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60 SON workers get training

60 SON workers get training

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No  fewer than 60 workers of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) are receiving training on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Enugu.

SON Director-General Mr. Osita Aboloma, represented by the Director of Human Resources, Mallam Usman Abdullahi, said the workers were being trained on efficient service delivery.

He noted that the training would make them live above rudimentary mistakes intheir duties.

Aboloma said: “The essence of this training is to improve the capacity of staff to deliver quality services and improve their relationship skills as they discharge their daily duty.

“The training aimed at exploring other avenues to solve issues that concern enforcement of standards without necessarily going to the formal law courts.

“The SON Act as amended had given SON the mandate to prosecute those that go against its mandate.

“However, we feel that there should be other avenues apart from the courts that SON can easily achieve its mandate.

“So, on this premise, SON is partnering with the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators (ICMC) to train some of its staff on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).’’

According to him, the training would be beneficial to the agency’s enforcement and office workers.

Also, a facilitator of the training, Ambassador Victor Ojaide, noted that the workers would get with ADR skills.

Ojaide, who is also the Vice President (Training) of ICMC, said the training would enable workers understand how to settle issues harmoniously.

“The ADR lessons will equip them on how to deal with issues and win trust and public confidence even as they discharge their duties.

“The training will teach better ways of approaching issues and people even as they carry out their official mandates,’’ he said.

 

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