The Tax Club, University of Ilorin organised a capacity building workshop on the 6th of November at the Faculty of Social Sciences.

The workshop featured a wide range of sessions on learning specific professional skillset such as CV/Cover letter writing, drafting of proper mail applications, and LinkedIn optimization tips.

The first-of-its-kind capacity program was an eventful session where participants had hands-on experience on the nitty-gritty areas of some essential professional skillsets.

Participants, with rapt attention during the practical session.

Interestingly, the workshop was facilitated by the erstwhile president of the club, Mr Musa Kalejaiye who gave a detailed guide on how to navigate the murky waters of the corporate world using a profound understanding of such vital skills central to the ideals of the club.

Mr Kalejaiye Musa, knee-deep in his presentation.

The workshop was inspired by the opportunity to equip participants with critical professional skills enough to make them stand out and employable in the corporate space. Away from the norm, the event was an eye-opener, as it was entirely a practical session where participants, each with their Laptop Computers, gained a sweeping grasp and cues of the soft skill, that they may be better positioned to weather the storm in any professional setting.

The Tax Club President, Abiodun Adekanye expressed his satisfaction and thrill at the success of the workshop and that members were able to gain the requisite ‘value’ promised. He also reiterated the club’s commitment to enhance the knowledge base of its members by organising more impactful programs.

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