This training course focuses on entrepreneurship education and training at the Further Education and Training (FET) level in national development context. We are of the opinion that entrepreneurship education and training (of necessity) must fulfil a primary role in preparing our youth for their future.
Evidence from elsewhere, in particular industrialized countries, indicates that entrepreneurship education and training at school level play important roles in the contribution to economic growth.
Experts in the field of entrepreneurship believe that the contribution of small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to the growth of a country can be much higher if entrepreneurship education is implemented at school levels. Entrepreneurship is now one of the courses taught at tertiary level.
However, our research clearly showed that various problems in schools hinder the effective implementation of entrepreneurship education, some of which are poorly trained educators and lack of adequate resources. Better entrepreneurship education could make a significant contribution to job creation and ultimately to poverty alleviation. This program will brainstorm with International experts on the way forward.
ACCOMMODATION: This Conference is non-residential. Participants are to lodge in hotels of their choice near the conference centre. A list of these Hotels will be provided on request.
Here is what members who attended International Training said
Uboyie, Jumbo A.
Confidential Secretary 1, Federal College of Education, Obudu, River State
The course met my expectations as it increases my knowledge
Librarian , Elizade University Ilara-Makun, Ondo State
The conference enables one to be relevant in the present age
librarianship in terms of necessary technology to be deployed in the libraries