VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

College of Education

Mrs. Theresa Ovueyakporie Nwankwo

SCHOOL OF VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Dean
CONTACT US

Email: nwankwo.theresa@coewarri.edu.ng

Tel:+234(0)8129731042

ACADEMIC STAFF OF THE SCHOOL

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
PHILOSOPHY
The philosophy of NCE Agricultural Education program is tied with the national philosophy on Agriculture for self-reliance based on the provision of teachers endowed with a balanced approach between principles and practice of Agriculture for academic and vocational ends.
OBJECTIVES
The objectives of the program shall be:
(i) To prepare graduates with the right attitude to, and knowledge/professional competence in vocational agriculture;
(ii) To produce teachers who will be capable of motivating students to acquire interest in and aptitude for agriculture;
(iii) to develop in the student-teachers the appropriate communicative skills for effective transmission of agricultural information and skills to the        students in the context of their environment;
(iv) To equip the student-teachers with adequate knowledge and ability to establish and manage a model school farm effectively;
(v) To provide a sound background to enhance further academic and professional progression of the student-teachers.

Below are the names of lecturers in the Departments:
1      Dr. Blessing Okiemute Akarue
2      Dr. (Mrs.) Ifie Prisca
3      Mr. Oharisi Joe
4      Dr. Ajakporise David
5      Dr. Eyevwunu Dafe  
6      Mr. Ekperegin John
7      Mr. Onoriode Abel
8      Dr. Akpere Lucky
9      Mrs. Obue Adarigofua
10    Mr. Irikefe-Ekeke Efe Peterson
11    Miss Okah Faith Kome

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION
PHILOSOPHY

The philosophy of Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE), Business Education, is to make the Business Educators understand the concept and philosophy of the National Policy on Education as regards Business Education in national development.
OBJECTIVES
The objectives of Business Education at the NCE includes:
(i)     To produce well qualified and competent NCE graduates in business education subjects who will be able to teach business subjects in our secondary schools and other related educational institutions.
(ii)     To produce NCE business teachers who will be able to inculcate the vocational aspects of Business Education in the society.
(iii)    To produce NCE Business Teachers who will be involved in the much desired revolution of vocational development right from the Primary and Secondary Schools.
(iv)    To equip students with necessary competencies so as to qualify them for a post NCE degree programme in Business Education.

(v)     To equip graduates with the right skills that will enable them to engage in a life of work in the office as well as for self -employment.

Below are the names of lecturers in the Departments:
1     Dr. (Mrs) Akpomudjere Ovwiroro
2     Ihimekpen, Flora Ayodele (FABEN)
3     Dr. (Mrs) Juliet M. Olise, Maben, (ASSEQEN, NVA)
4     Omonigho James Adagha
5     Okwoma Augustine Akpojevwa
6     Ofishe, Ovuomarayini Wilson
7     Erume, Fortune Ogheneworo
8     Ewarawon Ulisan (Mrs.)
9     Ogodogun College, Emuoghene
10   Otuedon, Ajueyitse Martins
11   Orogun Simeon Emuhowho
12   Esenohor Theresa Ese
13   Onofurho Avwenayeri Evelyn

DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS

1    Mr. Unomah Nnamdi
2    Urhocha Emmanuel
3    Eneh  Mike
4    Atuma Fidelis
5    Afekoro Dauketubor Bolosi

DEPARTMENT OF HOME ECONOMICS

1    Dr. (Mrs). P.T Idibie
2    Dr. (Mrs) Winnie Okpetu
3    Mrs. Nwankwo Ovuakporie Theresa
4    Dr. (Mrs ) Ewubare Mabel
5    Mrs Frances Edafe N.
6    Mrs. Bazunu Esther
7    Miss. Mabel Odibo

8    Mrs. Orugboh Lawrenta

DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
PHILOSOPHY

The philosophy of this program, NCE (Technical) is to provide technical teachers with the intellectual and professional background adequate for teaching technical subjects and to make them adaptable to any changing situation in technological development not only in the country but also in the world at large.  In other words, it is the designing and fashioning the training components and the environment including the personnel, tools, equipment and machines, the needed and desired duration for the training for the purpose of acquiring the needed and required skills and competencies for the world of work.
 OBJECTIVES
The objectives of the program shall be:
-    To produce qualified Technical Teachers and Practitioners of technology capable of teaching Basic Technology in the Junior Secondary Schools.
-    To produce Technical NCE Teachers who will be able to inculcate Scientific and Technological attitudes and values into the Society.
-    To produce qualified Technical Teachers motivated to start the so much desired revolution of Technological development right from the Nigerian Schools.
-    To prepare Technical Teachers so as to qualify them for a POST — NCE degree program in Technical Education.
Below are the names of lecturers in the Departments:
1    Mr. Johnson A. Iteku
2    Mr. Johnbull E. Obiuwevbi
3    Mr. Duke Okorodudu
4    Mr. Godwin Owhevwo
5    Mr. Felix Emamorose