Prof. Ayotola AREMU




Send Message


View Profile                          |        View CV



  1. Practical Skill Development: Vocational education focuses on developing practical skills, competencies, and technical expertise required for specific trades or industries.

  2. Hands-on Training: It involves hands-on training, apprenticeships, or internships, providing real-world experiences in various vocational fields such as plumbing, carpentry, automotive, or hospitality.

  3. Industry-Relevant Curriculum: Vocational education aligns its curriculum with industry standards, preparing individuals for specific vocations and ensuring relevance in the job market.

  4. Innovation and Entrepreneurship: It fosters innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurial mindsets, encouraging individuals to develop innovative solutions and business ventures within vocational fields.

  5. Technical and Engineering Skills: Engineering education focuses on technical skills, problem-solving, and engineering principles, preparing individuals for careers in engineering and technological innovation.

  6. Applied Sciences and Technology: It involves applied sciences, technology, and engineering practices, integrating theoretical knowledge with practical applications in various industries.

  7. Career Pathways and Job Opportunities: Vocational, innovation, and engineering education offer diverse career pathways and job opportunities in technical fields, promoting job readiness and employability.

  8. Industry Collaboration and Technological Advancements: It encourages collaboration with industries, staying updated with technological advancements, and adapting education to meet evolving industry needs.

Vocational, innovation, and engineering education cater to specialized skill development, technical proficiency, and innovation capabilities, preparing individuals for success in technical professions, entrepreneurial endeavors, and contributing to technological advancements.