Ebredeni Ebiegberi 2 years ago 7/22/2020 4:32:03 PM
The way you dress is the way you are addressed. Until the NATE N COREN realise that a postgraduation training is needed my all fresh engineering graduate to make them qualified engineers,technologist before they can be recognise n appreciated. So I will suggest that the professional body mostly COREN establish a training school for fresh graduates so that they can fully be introduced into the society as professioners in their various fields. That is major problem of the engineert
Ebredeni Ebiegberi 2 years ago 7/22/2020 4:10:30 PM
The presenter failed to mention the role not play by the professional bodies e.g NATE n COREN. Unlike other professional field e.g. law n medicine, the engineering profession has no training school after graduation from the tertiary institutions. Until this is identify as the major problem of the engineering profession, the professional can never be recognised or appreciated by all. To be a practicing lawyer you must pass out from law school, for medicine you have an housemanship to make you a doctor why then is the envy field different.
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Ebredeni Ebiegberi 1 year ago 12/1/2021 1:19:06 PM
My input is that the various professional bodies and the regulatory body COREN should rise up to their responsibilities no as administrators or politicians but as professionals on whom the success of Nigeria technologically and productionwise depends on. Sad to while we blame the political class it is obvious the the various bodies and COREN have not done enough to promote the importance of the engineering profession to nation's development. Thank God, the hnd/Bsc discrimination has been made offensive constitutionally waiting presidential assent and this they must bring to fruition. Most pertinent is our taking charge of the political appointment that within our jurisdiction, until this is done the relevance of the engineering profession is been toyed with and the maintenance culture will continue to be a mirage.