School of Eloquence , Nigeria’s leading public speaking training organization is set to host its maiden alumni dinner.
The dinner is organized for its ex-students and will hold on 29th of October, 2023 at Rockview Hotel, FCT.
This was disclosed by the Registrar, School of Eloquence, Patience Essien in a press statement.
Patience explained that the occasion will create an opportunity for networking and development of participants communication skill.
“The dinner will feature interactions and speaking sessions for all attendees and it will be an opportunity for alumnus to network.It also holds the prospect for further communication skill development”.
“The institution boasts an alumni network of reputable individuals who have used the training garnered to boost their careers and private and public service positions”.
She further revealed that the Dean of the school, Ubong Essien has assured participants and guests of a rewarding meeting and it will be a moment of induction of members into the Eloquence Club.
” The occasion will also be used to formally induct members into the Eloquence Club, Nigeria’s premier indigenous public speaking support and learning community, where members will meet monthly to continue to hone their speaking skills and enhance confidence for application in their various real-life and work situations”.
“It is open to individuals and professionals from all walks of life: business, politics, education, entertainment , ecumenical, political, and royal classes.The Eloquence Club aims to engender knowledge sharing amongst its members in a supportive and sociable environment”.
The Registrar added that the institution has progressed since it started and has birthed Professionals.
“Membership of the school of Eloquence has grown rapidly since its inception in June 2006 by West Africa’s first Certified Speaking Professional, Ubong Essien, cutting across various strata of society drawn from the public and private sectors”.
“Aside from the conventional classes, the school runs bespoke training sessions tailored toward students’ individual needs” she said.