Joining Instructions for the Employability Programme

Programme Start Date for All Students who have registered for the programme: Saturday, July 6, 2019
Programme Days: Saturdays. More than 9 out of every 10 students selected this option. The few students who selected the Sundays or Weekdays option should please join the Saturday class. It is not feasible to run class on those days for only a few people. Call 08023249654 if you need advice on this.
Venue: School of Communication (Faculty Lecture Hall), Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos
Time: 10am- 5pm
Programme Coordinator (LASU): Mr Jacob Adeoye, Dept. of Public Relations & Advertising
Project Director (NIPR): Dr. Peter Ogudoro
Feeding: Food vendors in the neighbourhood of the lecture venue sell food on a cash and carry basis. So you buy the food you can afford and have need for.
Things to Bring: Pen, Notepad and proof of payment.
Dress Code: Smart casual
Use of Phones: Phones can be used during breaks but switched off before joining a class session.
Conduct During Class Sessions: Respect for resource persons and fellow programme participants. You speak in the class only when the session leader has granted you permission. Abuse of a resource person or a fellow programme participant will earn a class member expulsion from the class.
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For Enquiries: Please call 08023249654
For security and efficiency reasons, we do not accept cash payments in our office. Make all payments into First Bank of Nigeria PLC Account No.2000658144 in favour of Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, Lagos State Chapter. You can make payment at any First Bank of Nigeria branch in Nigeria or via a transfer to the bank account stated above. Keep all your payment slips and present them to the programme organizers on your first day of lecture. Call 08023249654 if you have any question. It is important that your name is indicated as the Depositor even when another person makes the payment on your behalf.  Register here

Any Questions? Please call  Client Service on telephone number 08023249654.
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