Vocational & Technical Education

PHILOSOPHY

The philosophy of the Department of Vocational and Technology Education is to produce professionally trained teachers who can effectively teach all vocational and technology subjects at the post primary level of education and obtain gainful employment in the private and public sectors of the economy.

 

Rationale
There is a demand for Vocational and Technology Education Teachers to be competent in teaching a variety of courses at the secondary school level. The programme is to produce competent teachers who can cope with the teaching of Vocational Technology courses in the Junior Secondary School and be competent in at least three of the senior secondary subjects.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The Department has the following objectives, to:

i. Produce graduate teachers who will teach vocational and technical subjects effectively at various school levels.

ii. Produce the teaching knowledge and vocational skills necessaryforvocationalandtechnologydevelopment.

iii. Produce graduates of the programme who will have an intelligentunderstanding ofthe increasing complexities of vocational and technology development in the country.

iv. Produce dynamic and strong advocates and promoters of government vocational and technology projects in othercategoriesthanteaching.

The Department of Vocational & Technical Education offers the following area(s);

 

* Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Agricultural Education,

 

* Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Business Education,

 

* Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Technology Education

 

* PGD M.Ed and Ph.D in Technical Education

Education and Development

Education and Politics

Teacher Education and Development

Human Resources Capacity Building and Institutional Reform

HOD Vocational & Technology Education – Dr. Koku K. Obiyai

 

Secretary to HOD – N/A

 

Exams & Record Officer – N/A

Academic Staff

S/N Names Rank
1 . Koku. K. Obiyai Senior Lecturer/Ag. HOD view profile
2 . Akpoebi C. Egumu Professor view profile
3 . Japo Oweikeye Morto Amasuomo Professor view profile
4 . Akpotohwo Festus C. Ass. Professor view profile
5 . Paul Binaebi Igbongidi Senior Lecturer view profile
6 . Ehimen Theophilus Ehijele Senior Lecturer view profile
7 . Ikati Lawrence Lecturer 1 view profile
8 . Suwari God’Stime Samuel Lecturer 1 view profile
9 . Comfort George Godspower Surveyor Lecturer 1 view profile
10 . Kakire Woyengidubamo Lecturer 1 view profile
11 . Bumien Victor Yabrifa Lecturer 1 view profile
12 . Kren-Ikidi Chambarlain Lecturer II view profile
13 . Esther A. Yibakuro Lecturer II view profile
14 . Diseye Juliet Oyadongh Lecturer II view profile
15 . Alfred-Jaja, Stella Wellington-Igonibo Lecturer II view profile
16 . Emeli Eniekenemi Lecturer II view profile
17 . Douglas Jonah-Eteli Assistant Lecturer view profile
18 . Frank Talent Graduate Assistant view profile
19 . Watchman Philemon S. Graduate Assistant view profile

Lecturer Statistics

Professor 2
Associate Professor 1
Senior Lecturer 3
Lecturer I 5
Lecturer II 5
Assistant Lecturer 1
Graduate Assistant 2
Year 1 Male Students    ——– Female Students    ——–
Year 2 Male Students    ——– Female Students     ———
Year 3 Male Students    ——— Female Students    ——–
Year 4 Male Students    ——— Female Students    ———
Year 5 Male Students    ——– Female Students    ———

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Undergraduate Programme

Duration: 4 years

Male Lecturers: 15

Female Lecturers: 4

Pass Percentage: 60

Max retakes: 5