Welcome to INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Rev. Canon Nwafuluaku

Dean,
INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Welcome to the School of Industrial Technology Education where we power the engine of National Development. Remember, no technology, no development.


About

The School of Industrial Technical Education (SITE) was among the three schools which admitted the very first batch of students for the NCE programme in 1989/90 academic session. On 10th May 1990, the school commenced lectures with about 35 students for the 1999/90 session. Messrs M.E. Ezeabikwa, R.N.C. Udu, E.J. Ezubelu, M.N. Esomonu, G.A.O. Ogalanya and a few others were among the pioneer staff that saw these through the 1989/90 academic session.

Prior to the establishment of the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) by Decree No. 3 of 1989, the job of superintending NCE technical teacher education was vested on the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).

Thus the only existing NCE Technical Teacher Education curriculum in May 1990 was that patented under the auspices of the NBTE. However, not quite long after its establishment, the NCCE released the maiden issue of the Minimum Standards for NCE teachers which were a revised and reviewed version of the NBTE syllabus.

A period of 3 years meritorium was given to colleges to switch over to the Minimum Standards. In pursuance of its primary statutory function, the NCCE paid a pre-accreditation visit to the college in 1992, while the actual accreditation exercise took place in April 1994.

Based on the maiden issue of the NCE Minimum Standards, students in the School of Industrial Technical Education were allowed to specialize in only 4 trade areas. However, with the coming into effect of the revised minimum standards in November 1996, Automobile Technology Education became the 5th distinct trade areas in which students could specialize.

Thus, at present, the 5 trade areas in which students can specialize include:
– Automobile Technology Education
– Building Technology Education
– Electrical Electronics Education
– Mechanical/Metal Work Technology Education, and –
Wood Work Technology Education.

Technical Drawing is a compulsory course for all students in the School of Industrial Technical Education. Over the years, SITE has grown both in students’ population and infrastructural facilities. It must however be placed on record that the quantity and quality of tools and equipment procured for the School of Industrial Technical Education in the last 18 months by far out-numbered those procured for the school in the first eight years of its existence.

The School has from inception benefitted from the experiences and leadership skills of the following officers who served as Deans.
They include:
Aguiyi, S.A.-1990 – 1991
Ogalanya, G.A.O.-1991 – 1992
Esomonu, M.N.-1992 – 1996
Agbai, J.O.-1996 – 1996
Udu, R.N.C.-1996 – 1998
Ogalanya, G.A.O.-1998 – 2002
Esomonu, M.N.-2003 – 2004
Rev. Canon Nwafuluaku-2004 – 2006
Ezeabikwa, M.E.-2006 – 2010
Rev. Canon Nwafuluaku-2010 – 2012
Dr. Anene Comas N.-2012 – 2014
Dr. Omeje Hyginus O.-2014 – 2016
Dr. Anene Cosmas N.- 2016
Rev. Canon Nwafuluaku - 2016 – Date

The school graduated 20 students as the first batch of NCE graduates in the 1991/92 and since then the school has been graduating students in the trade areas. The academic programmes of the school were among the college programmes accredited in September 1999, and presented 42 students for the NCE final examinations in the 1999/2000 session. Although the staff strength has fluctuated over the years, the School now enjoys the services of 39 seasoned and dedicated academic staff, and 10 strong and hardworking support staff.

Almost all the academic staff within are engaged in staff development to meet with the conditions of their service. Mention should be made of the staff who labored or are still laboring to keep this school. They are:

S/N. NAME OF STAFF(Academic Staff) RANK REMARK
1. Dr. G.A. Ogalanya Dean Rrd.
2. Mr. M.E. Ezeabikwa Chief Instructor
3. Mr. E.J. Ezubelu “ “
4. Mr. R.N.C. Udu Deceased
5. Mr. M.N. Esomonu Chief Instructor
6. Mr. V.E. Onweh Withdrawn
7. Mr. J.O. Agbai Lecturer I
8. Mr. E.I. Okeke Withdrawn
9. Mr. C. U. Obi Chief Instructor
10. Rev. M.N. Nwafuluaku Chief Lecturer
11. Mr. W.J.D. Obi Principal Lecturer
12. Mrs.F.N. Nnajiofor Withdrawn
13. Anene, Cosmas N. Chief Lecturer
14. Omeje, H.O. Withdrawn
15. Mkpozi, Humphrey C. Principal Technician
16. Nwankwo, Samuel A. Senior Lecture
17. Nwokoye S. K. Principal Lecturer
18 Onwubiko Godwill Lecturer II
19 Idubor Davidson Senior Instructor
20 Uka Chukwuma Lecturer III
21 Okafor Ikenna “ “
22 Eze Chinwe P. Lecturer II
23 Obi, Catherine C. Lecturer III
24 Akamobi, Ogochukwu Lecturer III
25 Ifeakanwa Uchenna Snr. Instructor
26 Adejare, O. G. “ “
27 Achike, M. K. Lecturer III
28 Aduhuekwe, F. I Lecturer III
29 Anaekwe, D.O. Princ. Instructor
30 Okolo Ikenna K. Lecturer III
31 Aniero, C.J. Lecturer III
30 Mojekwu, O.E. Lecturer II
31 Nwankwo James O. Snr. Instructor
32 Nwambu Chidume, N. Lecturer III
33 Nweke Jane, N. Lecturer III
34 Nnadi Kizito J. Assistant Lecturer
35 Ugwuegbulem Pedro A. Lecturer III
36 Igbokwe Nkemakolam Assistant Lecturer
37 Odeluga Peter E. Assistant Lecturer
38 Ezenwa, C.G. “ “
39 Tsetim Terhemen Theophilus “ “
40 Mgbojikwe Godson Uzo “ “
41 Mba Wilfred C. “ “
42 Anozie Felix Terminated
43 Agbo Benjamin, C. withdrawn
44 Dr. Nwachukwu, A.O. Lecturer II
45. Ikeme Nnamdi Lecturer

Absconded NON -TEACHING STAFF
1. Ademulegun Adekunle E. Admin. Officer I
2. Ikeakor, Chinyere O. Chief Executive Officer
3. Offor Fidelia C Executive Officer
4. Onyegiri Robinson I Snr. Technical Officer
5. Odoh, Nathaniel N. Higher Technical Officer
6. Okeh Calistus O. Higher Technical Officer
7. Okonkwo Elizabeth N. Asst. chief Ex. officer
8. Onwuka Ngozi, A. Snr. Clerical Officer
9. Okechukwu Emmanuel Snr. Craftsman
10 Nnadi, EI. Admin Officer
11. Nwamaradi, P.A. Secretary

The following courses are offered in the School of Industrial Technical Education:
Introduction to Metal Work Introduction to Wood work
Introduction to Electrical/Electronics
Introduction to Building Construction
Introduction to Automobile Technology
Fundamental of Technical Drawing
Applied Mechanics Algebra
Introduction to physical Chemistry
Thermal Physics
Introduction to Vocational Technical Education
Sheet Metal Work
Wood Technology
Magnetism and Electromagnetism Building Science/Material Auto mechanics (Transmission) Descriptive Geometric/Pic.
Drawing Fluid
Calculus Mechanics and Properties of Matter
Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
Foundry and Forging Machine
Wood Work I
Electrical Measurement/Testing Instrument
Building Construction Methods II
Auto Breaking Suspension and Electrical System
Engineering Graphics Heat Engines
Materials Technology Vector and Co-ordinate Geometry Machine
Shop Practice Wood Design Construction and Finishing Electronics Devices
Elementary Structural Design
Automobile engine
Electrical Electronics
Drawing Special Methodology Trigonometry and Functions
Auto Workshop Practice Auto Mechanics II (Fueling and Air-Conditioning System)
Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Maintenance and Repairs of Mechanical
Equipment School Workshop Management Building Drawing Land Survey
Construction Methods II Building
Maintenance and Repairs Electrical
Machines and Power Elecommunications
Electrical/Electronics Design and Drawing
Maintenance and Repairs Machine shop Practice II
Advance Fabrication and Welding
Mechanical Drawing Maintenance and Repairs
Rehabilitation of Wood Work Items and Upholstery Machine
Wood Working II
Maintenance & Repairs of Wood Work Equipment and Items

Vision

The vision of the School of Industrial Technology Education is to produce teachers and graduates with broad, functional and practical knowledge in the various areas of Technical Education

Mission

The vision of the School of Industrial Technology Education is to produce teachers and graduates with broad, functional and practical knowledge in the various areas of Technical Education