APPROXIMATELY 1,000 students from four polytechnics in Osun State were trained in various technological innovations at an event called “Campus Tech Fest”.
The event held at Igbajo Polytechnic, which was sponsored by the Tioluwalogo Foundation, brought together participants from the host institution, Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, Iresi Polytechnic and Osun State College of Technology, Esa-Oke.
A statement titled “1,000 students trained as youth and community development advocates”, signed by the foundation’s chairman, Tioluwalogo Olakunbi-Black, in Osogbo on Monday, said the two-day event included technical discussions industry experts and digital training. skills, among others.
It further read in several parts: “From website development, graphic design to content creation and editing, students were exposed to the possibilities and opportunities of the technology industry.
“The two-day program of events also included technical talks from industry experts and kicked off with digital skills training.”
Event organizer Tioluwalogo in his remarks emphasized the importance of having digital skills in a rapidly changing world, adding that the journey to a new world of work would require reassessment and reskilling.
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