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FACTORS OPPOSING STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN SIWES AT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

FORS OPPOSING IN SIWES AT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.1         BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

 

The ents’ industrial work experience scheme (SIWES) is a program funded by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF). It is a skills training program that is extremely beneficial to vocational and technical education ents. The SIWES is intended to expose ents to relevant industrial work situations that they may encounter after graduation.

The scheme is also intended to expose ents to work methods and necessary experience in handling equipment and machinery that are not typically available in educational training fund (ITF) Act of 1971, and later Decree No. 47 of 1971, which was later amended in 1990, which gave rise to the scheme’s inception.

The scheme’s scope and content have grown over time. Initially, only Technical College and Polytechnic ents were eligible. Later, ents from the University and the Advance Teacher College (ATC), the College of Education (COE), and the National Universities Commission (NUC) are invited to participate.

 

At present, many ents of various s in the school of vocational and technical education (College of Education), benefit from the programme, these include ents in ng Secretarial, Home Economics, Agricultural Science, etc. an ITF survey in 1974 showed a great disparity between ents knowledge and their ability to apply it in relevant .

The result of this survey led to the establishment of SIWES programme with eleven institutions, involving seven hundred and eighty four ents. During the first period of its operations in 1974-1978, the ITF solely funded the scheme but due to huge financial involvement when the participating institutions rose to 32 with 4,714 ents in 1978, it found it difficult to continue.

As a result of this development, the Federal Government was involved in the funding of the scheme for five years from 1979-1984 through the national Universities commission (NUC) who cater for University ents and the National Board for Technical education (NBTE) who is responsible for the Polytechnics and Colleges of Technology (Galadimwa, 1977). NBTE also caters for Colleges of Education who offer courses in vocational and technical education areas.

According to the presentation by the collaborating agencies (NUC & NBTE) at ITF 1990, there are forty-eight (48) eligible courses for SIWES. These include University Degree Programme, Engineering and Technology, National diploma and NCE Programme. The objectives of SIWEs are to:

1.    Prepare ents for the work situation they are to meet after graduation.

2.    Provide an avenue for ents in institutions of higher learning to acquire industrial skill.

3.    Expose ents to work methods and techniques in handling equipment and machinery that may not be available in educational institutions.

4.    Provide ents with the opportunity to apply their knowledge in real work situation thereby bridging the gap between college work and actual practical.

5.    Enhance ents contact for later job placement. SIWES programme generally ranges from two (2) months to one year of industrial attachment. During this period, the ITF institutions  employers as well as ents have their roles to play. The ITF is responsible for the organization of conferences and seminars on SIWES-informing the ents about what they are expected to do so as to prepare them for industrial training.

They are also to send supervisors on surprise visit to assess and grade ents’ performance. The employers are expected to accept ents and assign them to relevant work, attach experienced staff of ents for effective training and supervision. The ents are expected to be punctual at the place of attachment. They are to comply to employers’ rules and regulations and keep records of training activities and other assignments.

1.2         MENT OF

It has been observed that many ents on SIWES are not given sufficient opportunity to handle equipments and machineries during the period of attachment. Even when experienced staff to which they are attached gives them job to do and customers see ents handling their , they often quarrel and refuse to accept “ents job” and want the experienced staff to do it.

Employers are also very careful to safeguard equipment and machineries from possible damage by inexperienced hands. It has become very important that ents’ participation in SIWES programme need to learn fast enough to complete given satisfactorily, that is the only way they are likely to get more from the experienced staff to which they are attached.

Some firms lack facilities that will enhance the experience of ents in their area of y. Students serving in such firms are at a disadvantage professionally in the area of y for example, an engineer that is attached to do clerical or as a receptionist, such as attachment will not further his engineering experiences. The y will try to answer the following questions:

i.     What are ent’s attitudes towards this programme?

ii.    Is there any relationship between work done during the programme and school work?

iii.   Are there adequate facilities in the establishment where these ents carryout their programme?

iv.  Are the ents allowed to use the equipment?

v.    Apart from being helping hands, have ents made any academic impact towards improving the work process in the establishment they are attached?

vi.  Does the programme influence ent’s performance?

1.3         PURPOSE OF STUDY      

This y is intended to look into the factors militating against ent’s effective participation in SIWES taking Colleges of Education Ekiadolor as a case y. It hopes to find out the impact of ents industrial work experience scheme (SIWES) on Vocational and Technical Education Students.

1.4         SIGNIFICANT OF STUDY

This y is significant in reviewing the problem and prospering of the SIWES Programme to make it more efficient so that employers, ents and the society will benefit maximally from the scheme. The y has become necessary because of the trends on development of human resources which is said to be the ways of achieving economic growth and development, and the much talked about self-reliance and technological breakthrough for the country.

This y will also help to solve problems faced by the ents, institution and the ITF. It will also buttress the place of SIWES in this our jet age in the society. Therefore, the y intends to investigate how well the ents are exposed to the facilities that will enhance there performance in the academic, whether their establishment of posting have adequate facilities, whether the ents performance are satisfactory and to ascertain how the programme influence their academic performance.

1.5         SCOPE OF STUDY

This project is designed for the vocational and Technical Education ents of the College of Education, Ekiadolor, Benin information will be drawn from year 2 and year 3 ents of the school of Vocational and Technical Education of the college.

1.6         DEFINITION OF TERMS

SIWES: Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme.

Orientation: A type of training or information which is given to a person or a group of persons before starting a new course or job.

 

FACTORS OPPOSING STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN SIWES AT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

 

 

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