Seplat energy has trained 214 teachers and six Chief Inspectors of Education in skills and technology across its host Communities in Edo and Delta States.
The intervention is in addition to applications that were designed for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics teachers in the areas, the multinational Company.
Dr. Chioma Nwanchuku, the external affairs and sustainability of the company, said this during “Seplat Education Roundable in Benin City, Edo State.
He said the teachers and Chief inspectors of Education for a period of six months as part of efforts geared towards quality education.
She explained that the application (Seplat Teachers Empowerment Programme) would provide and connect teachers to a collection of academic resources.
According to her, “The training is an annual event which began with a four-day workshop. We offered them (teachers) laptops and data so that they can have access to the platform where they have resources.
“Education plays a significant role in the socio-economic growth and development of a country and therefore a veritable instrument for national development.
“Seplat is very delighted, because education is the bedrock of any society. So, we are committed in our support to achieve quality education”, according to her.
The theme programme was titled: “Harnessing the Role of Technology in Nigeria’s Education Sector”.