Computer Engineering School
The Computer Engineering School (CES) was set up basically to train the staff and students of the College on Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Recently, a new ICT Centre with more recent facilities was built and equipped by the Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) for the College. This was commissioned in November 2013 and has greatly assisted in the upgrade of the CES. In view of this and in line with the current accreditation drive of the College, the CES is to commence full operation as National Diploma (ND) awarding department. Accordingly, a resource verification visit was conducted by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) in Jan 14. This would enable the CES to commence full operation in this regard.
At present, the School runs Computer Awareness/Appreciation Courses for the staff and students of the College. The School also handles all core computer courses for the other Schools in the College.
Boosted by an ARI Engine Room Simulator, which the college took delivery on Aug 13. The ARI Engine Room simulator provides facilities to meet the national and international training requirements for engineer officers and technicians. The simulator demonstrates many different functions on control panels and graphic display and the trainees can interact as well as monitor these functions. The simulated engine room is based on the machinery found on Medium Speed Ship (MSS).
At present, the School runs Computer Awareness/Appreciation Courses for the staff and students of the College. The CES also handles all core computer courses for the other Schools in the College. There are various computer courses being run in the School. These are shown as follows: Introduction to Computer Software and hardware for ND I Weapon Engineering School (WEES) & Automobile School (AMS), Introduction to Computer Aided Design for HND I WEES & Marine Engineering School (MES), Data Communication & Networking for HND I WEES & MES, Computer Programming for HND I WEES, Computer Packages for HND I WEES, Microprocessor Application & Handing for HND II WEES, Computer Hardware Maintenance & Repairs for HND II WEES, Digital Techniques & Data Handling for Leading Mechanical Course (LMC), Basic Computer Science for LMC and Computer Application Course for Officer’s Application Course.
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