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Technical Report On Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) In An International Television

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Preface

Table of content

Chapter One

Introduction / meaning of SIWES

Brief History of SIWES

Aims and Objective of SIWE

Chapter Two

History of the organization

Objective of the organization

Various department

Organisation structure and chart

Chapter Three

SIWES experience

Chapter Four

Experience gain

Chapter Five

Challenges

Problem encountered during the attachment and solution

Conclusion

Recommendation


CHAPTER ONE

1.1 INTRODUCTION

SIWES was established by Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in 1973 to solve the problem of lack of adequate practical skills preparatory for employment in industrial by Nigerian graduates of tertiary institution.

The scheme exposes student to industry based skills necessary for a smooth transition from the classroom to the world of work. It affords student of tertiary institution the opportunity of being familiarized and exposed to the needed experience in handling machinery and equipment which are usually not available in the educational institution.

Participation in SIWES has become a necessary pre-condition for the award of Diploma and Degree Certificates in specific discipline in most institution of higher learning in the country, in accordance with the education policy of government.

 

1.2 DEFINITION OF SIWES

SIWES is the Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme students are out annually to professional organization relevant to their course of study with the help of the institution based coordinator. The scheme takes up at the end of the first year during the ND programme for science oriented course, study in polytechnics.

 

1.3 PURPOSE OF SIWES

In the earlier stage, student are graduating without any technical knowledge or working experience and this makes them to undergo further training after securing an employment. With this reason, student industrial training was established.

During this programme, as designed by the ITF, student are expected to get technical assistance and acquire more experience scheme in their chosen field of study and exposed them to the usage of source machines and safety precaution where relevant before the completion of their programme in their various institutions.

 

1.4 AIMS AND OBJECTIVE OF SIWES

The Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme was setup, primarily with the aims of performing some kinds of objectives and operations, which included:

To provide an avenue for student in the Nigerian Institution to acquire industrial skills and experience during their course of study.

To prepare students for the work situation they are likely to meet after graduation.

To allow the transition phase from school to the world of working environment easier and facilitate students contact for later job placements.

To provide student with an opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge in real work situation thereby bridging the gap between theory and practice.

Inclusively, it also designed to unveiled the skills of students of Nigeria Tertiary Institution like Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education, Agriculture, Technology and Environment Studies.

 

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