Skills Development & Resource Centre
(Classrooms in the Industry) @ Bells University of Technology, Ota
In Collaboration with HULL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ANNOUNCES Bells University (Entry-Level) Certificate Training In Non-Destructive Testing .
CALL FOR PAPERS
DATE: 19-20 April 2016
VENUE: Central Mechanical Workshop, Bells University of Technology, OTA.
One objective of a good skills development system is to ensure that the skills acquired match the skills valued in the industry. Skills development systems must also help workers and enterprises adjust to change and prepare for the future.
The SDRC training programmes seek to bring the classroom closer to the industry, thus reflecting one of the principles and recommendations of the ILO-G20 Training Strategy "A Skilled Workforce for Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Economic Growth".
- To train and equip young people with employable skills in various areas of the economy
- To promote a University- Industry Sector Collaboration Model in technical skills training and to contribute to capacity development of Nigeria.
Non-Destructive Testing in various industry sectors including aviation, rail, shipbuilding and manufacturing of industrial materials
2. To gain some appreciation of Practical experience and knowledge in the 4 most commonly used (hands-on) experience in FOUR of the standard methods in Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) methods of industrial materials: