Published on Sep 10, 2013
This video is part of a series promoting best practices for training and employment of young people in Africa.
Auchi Polytehnic in Edo State is one out of many polytechnics in Nigeria that graduates about thirty thousand students every year.
For several years now, Auchi Polytechnic has been named the best polytehnic in Nigeria and in 2012, the international ranking agency of world tertiary institutions webometrics declared Auchi the best polytechnic in West Africa and the second best in Africa.
Auchi Polytechnic has established what is known as the CEDAP village, Centre for Entrepreneurship Development - where students are equipped with quality life skills such as fish farming, carpentry, soap making, shoe making, tye and dye and pottery amongst others.
It is also spearheading a new approach to delivering Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) through the Flexible Skills Development programme, an initiative of the Commonwealth of Learning.
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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have opened new doors for free online learning that lends itself well to ICT-related subjects. Meanwhile, employers seek candidates with relevant web skills. The Supply and Demand of MOOCs Infographic shows what skills are most in demand and what MOOCs are available that teach those skills, based on the results of a study conducted by the European Commission.
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Vocational Education and Training
Published on Aug 26, 2014
About 150,000 graduates are churned out annually by Nigerian universities and polytechnics without entrepreneurial skills and so available jobs remain inadequate to keep pace with this ever-expanding army of job seekers.
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Centre for Technical Vocational Education, Training and Research (CETVETAR), University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria is a Centre approved by the University of Nigeria Senate. It is made of two Departments namely Vocational Teacher Education and Fine and Applied Arts, which were established in 1963 and 1961 respectively.
The Department of Vocational Teacher Education presently is made of five sections namely:
i. Agricultural Education
ii. Business Education
iii. Computer Education
iv. Home Economics Education
v. Industrial Technical Education
Each of these sections has a Co-ordinator who is directly under the Head of Department.
The Department of Fine and Applied Arts also has five sections namely:
v. Textile and Fashion
CETVETAR is a World Bank assisted Centre of Excellence in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and also a UNESCO – UNEVOC Centre in Nigeria. It has also benefited from Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) and the African Development Bank (ADB) TVET facility improvement scheme in Nigeria.
Restore human dignity through skills empowerment and positioning technical vocational education and training (TVET) in Africa for sustainable development in a globalized world.
Provide world class TVET leadership in Africa by research and development(R&D) into knowledge sharing innovative/best practices, systems development, quality assurance, net working, life-long training and human capital re-engineering
CETVETAR Objectives are to:
- Conduct training /retraining programmes in different areas of TVET for youths, retirees, women and disadvantaged groups for skill empowerment and poverty reduction.
- Provide consultancy services to local, national and international agencies on best practices in informal, non-formal and formal TVET.
- Carryout advocacy/sensitization programmes on different issues and providing policy direction on life-long TVET.
- Develop customized and individualized programmes for small/medium scale enterprises for optimal performance, quality assurance and global focus.
- Networking and disseminating information on TVET to policy makers, teacher educators, academics, private and public sectors practitioners.
- Collaboration with other agencies, centres and organization with similar objectives on human capital development entrepreneurship, poverty reduction and skill empowerment.
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