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COURSES AND PLANNING

MEDIA AND MARKETING PLANNING

OVERVIEW: The modern business environmentis inherently changing, and evolving some varied changes and challenges. These challenges affect the business entity in various forms, including impacting on the entity’s ability to retain or win more customers. The emergence of information technology revolution has raised advertising profile beyond the localized level of print and radio, television advertising. The current state is the global audience model.

The skills afforded by training in planning holds the key to the breakthrough in raising the standard of advertising practices.

Designed for: People who want to exploit the Advertisement/Marketing opportunities in the public service, particularly, in management or planning positions, to lead the way to a new Advertisement/Marketing strategy. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services in Marketing in public sector.

AIM: The course is designed to equip students and Marketers with the requisite skills, knowledge and competence to understand Marketing evolution and challenges of workplace performance.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

 

FACULTY

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

COURSE CODES

PAPER 1

Media information & Communication Network

MMP/FF 1

PAPER 2

Strategic Marketing & Consumer Protection Planning

MMP/FF 2

PAPER 5

Multimedia Journalism Planning (Print, Radio, Television and Internet)

MMP/FI 5

PAPER 9

Marketing Communication Planning (Advertising)

MMP/FP 9

PAPER 13

Marketing Communication Planning (Public Relations)

MMP/FP 13

PAPER 14

Marketing Communication Planning (Sales Promotion)

MMP/FP 14

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT PLANNING

OVERVIEW: Business has remained a dominant global phenomenon since the industrial revolution. The separation of ownership and management has since remained a key impetus for the rapid growth and professionalism of management of businesses around the world.Businesses today are confronted with different types of risks and challenges associated with a constant changing environment. Business and Management Planning is taking the centre stage in the battle to restore and sustain the tradition of stewardship and transparency in management of organizations.

Designed for: People who want to exploit the opportunities in the public service, particularly, in management or planning positions, to lead the way to a new management paradigm. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services in change management in public sector.

AIM: The course is designed to equip students and managers with the requisite skills, knowledge and competence to understand management evolution and challenges of workplace performance.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

FACULTY

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

COURSE CODES

PAPER 1

Business Management Development Strategies

BMP/FF 1

PAPER 2

Risk and Change Management Planning

BMP/FF 2

PAPER 5

International Business Management Strategies

BMP/FI 5

PAPER 9

E-Business Management Strategies

BMP/FP 9

PAPER 13

Business Dynamics and Strategic Management

BMP/FP 13

PAPER 14

Capital Building Sustainability & Productivity Planning

BMP/FP 14

 

 

EDUCATIONAL PLANNING

OVERVIEW: Education and Training have assumed a global phenomenon and the centre-piece of career development. Most countries invest in massive education and training, but they end up with a huge burden of graduate unemployment. The social problems this created are due to poor career planning and lack of education integration in occupational development. This observation is common in many developing countries, thereby prompting the clamour for the restructuring of the governance profile of educational and training institutions and their learning infrastructures.

Designed for:People who want to exploit the educational/training opportunities in the public service, particularly, in training or planning positions, to lead the way to a new governance paradigm. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional educational services in the public sector.

AIM: this course is aimed at equipping the students with the skills and competence required to initiate and manage learning resources and training schemes.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

 

FACULTY

COURSE TITLE

COURSE CODES

PAPER 1

Educational & Training Needs Identification Planning

ETP/FF 1

PAPER 2

Pedagogy & Learning Environment Planning

ETP/FF 2

PAPER 5

Curriculum & Competence Development Planning

ETP/FI 5

PAPER 9

Educational & Training for Special/Challenged Persons

ETP/FP 9

PAPER 13

Educational and Occupational Planning Integration

ETP/FP 13

PAPER 14

Continuing Professional Education & Training Planning

ETP/FP 14

 

MEDIA AND MARKETING PLANNING

OVERVIEW: The modern business environmentis inherently changing, and evolving some varied changes and challenges. These challenges affect the business entity in various forms, including impacting on the entity’s ability to retain or win more customers. The emergence of information technology revolution has raised advertising profile beyond the localized level of print and radio, television advertising. The current state is the global audience model.

The skills afforded by training in planning holds the key to the breakthrough in raising the standard of advertising practices.

Designed for: People who want to exploit the Advertisement/Marketing opportunities in the public service, particularly, in management or planning positions, to lead the way to a new Advertisement/Marketing strategy. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services in Marketing in public sector.

AIM: The course is designed to equip students and Marketers with the requisite skills, knowledge and competence to understand Marketing evolution and challenges of workplace performance.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

 

FACULTY

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

COURSE CODES

PAPER 1

Media information & Communication Network

MMP/FF 1

PAPER 2

Strategic Marketing & Consumer Protection Planning

MMP/FF 2

PAPER 5

Multimedia Journalism Planning (Print, Radio, Television and Internet)

MMP/FI 5

PAPER 9

Marketing Communication Planning (Advertising)

MMP/FP 9

PAPER 13

Marketing Communication Planning (Public Relations)

MMP/FP 13

PAPER 14

Marketing Communication Planning (Sales Promotion)

MMP/FP 14

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT PLANNING

OVERVIEW: Business has remained a dominant global phenomenon since the industrial revolution. The separation of ownership and management has since remained a key impetus for the rapid growth and professionalism of management of businesses around the world.Businesses today are confronted with different types of risks and challenges associated with a constant changing environment. Business and Management Planning is taking the centre stage in the battle to restore and sustain the tradition of stewardship and transparency in management of organizations.

Designed for: People who want to exploit the opportunities in the public service, particularly, in management or planning positions, to lead the way to a new management paradigm. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services in change management in public sector.

AIM: The course is designed to equip students and managers with the requisite skills, knowledge and competence to understand management evolution and challenges of workplace performance.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

FACULTY

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

COURSE CODES

PAPER 1

Business Management Development Strategies

BMP/FF 1

PAPER 2

Risk and Change Management Planning

BMP/FF 2

PAPER 5

International Business Management Strategies

BMP/FI 5

PAPER 9

E-Business Management Strategies

BMP/FP 9

PAPER 13

Business Dynamics and Strategic Management

BMP/FP 13

PAPER 14

Capital Building Sustainability & Productivity Planning

BMP/FP 14

 

 

EDUCATIONAL PLANNING

OVERVIEW: Education and Training have assumed a global phenomenon and the centre-piece of career development. Most countries invest in massive education and training, but they end up with a huge burden of graduate unemployment. The social problems this created are due to poor career planning and lack of education integration in occupational development. This observation is common in many developing countries, thereby prompting the clamour for the restructuring of the governance profile of educational and training institutions and their learning infrastructures.

Designed for:People who want to exploit the educational/training opportunities in the public service, particularly, in training or planning positions, to lead the way to a new governance paradigm. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional educational services in the public sector.

AIM: this course is aimed at equipping the students with the skills and competence required to initiate and manage learning resources and training schemes.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

 

FACULTY

COURSE TITLE

COURSE CODES

PAPER 1

Educational & Training Needs Identification Planning

ETP/FF 1

PAPER 2

Pedagogy & Learning Environment Planning

ETP/FF 2

PAPER 5

Curriculum & Competence Development Planning

ETP/FI 5

PAPER 9

Educational & Training for Special/Challenged Persons

ETP/FP 9

PAPER 13

Educational and Occupational Planning Integration

ETP/FP 13

PAPER 14

Continuing Professional Education & Training Planning

ETP/FP 14

 

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ECONOMIC AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

OVERVIEW: In modern societies, proper management of enterprises, particularly, micro, small & medium scale enterprises, has in recent times gained increasing interests of experts and organizations globally. Planning as a key tool has a center position in the global economic strategy for the management of these enterprises. This course provides a deeper understanding of related topics which assist in applying planning principles to influence policies on development, particularly at the macroeconomic level.

Designed for:People who want to exploit the opportunities in the public service, particularly, in management or planning positions, to lead the way to a new governance paradigm. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services in change management in public sector.

AIM: The main aim of this course is to deepen the knowledge, skills and competence of students in planning and management of different sizes of businesses, taking account their peculiar characteristics and problems.

Objectives: The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

 

FACULTY

COURSE TITLE

COURSE CODE

PAPER 1

Micro, Small, Medium and Large Enterprises Development Planning

EFS/FF 1

PAPER 2

Social, Political & Economic change Planning

EFS/FF 2

PAPER 5

Global Economic Development & National Strategy

EFS/FI 5

PAPER 9

Wealth management and Poverty Alleviation Planning

EFS/FP 9

PAPER 13

Banking, Securities & Capital Market Development Planning

EFS/FP 13

PAPER 14

Economic and National Development Planning

EFS/FP 14

 

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OCEANOGRAPHY AND WATER RESOURCES PLANNING

Ocean and water resource has remained a global economic phenomenon from history, and still continues growing rapidly around the world. It contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where massive investments are attracted to the sector. However, not much economic use is made of our water and ocean resources in Nigeria. Much of the fish we consume is imported. Shipping is underdeveloped. Inland waterways transport service is almost negligible. Even the much publicized river Niger dredging project will be no more than a colossal waste of scarce resources, because the problem is not that of much sand at the river bed, but the paucity of water flowing down from the different dams built on the river. There is virtually no viable economic plan for improving the water resource sector. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the water resources industry in most countries, to arouse interest to explore how the industry can be better planned, marketed, and well managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the water resources industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors to tap water resources prospects. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to promote tourism, fishing, shipping and transport, etc .related to water resources.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in Planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in water resource planning, that has remained largely unexplored

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce high caliber international Planning Professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

OCEANOGRAPHY & WATER RESOURCES PLANNING OWR/FF1-FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Water Resources Development Planning

OWR/FF

1

Paper 2

Shipping, Maritime Transportation Planning

OWR/FF

2

Paper 5

Ocean Resource Exploitation Planning

OWR/FI

5

Paper 9

Ports, Terminals, Coastal Environment Development Planning

OWR/FP

9

Paper 13

Maritime Laws, (Policy, Labour, Security & Defense) Planning

OWR/FP

13

Paper 14

Ocean Regulations & Governance Planning

OWR/FP

14

 

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PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

Production has become a global economic phenomenon in recent times, growing rapidly around the world in the wake of the recovery from the global economic recession. It contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more resources are invested in production. However, not much production is going on in many countries. In fact as desirable as production is, many companies are folding up production or relocating their operations. Nothing by way of relief measure appears to be forthcoming from government. Unemployment threat has become aggravated. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the production industry in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the industry can be better planned, marketed, and well managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the production industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding for planners who wish to offer professional services to the ailing industry.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in Planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in production, that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIES PLANNING PIP / FF 1- FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Materials Handling and Distribution Logistics Planning

PIP/FF

1

Paper 2

Large Scale Systems Design and Analysis

PIP/FF

2

Paper 5

Production Economics and Managerial Accounting

PIP/FI

5

Paper 9

I Industrial Resources and Production Planning

PIP/FP

9

Paper 13

Systems Synthesis and (Digital/Robotics) Integrated Systems Automation Planning

PIP/FP

13

Paper 14

Production Process  Engineering and Management Planning

PIP/FP

14

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ENGINEERING SCIENCE PLANNING

 

Overview 
Engineering has become a global phenomenon, developing rapidly around the world; and constitutes the hub of transformation of scientific knowledge into assets for human well-being. It contributes substantially to the economy of many countries as more and more scientific feats are increasingly commercialized. However, in many developed countries, with scores of engineering and science faculties in universities, studies in these areas remain only in the realms of pure theory, without anything concrete developing out of their research efforts. Poor planning has been blamed for lack of engineering and scientific Advancements. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the engineering industry in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how Science and Engineering can be better planned, marketed, and well managed to meet public expectations.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the engineering and science industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors to ignite the practical revolution that has eluded the nation for years. It will be very rewarding for planners who wish to offer professional services to the industry to meet the increasing contemporary challenges.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in practical area that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives in the multiple sub-disciplines of engineering.

ENGINEERING CONSTITUENCIES PLANNING FACULTY ECP/ FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty Course Title Course Codes
Paper 1 Engineering and Technology Impact Development Planning ECP/FF 1
Paper 2 Design Dynamics and Mega Structures Planning ECP/FF 2
Paper 5 Engineering Applications and Modeling In Process Operations ECP/FI 5
Paper 9 Engineering Solutions In Sectors Development Planning (A- H) ECP/FP 9
A Housing and Estate Development Planning
B Mechanical Engineering Planning
C Electrical and Electronics Engineering Development Planning
D Telecommunications Engineering
E Civil and Structural Engineering
F Computer and Systems Software Engineering and Security Planning
G Petroleum and Gas and other Energy Engineering Planning
H Aeronautic and Marine Transport Engineering Planning
Paper 13 Engineering Management and Logistics Planning ECP/FP13
Paper 14 Engineering Development Challenges In Third World ECP/FP14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Engineering and Technology Impact Development Planning

ECP//FF

1

Paper 2

Design Dynamics and Mega Structures Planning

ECP//FF

2

Paper 5

Engineering Applications and Modeling In Process Operations

ECP//FI

5

Paper 9

Engineering Solutions In Sectors Development Planning (A- H)
A Housing and Estate Development Planning
B Mechanical Engineering Planning
C Electrical and Electronics Engineering Development Planning
D Telecommunications Engineering
E Civil and Structural Engineering
F Computer and Systems Software Engineering and Security Planning
G Petroleum and Gas and other Energy Engineering Planning
H Aeronautic and Marine Transport Engineering Planning

ECP//FP

9

Paper 13

Engineering Management and Logistics Planning

ECP//FP

13

Paper 14

Engineering Development Challenges In Third World

ECP//FP

14

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ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE PLANNING

Accounting and Finance has been global economic phenomenon from ancient times, and has today taken the central stage as the dominant language of business, growing rapidly around the world. It is the hub of substantially every economy, and the medium through which every action or event is translated and quantified into information for planning and decision making. This Faculty seeks to explore the nature and characteristics of accounting and finance as vital tools of planning. The new emphasis could arouse interest to explore strategies for improved quality and effectiveness of planning and how planning can be better marketed, managed and presented to facilitate plan implementation.

Designed for

People who want to exploit the opportunities in the world of planning, particularly, in management or planning positions in public and private sectors, as well as accountants and planners, who wish to offer multidisciplinary value added professional services to meet growing demands following the renewed planning emphasis..

Aims

-To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, for deeper knowledge and special skills built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation.

-To open new doors of opportunities to accountants and finance specialists to develop expertise and competences in planning; to break new grounds in planning that has remained largely unexplored.

-To equip IPN students and the public with reasonable accounting tools vital for quantifying financial values, and translating plans into financial languages useful for planning and implementation decisions.

Objectives

The programme emphasizes the importance of accounting and Finance as useful tools for planning. The culture of probity and compliance with stewardship responsibilities for entrusted resources derives roots from accounting. Hopefully this culture could stem the spate of endemic corruption through effective planning.

ACCOUNTING & FINANCE PLANNING AFP / FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Financial Accounting for Planning

AFP/FF

1

Paper 2

Cost and Management Accounting in Planning

AFP/FF

2

Paper 5

Budgeting and Control Strategies in Planning

AFP/FI

5

Paper 9

Quality and Compliance Assurance Planning

AFP/FP

9

Paper 13

Public Finance Management and Stewardship Planning

AFP/FP

13

Paper 14

Corporate Resources Governance Planning

   

 

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ASTRONOMY AND SPACE SCIENCE PLANNING

 

Overview
Astronomy and space science have become global economic and scientific phenomena in recent times, growing rapidly around the world. They contribute substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more resources are invested in the industry in pursuit of scientific development. In less developed countries, very little or no resources is voted for planning for astronomy and space science. Such adventure is passed for an exclusive reserve of the affluent countries. But, the fruits of space science, e.g. Satellite, abound around us, and we must act now before it gets late. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the space exploration, to arouse interest and explore how the industry can be better planned, marketed, and well managed.

Designed for

People who want to gain critical understanding of the complex nature of science and technology involved in space science of the past, present and future, with a view to exploiting the challenging opportunities in the space exploration industry, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to make pioneering careers in professional services to the industry in various positions.

Aims

To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in planning and plan implementation. The programme could open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in astronomy and space science, which has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives

The programme seeks to produce highly skilled international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel in the industry, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

ASTRONOMY AND SPACE SCIENCE PLANNING ASS/FF 1–FP

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Astronomy & Cosmology Science Planning

ASS/FF

1

Paper 2

Space Science Research & Technology Planning

ASS/FF

2

Paper 5

Observatory, Space Station & Space Exploration Planning

ASS/FI

5

Paper 9

Meteorology & Weather Research Planning

ASS/FP

9

Paper 13

Satellite Systems & Telecommunications Development Planning

ASS/FP

13

Paper 14

Cooperative Space Governance Planning

ASS/FP

14

 

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ENVIRONMENT AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Environmental issues have assumed a global phenomenon in recent times, rapidly generating massive public concerns around the world, especially in the wake of the prevailing climate change challenges. It contributes substantially to the painful emergencies of many countries where more and more places are becoming helpless victims of one climate related disaster or another. In spite of the obvious ominous climate change challenges to the entire planet earth, many countries lack any plan to deal with emergencies, and worse still, refuse to abide by international treaties on climate change. Scientists are increasingly blaring out warnings, but the current reality is that much of the warnings are falling on deaf ears! This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of these disasters to arouse public interest to explore how the world can better respond, manage and plan relief measures; while promoting long term feasible preventive solutions.

Designed for
People who want to gain practical skills and in-depth understanding of issues, to deal with the critical inter-relationship between environmental issues and social development of communities and the state. The Programme offers opportunities, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to the nations and other interest groups across the world in policy development and in implementing emergency measures.

Aims
– To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills
built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation.
– To open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in response to the phenomenal global climate
change challenges and the myriad of indeterminate aftermaths.
– To promote requisite skills development for a more efficient and effective handling of emergencies and
relief measures.
– To promote and influence the development and implementation of the required policies and actions
necessary to respond to, and ameliorate the problems of emergencies and climate change challenges.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce highly influential international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel in commercial and public service emergency related activities, either as professional planners; investors; stakeholders/or executives in agencies.

ENVIRONMENTAL & EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANNING EEM/ FF1- FP14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Ecosystem and Habitat Preservation Planning

EEM/FF

1

Paper 2

Urban & Rural Infrastructures Development Planning

EEM/FF

2

Paper 5

Environmental Challenges and Sustainability Planning

EEM/FI

5

Paper 9

Environmental Impact Assessment & Remediation Planning

EEM/FP

9

Paper 13

Global Environmental Challenge Management Planning

EEM/FP

13

Paper 14

Emergency Challenge Management Planning

EEM/FP

14

 

 

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ACADEMIC PLANNING

Overview

The need to provide a framework for the coordination of academic activities and programmes, particularly in higher education, thus helping to streamline unwarranted growth and development and duplication of academic programmes, and the imperative to maintain well-defined minimum standards have led to the creation of academic planning units in many tertiary educational institutions. This development has been associated with the need to have a crop of planning professionals to manage such units. This course exposes the student to the theory and practice of academic planning.

Aims

The main aim of this course is to expose the students to the general principles and practice of academic planning in tertiary educational institutions.

Objectives

At the end of the course, the student should be able to;

Appreciate the need for academic planning as tool for balancing the demand for, and supply of educational services, and

Understand the functions of a typical academic unit in tertiary educational institutions.

Course Structure/Description

A number of topics will be covered in this course. They include:

  • Planning in relation to academic programmes, student-intake, curriculum development, and physical planning
  • Philosophy and objectives of academic planning
  • Functions of the academic planning unit
  • Organization of academic planning units in tertiary educational institutions
  • Strategies for effective academic planning
  • Academic planning and quality assurance
  • Relationship between the academic planning and other units in tertiary educational institutions
  • Knowledge skills in academic planning
  • Basic Mathematics for academic planning
  • General computer skills for academic planning
  • Word processing and spreadsheet applications
  • Common software application packages (SPSS, STATA, STATISTIX, etc.)

Paper 2: INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR ACADEMIC PLANNING

Course Code: APL/FF 02

Overview

The practice of academic planning has evolved over time from when it was regarded as the responsibility of teachers and school administrators to its present state, where statutory authorities are vested with the responsibility to determine benchmarks and minimum standards. This course overviews the institutional framework for academic planning with special reference to the Nigerian experience.

Aims

The main aim of the course is to acquaint students with the range and functions of statutory agencies and internal systems that are charged with the responsibility of academic planning, with particular reference to Nigeria.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

  • Know the key milestones in the evolution of academic planning in Nigeria
  • Know the major agencies and institutions charged with the responsibility of academic planning, and
  • Articulate the organization pre-requisites for operating an efficient system of academic planning.

Course Structure/Description

Topics to be treated include

Evolution of academic planning as a distinct area of professionalism in tertiary educational institutions

  • The role of National Universities Commission and other government regulatory bodies
  • The role of Senate
  • Academic planning and Policy Committee
  • The role of faculties and the Postgraduate School
  • The regulatory framework and autonomy of administration
  • Constitutional issues in academic planning
  • National policies on education and implications for academic planning
  • Stakeholder identification in academic planning
  • Feedback systems in academic planning

Paper 9: QUALITY ASSURANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Course Code: APL/FP 9

Overview

Quality can be viewed as a grade of achievement, or a standard against which an institution, system, or product can be judged. Specifically, the quality of higher education can be judged by the relative degree of excellence in teaching, content of academic programmes, research and scholarship, staffing, students, infrastructural facilities such as laboratories and libraries, as well as services to the academic environment and the community. Establishing confidence bounds for these various indicators is what constitutes quality assurance. A key function of the academic planning unit in tertiary educational institutions is that of quality assurance. This course exposes the student to practical issues relating to quality assurance.

Aims

The main of the course is to expose students to issues relating to quality assurance, as well as the mechanisms through which better quality can be assured for higher education.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

Identify and articulate the key factors that determine the quality of higher education, and

  • Design operational logical frameworks for ensuring optimal quality in the delivery of higher educational services to intermediate and end-users.

Course Structure/Description

Topics to be covered include:

The concept of quality in educational services delivery

  • Factors influencing quality
  • Quality assurance and performance indicators in tertiary education
  • Classification of performance indicators
  • Performance indicators in the evaluation of quality of higher education
  • The National Universities Commission and the setting of quality standards in higher education
  • Components of academic quality
  • Funding of higher education
  • Library and information services
  • Limitations of the use of Performance Indicators
  • Accreditation and Re-accreditation requirements
  • Setting up new tertiary educational institutions and the role of regulatory authorities
  • Benchmarks and Minimum Academic Standards for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes
  • Achievement Tests for Admission into tertiary educational institutions
  • Internal quality control mechanisms and academic ethics
  • The role of Senate and other Committees
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of standards

Paper 13: FORECASTING MODELS FOR ACADEMIC PLANNING

Course Code: APL/FP 13

Overview

Forecasting is about predicting the future, based on knowledge of the present and the past. For most organizations, including higher educational institutions, forecasting has as much intermediate and long-term influence on the quality if output and services provided. Within the setting of managing educational institutions, educational and academic planning requires an efficient system of forecasting so as to balance the future workload of the system with the resources that are available. Consequently, there is need to have ready forecasts of growth in student population, budgetary requirements, staffing needs and other infrastructure.

Aims

The main aim of this course is to synergize and expand the student’s previous knowledge of quantitative and statistical methods, with special focus on the aspects that are more applicable to forecasting methods that are specifically appropriate for professional academic planning practice.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

Specify models of forecasting relevant to academic planning, based on theoretical and a priori criteria

  • Identify appropriate techniques for estimating such models
  • Evaluate such models on the basis of first-order and second-order criteria, and
  • Use the results of such models to make forecasts of student population, resource and budgetary requirements, infrastructural needs, internally generated revenue, fail-outs, etc.

Course Structure/Description

Topics to be covered include:

  • Meaning of Forecasting, and its significance in academic planning
  • Point, range and probability forecasts
  • Trend extrapolation techniques
  • Time series versus cross sectional Analysis
  • The importance of descriptive statistics
  • Predicting values, using mean, median or mode
  • The difference between fitting and forecasting
  • Basic Linear regression models
  • Simple Smoothing methods of forecasting
  • Multiple regression models of forecasting
  • Advanced econometric methods of forecasting
  • Addressing the problems of multi collinearly and autocorrelation
  • Establishing the forecasting power of an estimated econometric model
  • Forecasting with probabilistic models
  • Input-output Techniques for Forecasting
  • Advanced computer applications with PC-GIVE, E-VIEWS, MICROFIT, SHAZAM, RATS, etc)

Paper 14: KEY ISSUES IN ACADEMIC PLANNING IN AFRICA

Course Code: APL/FP14

Overview

The Nigerian tertiary educational system has recorded substantial expansion in the last decade, in terms of student population and number of institutions. This expansion has however not been accompanied by adequate funding for public tertiary institutions, and quality of teaching and research facilities has been progressively declining over the years. The situation is not better for the newly established private higher educational institutions. Thus the generally-acclaimed high standards with which the Nigerian higher educational system was associated in the past has been visibly threatened, to the extent that products of the system are sometimes rejected by employers, or made to face discriminatory practices by universities abroad when they apply for admission into postgraduate programmes. This course focuses on current key issues.

Aims

The main aim of this course is to enable the student identify the major problems confronting the Nigerian educational system, resolutions of which could ensure better standards and quality for Nigeria higher education.

Objectives

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

  • Identify the key problems facing the Nigerian tertiary educational system, and
  • Articulate the implications of the identified problems for academic planning
  • The course will also enable academic planning officers to play a more active role in influencing the direction and quality of academic services in their various institutions.

Course Structure/Description

Topics to be covered include:

  • Impact of academic instability on academic planning
  • Budgeting and funding issues in Nigerian tertiary education
  • The issue of academic autonomy
  • Exchange programmes and internationalization of tertiary education curricula
  • Globalisation, entrepreneurial issues in curriculum development and graduate employability
  • Ethical issues in quality assurance
  • Professionalisation of academic planning
  • Academic briefs and master plans for tertiary educational institutions
  • The changing roles of regulatory institutions and agencies in higher education
  • Developing indicators for the ranking of tertiary educational institutions
  • Impact of political interference on the quality of academic services
  • Accreditation of academic programmes
  • Carrying capacities for private and public tertiary educational institutions.
  • Academic briefs and master plans
  • Academic planning and curriculum development
  • Out-reach programmes and their impact on educational quality
  • Comparative academic planning

ACADEMIC PLANNING

FaFaculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Introduction to The Theory and Practice of Academic Planning

APL/FF

1

Paper 2

Institutional Framework for Academic Planning

APL/FF

2

Paper 5

Strategic Planning for Academic Planners

APL/FI

5

Paper 9

Quality Assurance in Higher Education

APL/FP

9

Paper 13

Forecasting Models in Academic Planning

APL/FP

13

Paper 14

Key Issues in Academic Planning

APL/FP

14

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AGRICULTURE & MINERALS RESOURCES PLANNING

Agriculture and mineral resources have been global economic phenomenon from ancient history. The demand for food/agricultural produce and minerals has grown rapidly across the world over thousands of years. Agriculture and Minerals resources constitute the economic mainstay of many countries. Increasing public concern about the acute state of food security in a starving world has been growing louder by the day. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the failed agricultural and Mining Industry in most countries, to arouse interest to explore how the industries can be better planned marketed, and well managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the agriculture and mining industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors, to restore the prime status of agriculture as the nation’s mainstay. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to meet the increasing demands expected from the new emphasis on agriculture and mining.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in planning and plan implementation; and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in planning for agriculture and mining, which has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce highly competent planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel in commercial activities in agriculture and mining, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

AGRICULTURE & MINERALS RESOURCES PLANNING AMR/FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Food (Plants & Animals) Security Planning

AMR/FF

1

Paper 2

Agricultural Resources Sustainability Planning

AMR/FF

2

Paper 5

Agricultural Business Management Planning

AMR/FI

5

Paper 9

Minerals Resources Development Planning

AMR/FP

9

Paper 13

Forestry Wild Life Conservation Planning

AMR/FP

13

Paper 14

Resources Exploitation & Environmental Impact Planning

AMR/FP

14

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ENTERTAINMENT AND HOSPITALITY PLANNING

Overview

Tourism and entertainment have become a global economic phenomenon in recent times, growing rapidly around the world. It contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more places are becoming aesthetic tourist destinations. In spite of abundant endowment with wealth of tourist assets, many countries fail to translate their tourism and entertainment into massive wealth. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the tourism and hospitality industry in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the industry can be better marketed, well planned, and efficiently managed, to raise the profile of entertainment from mere drama to a booming industry.

Designed for

People who want to exploit the opportunities in the tourism and hospitality industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to the tourism and hospitality industry.

Aims

To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in planning that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives

The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel in commercial activities in tourism and hospitality, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives

ENTERTAINMENT AND HOSPITALITY PLANNING EHP/FF1-FP14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Hospitality & Hotel Industry Planning

EHP/FF 1

Paper 2

Cultural Heritage, Archaeological Treasures & Monuments Planning

EHP/FF 2

Paper 5

Events, Leisure, Entertainment Planning(Drama, Music, Dance, Sports, Programmes, Cultural & Performing Arts)

EHP/FI 5

Paper 9

Tours & Travels Development and Policy Planning

EHP/FP 9

Paper 13

Tourism & Travels Infrastructures Development ( Museum, Art Gallery,Parks, Creative Works, Antiquity, Studio, Zoo Archives & Theatre) Planning

EHP/FP 13

Paper 14

Films & Cinema Development Planning

EHP/FP 14

 

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GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC POLICY PLANNING

Political leadership has become a global phenomenon, with the fervour of democracy growing rapidly around the world. It contributes substantially to the stability of many countries where more and more effort continues to be made to strengthen the institutions of state. In spite of political and massive financial investments in the democracy project, and the general agreement on preference for democracy, good governance continues to elude the people. Nigeria has about 812 governments at different levels, it is generally feared that corruption has robs the public of good governance, with very little to show in terms of Grass root development. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the state governance in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the funds can be better planned, and well managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the public service, particularly, in management or planning positions, to lead the way to a new governance paradigm. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services in change management in public sector.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in a new dimension of state governance best practice, that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives

The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholders and/or executives.

GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC POLICY PLANNING GPP / FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Public Policy Development and Implementation Planning

GPP/FF

1

Paper 2

Public Finance Mobilization and Cost Controls Planning

GPP/FF

2

Paper 5

Development Administration & Project Management Planning

GPP/FI

5

Paper 9

Cost/Benefit Analysis in Project Planning

GPP/FP

9

Paper 13

Development Challenges and Strategies Planning

GPP/FP

13

Paper 14

Power & Resources Governance and Stewardship Planning

GPP/FP

14

 

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MEDICAL AND PREVENTIVE HEALTH PLANNING

Public health concerns have become a global phenomenon in recent times, growing rapidly around the world in the wake of outbreak of deadly diseases, such as Sars, avian flu, swine flu, malaria, HIV/AID, Cancer, etc. They are substantially a drain to the economy of many countries, as more and more health burdens are competing for limited public resources, which could have been devoted to other important needs. The standard of health care delivery in developing countries is generally appalling, in spite of the massive funds voted yearly for health services. Critics raise issues about the spate of frauds and financial malpractices in the management of health. Moreover, there is little attempt to deal with most common deadly disease- malaria fever, typhoid, blindness and others. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the health industry in most parts of the world, to arouse interest to explore how the industry can be better planned, presented, and well managed to raise the standard of health service delivery.
Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the health sector, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services on preventive health initiatives.
Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in health planning that has remained largely unexplored.Objectives
The programme seeks to produce highly efficient international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives in the health sector.

MEDICAL AND PREVENTIVE HEALTH PLANNING MPH/FF1–FP14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Preventive Health Planning

MPH/FF

1

Paper 2

Universal Health Insurance Scheme Implementation Planning

MPH/FF

2

Paper 5

Endemic Diseases Eradication Implementation Planning

MPH/FI

5

Paper 9

Health Care Delivery and Community Economy Health Planning

MPH/FP

9

Paper 13

Health Services and Supplies Management Planning

MPH/FP

13

Paper 14

Health Care Financing Planning

MPH/FP

14

 

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PETROLEUM AND ENERGY PLANNING

Petroleum and alternative Energy issues have become a global economic and environmental phenomenon, raising serious concerns in recent times, growing around the world. Petroleum contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more investments continue to be made in spite of the grave danger to the environment and deadly effect on climate change challenge. Year after year, promises to stop gas flaring are breached and broken, and very little or no effort is made to explore alternative energy sources. In spite of the huge outcry against green house gas emissions, it is business as usual as pollution continues unabated. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the petroleum industry in most countries, to arouse interest to explore how the industry can be better planned marketed, reformed, and well managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the petroleum and clean energy alternative industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to the industry.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in this area that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives

The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

PETROLEUM AND CLEAN ENERGY PLANNING PCE/FF 1–FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Clean Energy Resource Planning

PCE/FF

1

Paper 2

Energy Politics and Economic Planning

PCE/FF

2

Paper 5

Petroleum: Local Input Resources Integration Planning

PCE/FI

5

Paper 9

Integrated Energy Resources Planning

PCE/FP

9

Paper 13

Petroleum & Gas Technology Development Planning

PCE/FP

13

Paper 14

Environmental Impact of Energy Sources & Remediation Planning

PCE/FP

14

 

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SPORT DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

Sports have become a global phenomenon in recent times, growing rapidly around the world. It contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more resources are invested in sports. Though much public interest has been built over the years mainly by the influence of the press, and the massive resources invested in sports, there has been relatively little to show by way of winnings. It is public knowledge that the characteristic poor planning has been blamed for the common woeful performance. Nothing much by way of solution to the problems has been forthcoming This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the sporting industry in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the industry can be better planned, properly marketed, and well managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the sports and games industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to enhance sporting performance.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in Planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in sports that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce high caliber international Planning Professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

SPORTS AND GAMES PLANNING SGD / FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Sport and Games Planning

SGP/FF

1

Paper 2

Tournament and Competition Planning

SGP/FF

2

Paper 5

Sports Governace(Global & Regional Sports Bodies, Councils, Commissions, Clubs and Associations) Planning

SGP/FI

5

Paper 9

Sports Facilities & Infractures Development Planning

SGP/FP

9

Paper 13

Sports Human Capital Development Planning

SGP/FP

13

Paper 14

Sports Education Education Trainning & Talents Developments Planning

SDP/FP

14

 

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LAW AND REGULATION PLANNING

Maintenance of law and order is a global phenomenon central to any nation’s constitution, and is pivotal to good governance around the world. It contributes substantially to peace and economic development of many countries, as it underpins the basis of business relationship. However, in spite of the massive investment in the justice system, the effect on crime rate is negligible; which raises questions about the effectiveness of the entire service. Critics view the whole legal system as ineffective, threatened with corruption, and largely elusive. The clamour for a complete overhaul of the system is getting louder by the day. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the entire justice system in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the system can be better planned, well managed and more effective, to win back public confidence.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the judicial or legal discipline, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors to restore social values and public confidence. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to meet expectations of society for effective justice system.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state-of-the-art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in legal planning which has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce highly skilful international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as top public officers or executives.

LAW AND REGULATION PLANNING LRP / FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Electronic Commerce/Business Laws

LRP/FF

1

Paper 2

Humanitarian Rights Promotion /Protection Laws

LRP/FF

2

Paper 5

Criminal and Civil Justice System Reforms Planning

LRP/FI

5

Paper 9

Crime Control and Security Planning

LRP/FP

9

Paper 13

Peace Promotion and Conflict Resolution Planning

LRP/FP

13

Paper 14

Alternative Dispute Resolution Planning

LRP/FP

14

 

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POPULATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING

Population has become a global phenomenon in recent times, and is central to world order. It is the subject of global concern as it grows rapidly around the world. It contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more attention is paid to people’s well being. However, in spite of this concern, the human race remains endangered, not only from lack, diseases, climate change, but also wars and hate. In spite of global efforts to resolve conflicts and make peace, man remains the greatest enemy of himself. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the dangers facing mankind in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the society can be better planned, managed and well governed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the population management, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to the management of human resource.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in population planning, that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives

The programme seeks to produce high caliber international Planning Professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as stakeholder and/or executives in population related agencies

POPULATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING PHR/FF1-FP14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Human Capital Development Planning

PHR/FF

1

Paper 2

Strategic Human Resource Education & Career/Occupational

PHR/FF

2

Paper 5

Women & Children Capacity Development Planning

PHR/FI

5

Paper 9

Population Dynamics & Priority Investment Planning

PHRFP

9

Paper 13

Planned Parenthood & Population Control Planning

PHR/FP

13

Paper 14

Reward /Compensation & Labour Relations Planning

PHR/FP

14

 

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SAFETY AND SECURITY PLANNING

Safety and Security has become a global phenomenon in recent times, with the growing concern about terrorism, kidnapping, armed robbery, piracy, etc, rapidly spreading around the world. It contributes substantially to the economy ruin of many countries where more and more places are becoming terrorist destinations. In spite of massive public condemnation, and effort to combat it, crimes continue unabated. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the safety and security situation in most countries, to arouse interest and explore how the security can be better planned, well managed and prevented.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the security and safety industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services for a more secure society.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in Planning and plan implementation, and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in security and safety planning, that has remained largely unexplored.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives.

SAFETY AND SECURITY PLANNING SSP / FF 1 – FP 14

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Crime & Hazard Monitoring, Prevention & Control Planning

SS/FF

1

Paper 2

Risk and Disaster Management Planning

SSP/FF

2

Paper 5

Personal Health, Safety and Security Management Planning

SSP/FI

5

Paper 9

Violence and Accident Survival Planning

SSP/FP

9

Paper 13

First Aid Intervention Planning

SSP/FP

13

Paper 14

High Risk VIPs Security Protocols Planning

SSP/FP

14

 

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TRANSPORT, LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY PLANNING

Transport has been a global economic phenomenon for all ages. The increasing advancement in science and technology has translated to the rapid growth of different modes of transport infrastructures around the world. Efficient transport system contributes substantially to the economy of many countries where more and more places are becoming accessible through land, sea or air transport systems. Unfortunately, good transport system remains elusive in most countries of the world; in spite of massive investment in the sector. This faculty seeks to attract attention to the nature and characteristics of the deplorable state of transport and logistics planning in most countries, so as to arouse interest to explore how the industry can be better planned, well developed, and more efficiently managed.

Designed for
People who want to exploit the opportunities in the transport and logistics industries, particularly, in management or planning positions in both public and private sectors. It will be very rewarding to planners who wish to offer professional services to the industry.

Aims
To provide professional training and solid intellectual base, to deepen knowledge and develop skills built upon current techniques and state of the art in planning and plan implementation; and to open new doors of opportunities to develop expertise in varied modes of transport planning and logistics management.

Objectives
The programme seeks to produce high caliber international planning professionals who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and competence to excel, either as professional planning service providers or as investors and/or executives in the transport industry.

TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS PLANNING TLP/FF1-FP14

 

Faculty

Course Title

Course Code

Paper 1

Transport & Supply Logistic Planning

TLP/FF 1

Paper 2

Commodities Trading & Shipping Operations Planning

TLP/FF 2

Paper 5

Stock ( Handling, Warehousing, Control ) Management Planning

TLP/FI 5

Paper 9

Transport Management Planning (Air, Land, Subway & Sea)

TLP/FP 9

Paper 13

Passenger Traffic Service Delivery Management & Safety Planning

TLP/FP 13

Paper 14

Cargoes Traffic Management & Security Planning

 

INDUCTION! INDUCTION!! INDUCTION!!!

URGENT INFORMATION: This is to inform the general public that venue for the 2018 induction ceremony has been changed from the Novella Planet Hotel, Port Novo, Republic of Benin to LTV hall.  The new venue for the induction ceremony of our prestigious and reputable international professional bodies shall be Lagos State Television Combo Hall, Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.  

Time :  12 Noon.     
Date :  May 12th,  2018.  Your presence would be highly appreciated sir/ma.

For further Enquiries, Questions, Admission, etc.
Contact the registrar:Dr. John O.L Registrar profolugbenga_dd@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVES

The objectives of AICTL are to:

  • Ensure adequate supply of qualified personnel to the industry
  • Keep qualified individuals up to date throughout their professional working lives
  • Play active and influential roles in shaping logistics and transport policies for the future development of the sector

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