NOBLE ACHIEVEMENTS

So far between 1992 till date many students had participated in the exercise and a lot of experiences gained while on SIWES exercise.

FUNCTIONS OF THE UNIT

  • Organizing SIWES Orientation lectures to both staff and students
  • Collation of student placement lists
  • Collation of Master lists
  • Collation of E-payment lists
  • Collation and release of SIWES results
  • Liaising with ITF area office for vetting of log books and SIWES programmes
  • Distribution of lecturers for supervision exercise.
  • Posting of students to their individual place of attachment

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

The Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is a programme designed for students in the Departments of Agricultural Education, BED, CSC Ed. HEC, FAA, MUSIC and THA through attachment in industries, offices and relevant organizations.

The SIWES programme started in the College in 1991 with just 2 departments i.e. AGE & HEC. This was in response to the NCCE Minimum Standard that made compulsory participation and pass grade in SIWES for Vocational students as   one of the conditions for the award of NCCE minimum standard (1990)

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVE

The philosophy and objective of the programme is to expose and prepare students for real life work situation so as to bridge gap between theory and practical.

  

  STRUCTURE OF THE UNIT

STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL WORKS EXPERIENCE SCHEME (SIWES)

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

The Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) is a programme designed for students in the Departments of Agricultural Education, BED, CSC Ed. HEC, FAA, MUSIC and THA through attachment in industries, offices and relevant organizations.

The SIWES programme started in the College in 1991 with just 2 departments i.e. AGE & HEC. This was in response to the NCCE Minimum Standard that made compulsory participation and pass grade in SIWES for Vocational students as   one of the conditions for the award of NCCE minimum standard (1990)

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVE

The philosophy and objective of the programme is to expose and prepare students for real life work situation so as to bridge gap between theory and practical.

STRUCTURE OF THE UNIT


SIWES organogram

PAST COORDINATORS      

1.       Dr. Durojaiye, J.A.   -        Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                                Tech. Educ. (from 1991 to 1996)

2.       Mr. Ajeigbe, R.A.     -        Chief Instructor, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                    Tech. Educ. (from 1996 to 1998)

3.       Mrs. Akinrinade, G.O-        Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                                Tech. Educ. (from 1998 to 2002)

4.       Dr. Agbato, S.A.     -        Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                                Tech. Educ. (from 2002 to 2004)

5.       Mr. S.T. Adeleye      -        Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                                Tech. Educ. (from 2004 to 2006)

6.       Dr. Agbato, S.A.     -        Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                                Tech. Educ. (from 2006 to 2008)

7.       Mrs. Adewoye, B.A. -        Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                      Tech. Educ. (from 2008 to 2012)

4.       Mrs. Akinrinade, G.O -       Chief Lecturer, School of Secondary Education, Voc. &                                      Tech. Educ. (from 2012 to 2016)

         

FUNCTIONS OF THE UNIT

-              Organizing SIWES Orientation lectures to both staff and students

-              Collation of student placement lists

-              Collation of Master lists

-              Collation of E-payment lists

-              Collation and release of SIWES results

-              Liaising with ITF area office for vetting of log books and SIWES programmes

-              Distribution of lecturers for supervision exercise.

-              Posting of students to their individual place of attachment

NOBLE ACHIEVEMENTS

So far between 1992 till date many students had participated in the exercise and a lot of experiences gained while on SIWES exercise.

Projected achievement

The unit is looking forward to

-              Prompt Payment of SIWES Supervision allowance to supervisors by government

-              Inclusion of some participating departments into the payment of supervision allowance to students.

-              New modern SIWES office with equipment

-              Provision of modern equipment and internet facilities for SIWES records.