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The Centre has the mandate to train both full-time and part-time students. The courses offered by CEDVS are:


·         Introduction to Entrepreneurship (EEd 116)


·         Practice of Entrepreneurship (EEd 216)


·         Entrepreneurship Development I (EEd 316) and


·         Entrepreneurship Development (II) (EEd 416).


The courses listed above are theories and are offered during first semester while skill acquisition courses which include:


·         EEd 126,


·         EEd 226,


·         EEd 326 and


·         EEd 426 are offered during Second Semester.


Improving access to Vocational Education and Training and alleviating poverty through skills acquisition and development are key concerns of the Centre for Entrepreneurship Development and Vocational Studies (CEDVS). In furtherance of this objective, the Centre also embarked on the train-the-trainers workshop from 10th-18th January, 2011. The workshop was aimed at imparting knowledge of entrepreneurship to staff. Currently, the Centre offers eleven (11) skill acquisition courses and are listed as follows:


(i)                 Aquaculture (fish farming) Unit


(ii)               Apiculture (Bee keeping and Honey production) Unit


(iii)             Snailery Unit


(iv)             Tie and Dye/Batik Unit


(v)               Soap Production Unit


(vi)             Crop Production Unit


(vii)           Poultry Farming Unit.


(viii)         Simple Electrical Gadget Unit


(ix)             Welding and Fabrication Unit


(x)               Bakery & Confectionary Unit


(xi)             Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Unit


(xii)           Fashion Design Unit


(xiii)         Ceramic and Tiles Unit

CEDVS has observed over the years the growing trend of graduate unemployment in Nigeria with attendant socio-economic problems that it has caused. Based on the mandate given to Nigerian higher institutions to embark on compulsory entrepreneurship programme for all undergraduates, the CEDVS of The Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti has started Skill Acquisition programmes in thirteen skills/trades. The objective is to produce graduates that have the necessary entrepreneurial skills that would make them to be self-employed and also employers of labour.

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