjoy a discounted training fee of ₦10,000 if they register before October 21. The training promises to be very exciting and beneficial to a discerning teacher,” Ajibola said.
   
GTC offers short and long-term professional education courses, including Thinking School certification, Early Childhood Montessori Diploma and Cambridge International Education for teachers and school leaders.

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