Press Release: MAN, Oron Management Poise on Capacity Building

In readiness to compliment the Federal Government’s rebranding of the nation’s premier maritime training institution, in compliance with world-class standard, the Management of Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron has restated its commitment towards enhanced Staff Capacity Building.

This indication was made known by the Registrar, Mr. Mkpandiok A. Mkpandiok, during the flag-off ceremony of the in-house workshop for Staff recently.

Calling on Staff to utilise the opportunity maximally, so as  not to be found wanting when given any responsibility at any point in time, Mr. Mkpandiok stressed that they could be called upon to represent the Academy anywhere in the world. He called on all participants to take the programme seriously.

He further stated that increased productivity is pertinent if the Academy is  to continue producing qualitative work-force for the Maritime Industry and its allied industries; Staff who will be able to compete with their counterparts the world-over and therefore urged them to be assertive and committed in the discharge of their duties.

The Registrar used the opportunity to intimate Staff of the Management’s decision to conduct promotion interview for those who are due for promotion before the year runs out adding that promotion will be strictly on merit. 

The 2-Day In-house Management Training Workshop for Administrative and Executive Officers was billed to train Staff on the basics of Office Administration featured  lectures on Financial Regulations & Preparation of Salary Increment and Advances which was handled by the Bursar, Mr. F.A. Kayode; The Role of Effective Communication, Public Relations and Interpersonal Skills in Enhancing  Job Performance was handled by the Head of Public Relations, Mr. Siddi E. Mkpandiok; Secondment Leave and Condonation was handled by the Head of Junior Establishment, Mr. Samuel Effiong; Writing of Brief, Internal Memos, Minutes and Records of Meeting by Mr. Ime Morgan, other Resource Persons were Head of Personnel, Mr. Emmanuel Essien and Head of Research and Statistics, Mr. Bassey B. Eyo.