We are excited to announce a new development in our ongoing efforts to enhance the practical skills of our electrical students at the Centre of Practical Skills (CoPS). Through a collaboration with the Directorate of Entrepreneurship (DOE) of Godfrey Okoye University, our students have received faulty electrical equipment from the Godfrey Okoye University community.

We express our gratitude to the DOE for providing us with a range of spoilt electrical items, including a grinding machine, electric water boiler, pressing iron, UPS, and stabilizers. This donation serves as an invaluable resource for our students to gain hands-on experience in troubleshooting and repairing these devices.

The periodic request for spoilt equipment from the DOE will become a significant aspect of our training program. By working on these real-world electrical devices, our students will further strengthen their skills and become better prepared for the challenges they may encounter in their future careers.

We are proud of the dedication and commitment shown by our students as they tackle the repair tasks assigned to them. Through this initiative, we aim to foster practical expertise and problem-solving abilities, ensuring that our students are well-equipped for success in the field of electrical engineering.

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the DOE for their support and partnership in providing these valuable learning opportunities. The collaboration between CoPS and the DOE demonstrates our shared commitment to equipping students with the skills necessary for a fulfilling and successful professional journey.

For more information about CoPS, reach out to us directly. Let’s continue to empower students and nurture their talents for a brighter future.

Centre of Practical Skills (CoPS) is implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) and funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) via the project “Skills Development for Youth Employment” which is implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, GIZ Nigeria & ECOWAS and co-funded by the Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC).