The British Council under the auspices of its European Union Agents for Citizen-Driven Transformation (EU-ACT) Program trains Youths and Environmental Advocacy Centre (YEAC) members of staff on Human Resource Management alongside other partners in Rivers State. The three days training program held at Novotel Hotel, Port Harcourt as part of the capacity strengthening programme for your organizations in Rivers State from December 8-10. The three days intensive training was facilitated by Folake Okonubi who took participants through several modules as designed for the training. It was interesting, impactful and all inclusive as she never shifted focus on Human Resources with introduction of each module demonstrating expertise in the field.

She started with Human Resources Strategy definition taking special look at both literal and contextual meaning and expanded to Learning and Development, performance management, conflict management, Gender and social inclusion among others. Advocacy centre participated in the training workshop and was represented by Rev. Charlse Asisi a BOT member of Youths and Environmental Advocacy centre (YEAC) and Bere Letam Noble, project officer. About nineteen (19) Civil society organizations (CSOs) participated in the exercise that took place in  in Port Harcourt the Rivers State capital