Abdulkareem Tomilola - WHERE ARE YOU NOW SERIES

Monday, March 4, 2024

What have you been up to sincefinishing from WAVE?

After graduating from wave I have worked as afield analyst for UNO CREDIT then later moved to ONE CREDIT were I served asfirstly a debt recovery officer then a customer service representative for abouta year. After that, I got a job as a civil servant at the FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY CORPSwhere I currently am.

What do you still remember of timeat WAVE? Highlights? Lowlights?

For me, the highlights at wave would includethe teamwork exercises and the dining etiquette class I really enjoyed. Ireally can't think of any low lights specifically, but I would say for me, itwas when I lost some points for coming late which happened once.

What challenges have you faced andhow do you overcome them?

The greatest challenge I have faced in all theplaces I've worked would be individual and ideological differences between my employers,and I am currently working on how to try to reach a midpoint so that bothparties are happy.

What is your long term goal andwhat steps are you taking to achieve it?

I have a vision of becoming an ITC and projectmanagement consultant in the nearest future. Also, I am interested in Aviationand Safety Engineering.  I am currentlytaking professional classes in both areas, and hopefully, with the rightfunding, I'm planning to enroll for my masters in the field of Fire and ExplosionsEngineering.

Any example of the most importantthing/skill that you learned at WAVE that helps you in your everyday activity?

That would be alternative dispute resolution. Asan officer in the major transport safety organisation in the country, it isnecessary to resolve disputes positively and productively which reducesunnecessary aggressive behaviors and enhances good public relations to increasesafety awareness

Advise to job seekers and thosecoming into WAVE today?

I would advise job seekers and all new waversto embrace capacity building and personal development make yourself enticing toemployers irrespective of where ever you find yourself. One question youshould ask yourself is how do I make a difference?

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