This was in the form of pedagogic days organized by the institution on October 6t and 7th.
As has become the tradition upon the resumption of every new school year, the Higher Institute of Youth and Sports, INJS on October 6th and 7th organized pedagogic days to mark the end of the old school year and the beginning of a the new one. Speaking at the occasion, the Director of INJS, Ebal Minye Edmong said the pedagogic days were on the theme, “the challenges and stakes of professionalizing training in the era of consolidating INJS’s adoption of the LMD system”, which matches with the objectives of the institution based on training, research, support to development and vocational training.
A view which was corroborated by the Inspector General of Services in the Ministry of Higher Education who said his ministry was willing to accompany INJS in this vane saying INJS could be a pilot test or the practice of the LMD system. The regional Representative of UNESCO, Felix Loitecohim Ye offered a lecture on sustainable development objectives; the stakes and challenge of training senior sports and physical education teachers as well as youth and animation teachers.
Tang Essomba Augustin Claude, an expert in management also did a presentation on efficiency in the optimal management of normative and human resources in public administration. The pedagogic days which comprised theoretical presentations and practical sessions, was presided by the Inspector General of Services in the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education, Marcias Dohbobga.