TRAINING

The Centre is to conduct diversified training at various levels. Vocational training which incorporates pre-job training, job transfer training, apprenticeship training and on-the-job training at the levels of training will be categorized into low, medium and senior levels vocational training, technician and senior technician training and other adaptation training. Training programs will be primarily provided by VSESC and relevant faculties, campuses and departments at the Polytechnic, Ibadan (main and satellite campuses) and other types of vocational training providers as may be required. In addition, there will be enterprise-sponsored training programmes and training providers will be coordinated by VSESC.

The main focus of vocational skills will be in engineering/engineering related, science/science related, environmental programmes and Business/Financial Education.

THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN
VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
STUDY CENTRE (VSESC)
VSESC SHORT TERMS TRAINING (A WEEK)     (BETWEEN 9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM)
MODULE 1 COURSE

 

S/N

DATE

EVENT/COURSE TITLE

COURSE OUTLINE

TARGENT AUDIENCE

OBJECTIVES

VENUE

COURSE FEES

1

 

DAY 1
AND
DAY 2

Mon 9th – Tuesday 10th
January

 

Mon 6th – Tuesday 7th
February

 

Mon 6th – Tuesday 7th
March

PRODUCTION OF LIQUID DETERGENT

  • Introduction to general safety precautions.
  • Introduction to Cosmetics and general household products

    (iii) Identification of various chemicals, raw materials available for the production of liquid detergent
(iv) Formation of liquid         detergent: method of mixing different chemicals

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) A potential Entrepreneur willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To train existing young entrepreneur(s)
(iii) To foster the ability of existing cosmetics producers
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of the people who work in cosmetics and households production plants.

VSESC The Polytechnic, Ibadan

 

 

 

N45,000

2

DAY 3
Wed 11th
January

 

Wed 8th
February

 

 

Wed 8th
March

PRODUCTION OF VARIOUS DISINFECTANTS AND ANTISEPTIC PRODUCTS SUCH AS POLYZAL AND POLYTOL

(i)Introduction to general safety precaution.
(ii) Introduction to the cosmetics and general household production
(iii) Identification of various chemicals
Raw materials employed in the production of Germicide, Disinfectant and Antiseptic materials
(iv) Production of Polyzal Disinfectant Germicide
(v) Production of Polytol Antiseptic.

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) A potential Entrepreneur willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To train existing young entrepreneurs
(iii) To foster the ability of existing cosmetics producers
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of the people who work in cosmetics and households production plants.

 

 

3

DAY 4
Thursday 12th
January

 

Thursday 9th
February

 

Thursday 9th
March

PRODUCTION OF
POLY
BALM AND
MENTHOLATED BALM

(i) Introduction to general safety precautions
(ii) General introduction to  cosmetics and household production
(iii) Chemical Raw Materials Identifications and its coupling for proper Balm Formation
(iv) Functions and uses of petroleum byproducts

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production Managers and Production Supervisors in various Cosmetics Production Plants
Category B:
Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into Cosmetics and Household Products.

  • Any literate person with minimum qualification of GCE O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To train an existing young entrepreneurs
(iii) To foster the ability of existing cosmetics producers
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of the people who work in cosmetics and households production plants.

 

 

4

DAY 5
Friday 13th
January

Friday 10th
February

Friday 10th
March

 

PRODUCTION OF VASELINE PERFUME JELLY

(i) Introduction to uses and functions Paraffin Wax, Petroleum Jelly
(ii) Quantitative chemical formation of Vaseline Perfume Jelly
(iii) Introduction to General safety Precautions

 

- Assessment
- Presentation and Award of        
Certificate
- Departure

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) A potential Entrepreneur willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To increase the number of young entrepreneurs
(iii) To foster the job performance of cosmetic producers.
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people that work in Cosmetics and Household Production Plants.

 

 

                                                                                                                   MODULE 2 COURSE

5

DAY 1

Mon 16th January

Mon 13th February

Mon 13th
March

PRODUCTION OF SHAMPOO SOAP

(i) Introduction to General Safety Precautions
(ii) General usage and identification of machines and equipment
(iii) Identification of Chemical Raw Materials
(iv) Identification of Heavy and Light Chemicals

 

 

 

 

 

N45,000

6

DAY 2
Tues 17th January

 

Tues 14th February
Tues 14th
March

PRODUCTION OF CANDLE

(i) Methods of Paraffin Wax Melting
(ii) Setting of Candle Threads
(iii) Setting-up of Candle Production Factory and Safety Precautions

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To bring into existence more young entrepreneurs
(iii) To foster the ability of existing Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who works in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

7

DAY 3
Wed 18th January

Wed 15th February
Wed 15th
March

CHALK PRODUCTION

(i) Details on CaC03 and POP and Identification of Chalk Mould Types
(ii) Ideal Chalk Production and its Chemical Compound
(iii) Methods of Setting up Chalk Production Basement and Safety Precautions

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To bring into an existence more young entrepreneurs
(iii) To foster the ability of existing Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who work in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

8

DAY
4 & 5
Thursday 19th – Friday 20th January

 

Thursday 16th – Friday 17th February

Mon 13th
Thursday 16th – Friday 17th March

PAINT PRODUCTION

 

 

 

 

(i) General Introduction and Identification of different types of Paints e.g. Texcoat, Glossy and Emulsion
(ii) Identification of Chemicals Raw Materials used in Paint Production
(iii) Ideal Methods of Paints Formation
(iv) Machinery and Equipment Employed in Paint Production

Assessment
Presentation and Award of Certificate
Departure

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To produce young entrepreneurs
(iii) To foster the ability of existing Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who work in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

MODULE 3 COURSE

9

DAY 1
Monday 23rd January

 

Monday 20th February

 

Monday 20th March

 

PRODUCTION OF AIR FRESHNER

(i) Role and Effect of Volatile Liquid in the Production of Air-Freshener
(ii) Procedural Formulation for different types of Air Freshener
(iii) Importance of peppermint, Salycilate  and menthol in the production of liquid air freshener

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To produce young entrepreneur
(iii) To foster the ability of existing Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who work in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

 

N45,000

10

DAY 2
Tuesday 24th January

 

Tuesday 21st February

 

Tuesday 21st March

PRODUCTION OF HAIR CREAM

Same as in production of Vaseline Baby Jelly

Category A:
(i) Technologist working in different production plant
(ii) Production Manager and Production Supervisor in various Cosmetics Production Plant.
Category B:
Laboratory Assistant and Attendant
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurial willing to go into Cosmetics and Household Products.
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneur work
(ii) To bring into an existence more young entrepreneurial
(iii) To foster the ability of existing Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who work in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

11

DAY 3
Wednesday 25th January

 

Wednesday 22nd February

 

Wednesday 22nd March

 

LIQUID INSECTICIDE

(i) General Safety Precautions
(ii) Introduction to chemicals involved in production of Insecticide, Pesticide and Fumigant
(iii) Ideal Preparation and Formation of Lifecide Products and Control Measure

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To produce existence more young entrepreneur
(iii) To foster the ability of existing Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who work in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

12

DAY 4
Thursday 26th January

Thursday 23rd February

Thursday 23rd March

 

PRODUCTION OF BODY CREAM AND BODY LOTION

i. General safety precautions
ii  Technical requirement
iii. Machinery and equipment
iv Method of chemical composition and formulation

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) To mobilize more people for entrepreneurship work
(ii) To produce  more young entrepreneur
(iii) To foster the ability of existence Cosmetics Producer
(iv) Enhancement of knowledge of people who work in Cosmetics and Households Production Plant.

 

 

13

DAY 5
Friday 27th January

 

Friday 24th February

 

Friday 24th March

 

PRODUCTION OF POWDER DETERGENT

i. General safety precautions
ii  Technical requirement
iii. Machinery and equipment involved
iv Method of chemical composition and formulation

- Assessment
- Presentation of Award & Certificate
- Departure

Category A:
(i) Technologists working in different production plants
(ii) Production managers and production supervisors in various cosmetics production plants.
Category B:
(i) Laboratory Assistants and Attendants
(ii) Potential Entrepreneurs willing to go into cosmetics and household production
(iii) Any literate person with minimum qualification of  GCE, O’ level

(i) Improvement or the quality and standard living of life

 

 

14

 

 

Closing Ceremony and Award Dinner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN
VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
STUDY CENTRE (VSESC)

SCHEME OF WORK (BEADING WORKS/WIRE WORKS)


S/N

WEEKS

PRACTICAL TRAINING

THURSDAYS/
SATURDAYS

COURSE FEE

1

Day 1

Introduction to General Bead Making, Guideline for Bead Making and  Safety Precaution

 

 

 

 

 

 

N45,000

2

Day 2

Introduction to jewelry (i)

 

3

Day 3

Introduction to jewelry (ii)

 

4

Day 4

Advanced jewelry (i)

 

5

Day 5

Advanced jewelry (ii)

 

6

Day 6

Introduction to Wrist Ban Making (i)

 

7

Day 7

Introduction to Wrist Band Making (ii)

 

8

Day 1

Advanced Wrist Band Making (i)

 

9

Day 2

Advanced Wrist Band Making (ii)

 

10

Day 3

Introduction to Decorative aspect in bead making (i)

 

11

Day 4

Introduction to Decorative aspect in bead making (ii)

 

12

Day 5

Advanced Decorative aspect in bead making (i)

 

13

Day 6

Advanced Decorative aspect in bead making (ii)

 

14

Day 7

Introduction to Flower Vase Making

 

15

Day 1

Introduction to Key Holder Making

 

16

Day 2

Introduction to Tommy Belt Production

 

17

Day 3

Introduction to Teddy Bear Production

 

18

Day 4

Creativity and Beading Craft

 

19

Day 5

Closing Ceremony and Award Dinner

 

20

 

Closing Ceremony and Award Dinner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN
VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
STUDY CENTRE (VSESC)

ICT TRAINING PROGRAMMES


EVENT/COURSES

DURATION

COURSE FEE
        N       :   K

VENUE

DATE

PARTICIPANTS

 

Microsoft Office 2010

 

  • Introduction to Windows
  • MS Word
  • Excel
  • Power Point
  • Access
  • Publisher
  • Outlook
  • Groove

 

 

30 days

 

 

12,000:00

 

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

April 1st to 30th May, 1st to 31st

 

 

Graphics and Multimedia

 

  • Corel Draw
  • Corel Paint
  • Adobe Flash
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe In Design
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Premiere
  • Adobe After Effect
  • 3D MAX

    CompTIA

 

 

24 days

 

 

12,000:00

 

 

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

April 1st to 30th May, 1st to 31st

 

 

  • A+2009
  • CompTIA Project+ 2009
  • A+2012
  • Network+
  • Linux+
  • Security+
  • Server+
  • CompTIA Advanced
  • Security Practitioner (CASP).
  • CompTIA Cloud Essentials
  • CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA

 

Software Engineering (Java Tech.)

 

6 Weeks

25,000:00

VSESC Computer Laboratory

June

 

 

 

Module 1

  • Object-Oriented Thought Process
  • C♯/VB. Net (Part 1)
  • SQL Fundamentals

Module 2

  • Object Oriented
  • Analysis and Design
  • C♯/VB. Net (Part 2)
  • Database Design

 

 

6 Weeks

 

 

25,000:00

 

 

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

 

Software Engineering (Microsoft Tech)

Module 1

  • Object-Oriented Thought Process
  • C♯/VB. Net (Part 1)
  • SQL Fundamentals

Module 2

  • Object Oriented
  • Analysis and Design
  • C♯/VB.Net (Part 2)
  • Database Design

 

 

6 Weeks

 

 

25,000:00

 

 

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

 

Website Development

 

Module 1 (Web Design)

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Adobe Dream Weaver
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Flash
  • Adobe In Design
  • Adobe Fire Works

Module 2 (Web Design)

  • JavaScript, AJAX, VB Script
  • MySQL
  • PHP/ASP.NET/JSF

 

 

6 Weeks

 

 

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

 

Database

  • ORACLE (SQL, OCA AND OCP)
  • Auto Desk

    Microsoft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 2D AUTOCAD
  • 3D AUTOCAD

 

6 Weeks

 

July

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

 

Networking (CISCO Tech)

  • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
  • Cisco Certified Network Programmer (CCNP)

6 Weeks

August

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

 

Sage Software Tools

 

  • Sage Accounts
  • Sage Payroll
  • Financial Forecasting
  • CRM

 

6 Weeks

 

September

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

 

SAS Statistical Analysis Tools

 

  • SAS Programming
  • SAS Enterprise Guide

 

6 Weeks

 

October

 

VSESC Computer Laboratory

 

 

Closing Ceremony and Award Dinner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN
VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
STUDY CENTRE (VSESC)
2016/2017 TIE-DYE TRAINING PROGRAMMES


S/N

DATE

WEEK

DAY

TRAINING ACTIVITY

TRAINING GUIDES

TARGETED PEOPLE

OBJECTIVES

TIME

1

 

Week one

Monday

Introduction to Tie-Dyeing safety precautions

  • Introduction to Tie-Dyeing safety precautions

 

  • Chemicals for dyeing and usage
  • Tie-Techniques and Applications for the Training

 

  •  
  • Marbling practical
  • Pleating practical

 

  • Concentric Circles
  • Retirees

 

  • Fashion House: Trainers and Trainees
  • House-wives

 

  • Widows
  • Secondary school leavers

 

  • Interested matured individuals
  • Impartion and Integration of Self sustainance and independence
  • Facilitating of Self sustainance and independence
  • *  Propagation and development of entrepreneurial skills acquisition
  • Skill acquisiton
  • To promote small scale/establishment of couryard industries and businesses

 

9:00am

 

 

 

     –

 

 

 

3:00pm

2

 

Tuesday

Chemicals for dyeing and usage

3

 

Wednesday

Tie-Techniques and Applications

4

 

Thursday

Marbling

5

 

Friday

Pleating and Concetric Circles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S/N

DATE

WEEK

DAY

TRAINING ACTIVITY

TRAINING GUIDES

TARGETED PEOPLE

OBJECTIVES

TIME

1

 

Week two

Monday

Introduction to Tie-Dyeing safety precautions

  • Introduction to Tie-Dyeing safety precautions

 

  • Chemicals for dyeing and usage
  • Tie-Techniques and Applications for the Training

 

  • Stitching Technique Practical
  • Concentric Squares and Knotting Technique Practicals
  • Retirees

 

  • Fashion House: Trainers and Trainees
  • House-wives

 

  • Widows
  • Secondary school leavers

 

  • Interested matured individuals
  • Impartion and Integration of Self sustainance and independence
  • Facilitating of Self sustainance and independence
  • *  Propagation and development of entrepreneurial skills acquisition
  • Skill acquisiton
  • To promote small scale/establishment of couryard industries and businesses

 

9:00am

 

 

 

     –

 

 

 

3:00pm

2

 

Tuesday

Chemicals for dyeing and usage

3

 

Wednesday

Tie-Techniques and Applications

4

 

Thursday

Stitching

5

 

Friday

Concentric Squares Practicals

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S/N

DATE

WEEK

DAY

TRAINING ACTIVITY

TRAINING GUIDES

TARGETED PEOPLE

OBJECTIVES

TIME

1

 

Week three

Monday

Introduction to Batik and safety precautions

  • Introduction to Batik safety precautions

 

  • Chemicals for dyeing and usage
  • Batik Techniques and Applications for the Training

 

  • Adire Eleko Practical session
  • Retirees

 

  • Fashion House: Trainers and Trainees
  • House-wives

 

  • Widows
  • Secondary school leavers

 

  • Interested matured individuals
  • Impartion and Integration of Self sustainance and independence
  • Facilitating of Self sustainance and independence
  • *  Propagation and development of entrepreneurial skills acquisition
  • Skill acquisiton
  • To promote small scale/establishment of couryard industries and businesses

 

 

9:00am

 

 

 

     –

 

 

 

3:00pm

2

 

Tuesday

Chemicals and materials for Batik dyeing and usage

3

 

Wednesday

Batik Techniques and Applications

4

 

Thursday

Candle Wax Batik

5

 

Friday

Adire Eleko

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Closing Ceremony and Award Dinner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN
VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
STUDY CENTRE (VSESC)

2016/2017 BARBING TRAINING PROGRAMME


S/N

PROGRAMME

DURATION

COURSE FEE
   N     :  K

1

Definition of the trade, importance and limitation of the trade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20,000:00

2

Structure of a typical barber shop to include; external and internal structure of a salon

 

3

Exhibition of Barbing Equipment

 

4

Usage and Maintenance of Tools and Equipment

 

5

Barbing Ethiques; Safety measures, Personal hygiene and Client’s safety

 

6

Barbing Terminology; Barber pole, Blending, Shaping etc

 

7

Stages of Barbing Contact

 

8

Clipper Mechanisms for both manual and electric Clipper

 

9

Hair Styles Identification

 

10

Head Partitioning/Divisioning

 

11

Hair Diseases, Identification, Causes and Prevention

 

12

Barbing Demonstration to include basic Hair Styles (common ones)

 

13

Combination of Hair Styles

 

14

Chemical Application to Hair such as tinting chemicals, dying chemical, shampoo, antidandruff shampoo, shaving powder, aftershave etc

 

15

Finishing or Summary of Haircut Services

 

16

Barbing Feasibility Studies

 

17

Methods of Retaining Client’ Patronage

 

18

Closing Ceremony and Award Dinner

 

 

..