The Lagos State Government has started a three-day training program for more than 100 legal officials in the state’s public sector who are in Grade Level 13 and above.
The training was organized by the state government’s learning and development program with the goal of improving the officers’ skills in governance and law.
According to a statement by the Ministry of Establishments and Training, the training themed ‘Enhancement of legal and governance skills for lawyers of the Lagos State Ministry of Justice’ which began on Tuesday, July 18, will run till July 20.
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Establishments and Training, Olawale Musa, who spoke at the venue of the training in Ikeja, urged the participants to incorporate what they learn from the training.
He said that the information learned during the training should not be disregarded because it would be beneficial to them in the future.
The Ministry of Establishments and Training was commended by Titilayo Shitta-Bey-Jeje, the Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary of the Lagos State Ministry of Justice, for organizing the training.
Over 100 state public service officers received a recent two-day training from the ministry on data protection and information technology capabilities.
“Every training programme presents opportunities for participants to learn and take away something new,” he said.