FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ILARO DRIVING SCHOOL ADVERT

2021-04-26 08:04:10

                                               THE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ILARO,

                                                   SCHOOL OF PART-TIME STUDIES

                                                                   Offers in the

                        DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PLANNING & MANAGEMENT

                                                                  A Part-Time

                        DRIVING/DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS PROGRAMMES APPROVED BY

                                            FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY CORPS (FRSC)

                                                       Leading to the award of:

• Graduate Driving Certificate with National Driver’s License

• Technical Certificate in Driving Instructions

• Professional Diploma Programmes In Driving Instructions

GOAL

These programmes are designed to produce skilled drivers and Professional Driving Instructors  with sound practical driving skills, safety consciousness and in-depth knowledge in driving  techniques.

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

A Graduate of any of the programmes would have the opportunity to be:

i. An Entrepreneur that could establish and manage a Driving School

ii. A Safety Officer to a private or public Garage/Motor park

iii. A Manager of Drivers in an Organization

iv. A Registered Certified Instructor with the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and  would have the authority to train would-be-drivers

v. A Road Safety Public Enlightenment Officer of a Traffic Management Agency

vi. A Fleet Manager in any public or private organization

vii. A Manager of a Public Motor Park.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1. Graduate Driving Training

Three (3) credit passes in Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE)or NTC/NBC

or General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary level with at least a Pass in English Language

OR

Junior Secondary Certificate (JSC)

Must not be less than 18 years old

Must be physically and mentally fit [Medical Certificate of fitness required]

 

2. Technical Certificate Programme in Driving Instruction

Three (3) credit passes in Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE)or NTC/NBC

or General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary level with at least a Pass in English Language

OR

Junior Secondary Certificate (JSC) with 5-Year evidence of Driving Instruction

OR

First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) with an evidence of a 10-year Driving Instruction.

Driver’s License with a minimum of three (3) years driving experience without unsafe driving

record

Must not be less than 21 years old

Must be physically and mentally fit [Medical Certificate of fitness required]

 

3. Professional Diploma Programme in Driving Instruction

Applicants with the following qualifications are eligible to apply for admission into the  Professional Diploma Programme in Driving Instruction:

National Diploma (ND) or National Certificate of Education (NCE) or Higher National Diploma  (HND) or Bachelor of Science (BSc) in any discipline

Driver’s License with a minimum of three (3) years driving experience without unsafe

driving record

Must not be less than 24 years old

Must be physically and mentally fit [Medical Certificate of fitness required]

WHO SHOULD APPLY:

• Individuals who Intend to Become Professional Drivers

• Proprietors/Instructors of Driving Schools

• Public and Private Motor Parks Managers• Transport Union Officials

• Fleet Managers

• Road Transport Safety Officers

MODE OF STUDY: the programmes will be on part-time weekend basis (Fridays, Saturdays and  Sundays). Four (4) weeks for graduate Driving Certificate and Sixteen (16) weeks for Driving

Instruction programme.

Method of application:

Candidate seeking admission into any of the programmes should visit the Federal Polytechnic  website: www.federalpolyilaro.edu.ng and purchase the registration form online with FIVE  THOUSAND NAIRA (N5, 000.00). Complete the form with the necessary information and  submit. Only qualified candidate will be given admission.

Application close: Six weeks from the date of this publication