The College is committed to the concept that education is a lifelong process and that, in this rapidly changing world, adults must find meaningful ways to adapt to the challenges facing them.
Accordingly, the Department of Continuing Education has been established to address the continuing learning needs of the general public, so as to assist adults to broaden their knowledge, skills and attitudes through the provision of structured, learning experience.
The Department is responsible for the organisation, administration and coordinaton of evening part-time courses, programmes, workshops, seminars, day-release courses for employed persons, and other modes of formal learning designed for career enhancement or general interest.
The Department of Continuing Education offers a variety of quality courses and activities designed to meet the general and specific educational needs of the participants - having clear goals and learning outcomes; employing appropriate content and delivery methods; having effective evaluation procedures; and supported by an appropriate administrative organization.
Distance Education/Opening Learning Systems are designed to enable learners to access educational opportunities and tailor their education to suit their needs. With instructional materials available at a distance education modality, it will attempt to make Tertiary level Education more democratic by extending learning opportunities to people of various levels who do not have access to the traditional modes of education.
Academic Year 2011-2012