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Training is a key factor in enhancing the efficiency and expertise of the workforce. The Students Industrial Work Experience (SIWES) scheme prepares students for the labor markets. It has become an innovative phenomenon in human resources development and training in Nigeria since it’s establishment in the year 1971 and has since been operated within the content of the law that established it (Dec 47 of 1971). ECT is obviously a skill-oriented program and to acquire adequate skills, training must occur in the appropriate environment. Practical knowledge relates to doing. According to Ochiagha practical knowledge is learning without which mastery of an area of knowledge may be too difficult to achieve. Practical knowledge involves developing skills through the use of tools or equipment to perform tasks that are related to a field of study. No society can achieve meaningful progress without encouraging its youth to acquire necessary practical skills. Such skills enable them to harness available resources to meet the needs of the society. It was against this background that SIWES, otherwise referred to as Industrial Training (IT), was introduced in Nigerian tertiary institutions. SIWES is a skill development program designed to prepare students of universities, polytechnics/monotechnics, and colleges of education for transition from the college environment to work. Oyedele stated that work experience is an educational program in which students participate in work activities while attending school. This work experience program gives students the opportunity to be part of an actual work situation outside the classroom. SIWES is a cooperative industrial internship program that involves institutions of higher learning, industries, the federal government of Nigeria, Industrial Training Fund (ITF), Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC) and NBTE/NCCE in Nigeria. Students that participate in this work experience program include those studying engineering, vocational, technological, and related courses in institutions of higher learning. SIWES forms part of the approved minimum academic standards in these institutions. SIWES is a core academic requirement. This requirement must be met by all students in Electronics and Computer Technology(ECT) before graduation. The training program is undertaken in the fourth year of a five-year degree program. Additionally, the scheme exposes the students to work methods, gives the student the basic skills needed to unveil the theoretical knowledge acquired in classrooms and transform it into practical experience in handling of equipments, components and machine which may not be available in the University.
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by chima on March 17th, 2011 at 12:34 pm
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University of Calabar
Faculty of Science
Department of Physics (Electronic and Computer Technology unit)
Industrial Training Report
At
Inspiragh Technologies Ltd
#55 Owerri Road Nnewi, Anambra State

By:
UMEH, GERALD OFFORDILE
06/45119
Course Code: ECT 4500

Submitted to:

PROF. A. I. MENKITI
Department of Physics

(Electronic and Computer unit)

University of Calabar
Calabar

In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement for the Award of Bachelor of Science
Degree (B.sc) In Electronics and Computer Technology

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Chapter One
1.0 Introduction
1.1
Aims and Objectives of the SIWES Program

Chapter Two
2.0
Address, History and Services of Inspiragh Technologies
2.1
ORGANOGRAM of Inspiragh Technologies

Chapter Three
3.0
The work area Covered
3.1
Hyper Text Mark-Up Language (HTML)
3.2
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS)
3.3 Adobe
Dreamweaver
3.4 Adobe
fireworks
3.5 swish
Max
3.6 PHP
3.7 MySql
3.8 Computer
(Hardware/Software) Installation & Maintainace
3.9
Coupling, installation and repair of other IT and Electronics equipments
3.1.0 Closed Circuit television (CCTV)
3.1.1 Digital Satellite Television
3.1.2 Anti-Virus

Chapter Four
4.0
Skills Acquired at Inspiragh Technologies

Chapter Five
5.0 Problems
Encountered

Chapter Six
6.0 Recommendations

Chapter Seven
7.0 Conclusion



 



 

DEDICATION

From the depth of my heart, I dedicate this report to The Lord Almighty, The father of our
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ whose mercies remain infinite and to my parents Mr. and Mrs.
Umeh, Godwin Chidi. For their love, support and care throughout the period of my industrial
training.













































 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 

May all glory, honour and adoration be unto The Lord Almighty, The father of our Lord and
Saviour Jesus Christ whose mercies remained infinite during my industrial training period.

My most sincere gratitude goes also, to the coordinator of Electronics and Computer
Technology (ECT) unit, department of Physics, University of Calabar, Prof. A. I. Menkiti for
being not just a lecturer but more than a father.

I wish to say a big thank you to Mr. Godwin Chimeziri (The manager of Inspiragh
Technologies) who also was my supervisor during my training, and the entire staff of
Inspiragh Technologies.

Finally, To all my sibblings and friends (Stevebryan Ofem, Richard Ekanen, Pastor K.C
Ojukwu, Adaeze Anyaegbunam, Imaobong Udofia, Uju Umeh, Daniel Umeh, Barr. Solowise
Ezike ...) It’s indeed a very long list but just know that you have affected my life in a very
special way and for that, you are always and forever appreciated.

The staff and students of Physics department, University of Calabar for having always been
there for me, You are the best.





















 


ABSTRACT

In respect to the federal government’s policy, that all part IV (400 level) undergraduates of
Electronic and Computer Technology unit of Physics department in the University of Calabar
must proceed on industrial training under the Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme
(SIWES) scheme which is aimed at exposing the students to practical challenges ahead of
them in the labour market upon graduation.
I have benefited immensely from this program and this technical report covers the months of
my attachment with Inspiragh Technologies, Nnewi. It covers the day to day activities during
my stay at Inspiragh Technologies. This report therefore highlights the training process and
the experiences acquired in the various areas of Information Technology and other electronic
devices.
The challenges encountered during the program with solutions which I think if implemented
will improve the industrial training scheme is also included in this report.




















 



CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.0
The Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES)
Training is a key factor in enhancing the efficiency and expertise of the workforce.
The Students Industrial Work Experience (SIWES) scheme prepares students for the labor
markets. It has become an innovative phenomenon in human resources development and
training in Nigeria since it’s establishment in the year 1971 and has since been operated
within the content of the law that established it (Dec 47 of 1971).

ECT is obviously a skill-oriented program and to acquire adequate skills, training must occur
in the appropriate environment.

Practical knowledge relates to doing. According to Ochiagha practical knowledge is learning
without which mastery of an area of knowledge may be too difficult to achieve. Practical
knowledge involves developing skills through the use of tools or equipment to perform tasks
that are related to a field of study.
No society can achieve meaningful progress without encouraging its youth to acquire
necessary practical skills. Such skills enable them to harness available resources to meet the
needs of the society. It was against this background that SIWES, otherwise referred to as
Industrial Training (IT), was introduced in Nigerian tertiary institutions.
SIWES is a skill development program designed to prepare students of universities,
polytechnics/monotechnics, and colleges of education for transition from the college
environment to work. Oyedele stated that work experience is an educational program in
which students participate in work activities while attending school. This work experience
program gives students the opportunity to be part of an actual work situation outside the
classroom.
SIWES is a cooperative industrial internship program that involves institutions of higher
learning, industries, the federal government of Nigeria, Industrial Training Fund (ITF),
Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC) and NBTE/NCCE in Nigeria. Students that
participate in this work experience program include those studying engineering, vocational,
technological, and related courses in institutions of higher learning. SIWES forms part of the
approved minimum academic standards in these institutions. SIWES is a core academic
requirement. This requirement must be met by all students in Electronics and Computer
Technology(ECT) before graduation. The training program is undertaken in the fourth year
of a five-year degree program.
Additionally, the scheme exposes the students to work methods, gives the student the basic
skills needed to unveil the theoretical knowledge acquired in classrooms and transform it into
practical experience in handling of equipments, components and machine which may not be
available in the University.
1.1
Aims and objectives of the scheme
According to Eze, government did recognized the importance of SIWES through the establishment of 
the Industrial Training Fund (ITF). The ITF was established in 1971 and was charged with human 
resources development and training. Following the establishment of ITF, SIWES commenced in 1974 
with the aim of making education more relevant and to bridge the yawning gap between the theory 

 

and practice of engineering, technology, and science‐related disciplines in tertiary institutions in 
Nigeria. The specific objectives of SIWES were summarized by the federal government in its Gazette 
of April, 1978 as follows: 
* To provide an avenue for students in institutions of higher learning to acquire industrial
skills and experiences in their course of study
* To provide students with an opportunity to apply their knowledge in real work and actual
practice.
* To make the transition from school to the world of work easier and to enhance students
contacts for later job placement.
It is obvious that the reasons that led to the establishment of the program some decades ago
are today even more relevant due to rapid technological development, especially as it
concerns Electronics and Computer Technology.























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