Establishment of Technical and Vocational Skill Acquisition Centers

It’s no news that a major challenge faced by every developing country including Nigeria is the high rate of unemployment. Out of the many solutions available to tackle unemployment, vocational skill acquisition is the most reliable and sustainable. Against popular misconception, vocational endeavors are not unattractive and non-lucrative. The responsibility lies on each Vocational Entrepreneur to carve a niche of their own On the backdrop of the necessity of Technical and Vocational Training to job creation and national development, Skill “G” has been in the fore of TVET development in Nigeria. We adopt a turkey approach in the implementation of TVET enhancement projects and initiatives, in line with international best practices. It is worthy of that Technical and Vocational Skill Training if done properly, with adequate attention to every component of it, the way we do at Skill “G”, will be a driving force for Job Creation, Youth Employment, Wealth Creation and National Development in Nigeria and any developing economy.


Establishment of Technical and Vocational Skill Acquisition Centers


Osun State Government

Osun State Government Technical & Vocational Education Project: Renovation and re-equipping of 9 State Government Technical Colleges.


World Bank/Ekiti State Government

World Bank/Ekiti State Government Technical & Vocational Education Project: Renovation, re-equipping and upgrading of 9 State Government Technical Colleges to Entrepreneurial/Skill Acquisition Centre.

Petroleum Technology Development Fund

Science, Technical and Vocational Education intervention project: PTDF Sponsored; Deployment of Science and Technology/Vocational Education instructional materials and workstations to 109 Federal Unity Schools and 6 Federal Polytechnics, with training of Teachers, Lecturers and Technicians.
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  • Sanitization of Surfaces: Surfaces prone to high usage like door handles, entry gate, pantry area, arm rests, furniture surfaces are frequently sanitized with disinfectants.
  • Staff Covid-19 training:
    The staff of the organizations were trained holistically on precautionary and safety measures. Each staff member knows what to do to guide every visitor or client in basic safety measures. More so, the workers were mandated to observe the standards themselves.
  • Mask up: This was the norm during the pandemic, but the populace easily contravened it. Hence the organization made a mandatory rule of No mask, no entry.
  • Enter with your ID: The possibilities of emergencies were considered; hence all individuals must have their ID on at all times. This allows for easy recognition and also reduces the entrance of loiterers into the organization.
  • Hygiene & Washing of hands: Staff and visitors are encouraged to wash their hands with soap before entering the organization. We further encourage the washing of hands at stipulated breaks.