Members of the Senate Committee on Public Service Matters paid a visit to the West African Management Development Institutes (WAMDEVIN) on 24th November, 2016. The oversight visit was to monitor the performance of the organisation and to know the challenges currently being faced in the course of the pursuit of its aims. The leader, Senator Emmanuel Pauller of the team in his response at the end of the visit, acknowledged the efforts of WAMDEVIN and offered to assist the Network through [...]
The Regional Director of Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), Dr. (Mrs.) Safo-Duodu and her team visited WAMDEVIN Secretariat when YALI programme was held at the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON), Lagos, Nigeria on March 30, 2017. As part of the discussion between the YALI Regional Director and the Executive Secretary, WAMDEVIN member MDIs would be used as mentors for the YALI graduands- while WAMDEVIN will do a film to document YALI programmes and collaborate with them whenever necessary. These activities would make WAMDEVIN relevant to other [...]
The Executive Secretary of WAMDEVIN attended a summit and the lunching of the Commonwealth Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs West Africa (CAYE-WA) on March 22-24, 2017 with Dr. Ayeola W. A. a staff of the Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON). Prior to this, WAMDEVIN had written and submitted proposal for partnership on Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs Project in the West African sub-region to the Commonwealth Secretariat.
The general objective of the TNA was to investigate the problems associated with the skills gaps prevalent amongst faculty staff of Management Development Institutes (MDIs) in the West African Sub-region. The specific objectives of the study were as follows, to: Ascertain the effect of training needs assessment on faculty staff commitment in West African MDIs; Establish if the ability to facilitate learning is affected by the quality of training design and delivery; Determine the level of commitment of the MDIs to building the capacity of [...]