The Director, External Affairs and Sustainability of Seplat Petroleum Development Company PLC joint venture Teachers Empowerment Programme(STEP) has revealed that about 206 stand a chance of benefiting from the ongoing STEP programme.
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In her words:
“The workshop was designed to empower teachers to enable them get access to the Seplat Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics app. The workshop was centred on leadership development training, as well as entrepreneur. Education has gone beyond just sitting in the class and giving concepts. The teachers will now apply learning and demonstration, and that is why STEM training is very critical in nation-building.