Towards A Total Graduate (TTG) programme kicks off
The Chancellor, Dr David Oyedepo has inaugurated this year’s Towards A Total Graduate (TTG) programme of the University for the graduating class of 2007. The event took place on Sunday, June 3, 2007 at the University Cafeteria 2.
The TTG programme is a custom built programme of Covenant University aimed at preparing final year students of the University for the world of work. Its goal is to package the students as Total Graduates set for meeting the everyday challenges in the external context of the University where they will be released as Eagles following the Commencement Ceremony.
According to the timetable released by the office of the Vice Chancellor, some of the unique subjects to be thought at this year’s TTG programme include: Faith Dynamics, Mind Dynamics, Warfare Principles, Principles of Integrity, Biographical Studies, Vision Analysis, Christian Work Ethics, Principles of Total Health, Prayer That Works, Marriage Covenant, Plan Purpose and Pursuit, The World of Work, Effective Communication, Life Long Learning, Pan-Africanism, Conflict Management, Principles of Opportunities, Power and Influence and Principles of Sacrifice. Other are Biblical Business Strategy, Dynamics of Economic Dignity, Principles of Advance Faith, Power Dynamics, Principles of Empowerment, Suceess Concepts, Principles of Protection, Success Systems, Marriages And Family, Wisdom That Works, Principles of Longevity, Principle of Sacrifice, Total Quality Management, Leadership Development, General Etiquette, Public Speaking and Home Management.
The facilitators and speakers are drawn from within and outside the country, prominent among them include, Dr David Oyedepo, Pastor Faith Oyedepo, Bishop David Abioye, Bishop Thomas Aremu, Prof Aize Obayan, Vice Chancellor of Covenant University and Registrar, Yemi Nathaniel. Others are CEOs of banks, industries and members of International Federation of Professional Speakers Association, USA, among others.
About 1,573 students are taking part in the programme, which will run till July 6, 2007.
It would be recalled that the pioneer class during their TTG programme last year had Executive mentoring sessions with Managing Director of Access Bank Plc, Mr Aigboje Aig-Imokhuede, Group Managing Director/CEO of NICON Group, Dr Jimoh Ibrahim, Managing Director, Amazon Energy Ltd, Mr Yinka Fawehinmi and Managing Director of Fossil Fuel Ltd, Engr. Tunde Akinpelu.
The University’s Commencement Ceremony will be held between July 16 and 22, 2007.