The Director-General,  Lagos State Public Service Staff Development Centre (PSSDC) Magodo, Dr.  Senukon Olufunmi Ajose-Harrison, has reiterated the Centre's commitment to developing and implementing strategies that would further enhance the development in Nigeria's Learning and Development  (L & D)  industry.  

 Ajose-Harrison, who stated this while receiving the Strategic Partner award conferred on the Centre by the Nigerian Institute for Training and Development (NITAD) at its 27th Trainers Conference in Abuja, expressed PSSDC's readiness to continue collaborating with other industry players to expand the frontiers of human capacity development in the country.

 He explained that effective collaboration and synergy among L and D stakeholders are  strategic in the efforts to bring about service delivery excellence, adding that "at PSSDC,  we are irrevocably committed to developing mutually beneficial relationships with best of breed institutions".

 Earlier,  NITAD's President, Mrs.  Janet Jolaoso, explained that the award on the Centre was a recognition of its unwavering commitment to the ideals of the Institute as well as its contributions and support of the development of Nigeria's leading Learning and Development regulatory body. 

 While appreciating the Centre, she urged other industry stakeholders to continue creating opportunities for win-win collaborations that would significantly contribute to the development of human capacity building in Nigeria