Academic Information

Academic excellence and a distinctly skillful approach are the building blocks of the the College programs. We are state approved, and we offer a wide variety of learning opportunities in a small size classroom and workshop atmosphere.


The programmes of the College are arranged as follow:

  1. Basic Education (JSS 1 – JSS3)
  2. High School (SSS 1 – SSS 3)
  3. Technical Education (NTC 1 – NTC 3)

Students in the Technical Education can choose one programme in any of the two Clusters:

  1. Engineering and Industrial Technology, and
  2. Hospitality and Tourism Services

Cluster 1: Engineering and Industrial Technology:

  • Electrical Works and Repairs
  • Welding and Fabrication
  • Plumbing and Pipe Fitting

Cluster 2: Hospitality and Tourism Services:

  • Catering Craft Services


At the end of the three years of Basic Education, students shall be presented for the JSS examination of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) of Ondo State Ministry of education, the High school students will be presented for the Joint SS2 Promotion Examinations and Continuous Assessment, WAEC/ NECO examinations in SS3. The Technical education students will be presented for the NABTEB examinations, the Federal Craft Certificate and the trade tests in their areas of skill development. All these examinations are all external examinations regulated by government agencies. Successful students will be awarded with the relevant certificates as approved by the relevant examination agencies.

The College will issue its own institutional Testimonial to every student that completed the three year programme.

Method of Assessment/Evaluation

The assessment/evaluation shall cover areas of theory, practical and industrial training.

Industrial Training

The trainees/students for National Technical Certificate (NTC) shall have 480 hours industrial training per year. These hours are spent in the industry after the completion of the second year and before commencing the third year. This is outside the practical experiences embedded in the curriculum.

The industrial training shall be done by daily log book recording and the report shall be endorsed on daily basis by the industry-based supervisor.

Every student must have an industry-based supervisor

Appointment of External Assessor(s)

For Technical Education, external Assessors shall be appointed to moderate the terminal and final examinations.

Trade Tests and Federal Craft certificates shall require one external assessor from the relevant industry to assess the students’ Industrial and Practical works and grade accordingly.

Final Projects

Students shall carry out supervised project comprising physical production only.

Information Communication and Technology (ICT)

ICT is mandatory for all students. Any graduating student from the College must be computer literate at the end of the studies.