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RSLAF VOC-TEC College Opens Soon

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RSLAF VOC-TEC College Opens Soon

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At the technical planning meeting held recently in the conference hall of the Armed Forces Educational Centre (AFEC) at Wilberforce, the Commanding Officer of AFEC, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Bockarie said that the mission of the college is to provide quality education and professional career development for military personnel, their dependants and the general public by providing marketable skills, training and relevant tertiary education needed for the advancement of the RSLAF and the country as a whole.

He confirmed that the college would start its maiden academic year in October 2018; kicking off with programs such as National Vocational Certificate (NVC), National Technician Certificate (NTC) and National Diploma (ND).

Highlighting the courses for the various programs of study, Lieutenant Colonel said the courses for the NVC would include Masonry, Carpentry, Metal Work, Tailoring, Refrigeration and Music. He added that the NTC courses would cover Business Studies, Catering, Computer Science, Automobile Technology, Building Technology, Electrical and Electronics Technology, Mechanical Technology and Fashion and Designing.

He added that courses for ND would cover Business Administration, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Accounting and Finance, Food and Beverage Production, Software Programs, Computer Hardware Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Building and Civil Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Fashion and Designing and Nursing (Diploma).

In his brief contribution, the Director of National Council of Technical, Vocational and other Academic Awards (NCTVA), Alhaji Mohamed Jalloh commended the RSLAF leadership for the brilliant move to introduce education for self-reliance in the country. He added that the various courses would help military personnel as well as ordinary civilians acquire skills that would position them to meet future employment challenges.

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