First Assured School of Business and Public Policy (FASBPP)
First Assured School of Business and Public Policy (FASBPP) is a subsidiary of First Assured Brilliant Int’l Ltd. First Assured is registered and incorporated under the Companies & Allied Matters ACT of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. FASBPP is designed to provide learning and practical solution to problems confronting young entrepreneurs, large, medium and small organizations and businesses in both private and public sectors of the economy. The school employs theories, methods, and practices of public administration and public policy to solve problems and make society better.

FASBPP provides students with basic and advanced business management concepts and entrepreneurship principles required for a successful career in management and ownership of a small-to-medium and large-sized business. The programmes are flexible (Campus and Online) and adaptable to your schedule. The school offers Certificate, Advanced Diploma Executive and Professional Studies in,

- Business Management
- Entrepreneurial Development
- Human Resource Management
- Public Policy and Administration

Developing human capacities to improve the public and private sector.

Adopts innovative methodologies to address the peculiarities of individual learner and strategies for organisational growth as well as improve governance.
FASBPP curriculum is design by scholars/practitioners who have rich mix of industry expertise and research in specific disciplines and sectors. It leaves students with more than just practical knowledge; case-based lessons and collaborative learning models, train students and practitioners to analyze, decide, and lead with excellent managerial skills rather than merely know.

Solving Public Sector and Employer Challenges

We work on building human capacities to improve the public and private sector. In doing this, we adopt a style of theory-practice knowledge fusion to enhance improved organisational performance by applying sound academic theory to rich practical work-based experiences.

Professional/ Executive Programmes

FASBPP undertakes the following consultancy and professional/ executive programmes,

1. Leadership courses for experienced managers
2. Executive development programme for mid-career managers
3. Business management training for young, high-potential managers
4. Business strategy programme for leaders encountering specific organizational challenges
5. Top executive education programme for CEOs and other senior executives
6. Corporate governance and best practices programme for board members
7. Business finance course for senior financial and business executives
1. We provide students with creative problem-solving and critical-thinking skills needed to become effective and successful public sector and business managers.

2. With a variety of course delivery formats (in-class, hybrid, online and industrial experiences); it allows students the flexibility to pursue their study while accommodating their non-academic commitments.

3. The school provides quality professional learning experience that will help organisations enhance the capacity of their workforce.

4. We work closely with industry experts to determine their manpower needs, understand skills gaps, design and deliver the right courses and qualifications so that we can help employers drive sustainable economic growth.
Less than You Think! We're committed to keeping tuition low and making sure our online education degree programs remain the very best value for hardworking students. The learning outcome is to launch into international business and cross-cultural management techniques. You will be informed of the Fee by the Enrolment Advisor/Center Manager when you complete the Registration process.

FASBPP adopts online study curriculum except consultancy/professional management training programmes and Entrepreneurial Development. Upon registration, students will be directed to campuses closer to their city. To register, log on to Fill in the details on the school registration platform. Or send an email to the Acting Registrar, FASBPP. Email:

Direct Calls to:

+234 817 438 0445,
+234 708 833 2198,
+234 708 463 5135,
+233 246 663 206,
+254 734 421 269,
+44 788 870 5453
Acting Registrar
Professor Nathaniel Ozigbo
Department of Business Administration
University of Abuja, Nigeria

International Business Manager
Dr. Margret Kabuoh
Business Administration & Marketing Department
Babcock University, Nigeria

International Business Linkages
ED. Jonah Ulebor
Lextra Education Ltd
Oakhurst Avenue. Leeds, LS11 7HL, UK

International Directorate for Policy & Research, Ghana
PT. Hussein Botchway
University of Energy and Natural Resources
Sunyani, Ghana

International Directorate for Policy & Research, Nairobi
Dr. Andre Yitambe
School of Public Health
Kenyatta University, Nairobi

International Directorate for Policy & Research, Botswana
Lorato Tshaswane
University of Botswana

Centre Manager, FASBPP Imo State
Dr. Okoronkwo Chikezie
Department of Estate Management
Federal Polytechnic, Nekede Owerri,
Imo State – Nigeria
+234 8033290567

Centre Manager, FASBPP Kebbi State
Dr. Yakubu Yeldu
Department of Statistics,
College of Science and Technology,
Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic, Bennin Kebbi,
Kebbi State-Nigeria 08065463456

Centre Manager, FASBPP Ibadan- Oyo State
Dr. Diji Chuks J.
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
University of Ibadan, Ibadan – Nigeria
+234 9072662273

Centre Manager, FASBPP Calabar- Cross River State
Atti, Monica
FASBPP Secretariat, Calabar
+234 7088332198, 234 8174380445, 234 7084635135

Courses for Advanced Diploma Executive and Professional Studies in Business Management

  1. Corporate Finance
  2. Managerial Accounting
  3. Business Statistics
  4. Managerial Economics
  5. Strategy Formulation
  6. Organizational Behaviour
  7. Lead: People, Teams, Organizations Marketing
  8. Operational Management
  9. Managing Groups and Teams
  10. Business Analytics
  11. Business Law and Ethics
  12. Global Economic Environment
  13. Field Experience/ Essay/Project
The main objective of the course is to develop insight into the fundamentals of finance, emphasizing on their application to a wide variety of current real world situations. It will equip the learners with the ideas, principles and tools used in making the right financial decisions which translates risks into returns. Topics include time value of money/discounted cash flow models, risk management, capital asset pricing model, capital market efficiency, capital structure and the cost of capital, dividend policy, valuation and leasing.
This course is designed to develop a better understanding of the concept of product costing in terms of cost measurements, management, evaluation and cost volume profit analysis. It will also aid in proper understanding of capital budgeting, trend analysis/forecasting and margin and constraint analysis in other to aid in better decision making by using the financial data of organization.
The course introduces students to basic concepts in probability and statistics of relevance to managerial decision making. Topics include basic data analysis, random variables and probability distributions, sampling distributions, interval estimation, hypothesis testing and regression. Numerous examples are chosen from quality-control applications, finance, marketing and management.
The course objective is to give student insight into how industry and firms function. The decisions made by individual managers and consumers generate the fundamentals of market supply and demand, governing the prices and quantities sold in all economic transactions. As a manager seeking to maximize firm value, understanding the market(s) is crucial to achieving set goals. The course examines how managers make day-to-day decisions about running their businesses. It examines the decision making process to enable managers have competitive advantage and control the market share or power in the industry.
As a business leader, you will need to participate in complex decision-making involving the legal, political, and social environments of business. This area considers the strategic interactions of firms with important constituents, organizations, and institutions outside of markets. This course is about the determinants of firm performance. It develops explanations to why some firms perform better than others, and presents the analytical tools required to formulate successful business strategies. Students will learn to analyze firms' competitive environments and to design a strategy that specifies appropriate long-term goals for a corporation, the businesses in which it will compete, how it will serve customers better than its competitors, and the capabilities that will be required in the service of these objectives. Learning is primarily through discussion of cases and articles with supporting short lectures and written assignments. Drawing up perspective plans would improve strategy formulation.
Building on the discipline of social psychology and scientific management, this course helps students cultivate right mindsets and build skills to understand the ways in which organizations and their members affect each other. It explains the frameworks for diagnosing and resolving problems in organizational settings. The course relates theory and research to organizational problems by reviewing basic concepts such as individual motivation and behaviour; decision making; organization culture, interpersonal communication and influence; small group behaviour; and dyadic, individual, and inter-group conflict and cooperation, socialization process and productivity in the work place.
This course is designed to get students to the next level in their careers. The assumption is that their career has peaked at the point where their technical expertise and IQ can take them; their future success requires getting the ordinary people around them to do extraordinary things. Students will take away practical tools for improving their ability in influencing, negotiating and leading changes in their organizations. Emphasis is on the practical. Many of the principles are demonstrated using classroom experiments. The final project requires students to apply course concepts to an ongoing challenge in their current work environment.
Marketing activity is the engine that creates value in a business. It provides the focus for interfacing with customers and the source of intelligence about customers, competitors and the general environment. Further, marketing focuses on the long-run relationship of a company to its customers as well as on short-run sales. Thus marketing is critical to the revenue and profit streams for a company. This course emphasizes the role of marketing in creating value for customers, which in turn creates value for shareholders and employees, using the contemporary marketing mix of price, product and perspective (3Ps) to achieve the goals/objectives of the organization.
This course provides a fundamental understanding of manufacturing and service operations and their role in the organization. Surveys a wide range of operations topics, including process flow analysis, supply chain management, capacity planning, facilities management, and quality management. The course is integrative in nature, emphasizing the fit and relationship of operations with other corporate functions and responsibilities.
This course introduces students to the structures and processes that affect group performance and highlights some of the common pitfalls associated with working in teams. Topics include team culture, fostering creativity and coordination, making group decisions, and dealing with a variety of personalities. Students will participate in a number of group exercises to illustrate principles of teamwork and the practical aspect of diagnosing team problems but also taking action to improve total team performance. It also emphasises fundamental issues of general management and leadership within an organization. This will help students learn about setting organizational strategic direction, aligning structure to implement strategy, and leading individuals within the organisation. Knowledge will also be gained on the interplay among formal structure, informal networks, and culture in shaping organizational performance.
This course is about modelling and how computer models can support managerial decision making. A model is a simplified representation of a real situation and modelling is the process of developing, analyzing and interpreting a model in order to help make better decisions. Models can be invaluable tools in managing and understanding the complexity and risk inherent in many business problems. As a result, models have become an increasingly important part of business at all levels from daily operations to strategic decision making.

The emphasis is on models that are widely used in diverse industries and functional departments, including finance, operations and marketing. Applications include advertising planning, revenue management, asset-liability management, environmental policy modelling, portfolio optimization, public health planning and corporate risk management, among others. We use spreadsheets and the tools Solver and Crystal Ball to implement, solve and analyze the models that we develop.

The aim of the course is to help students become intelligent users and consumers of these models. To this end, the course will cover the basic elements of modelling – how to formulate a model and how to use and interpret the information a model produces. The course emphasizes “learning by doing” so that students will be expected to formulate, solve, and interpret a number of different optimization and simulation models using Excel spreadsheets. An important theme in the course is to understand the appropriate use of models in business and the potential pitfalls from using models incorrectly or inappropriately.
Introduction to law, the court system, contracts, the doctrine of consideration, enforceable and unenforceable contracts, discharge of contracts. Agency: types, capacity in agency, contractual liability; agency/principal relationships. Other issues include, sales of goods, hire purchase; partnerships formation and dissolution; company law, negotiable instruments. It also addresses some specific legislations or acts governing business.
This course explores the fundamentals of national and international competitiveness based on comparative advantage and also promoting liberalization of trade within the boundaries of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) without compromising security and dumping of goods to the detriment of infant local industries to promote growth and development. It studies the forces that determine production, consumption, savings and investment. It introduces the problem of variable foreign exchange rates and their impact on policy, performance and finance. It explores the complex relationships among government policies and private-sector performance in a global setting.
The objective of the course is to help students carry out comparative study of industrial processes to gain practical exposure to product development and services.

Advanced Certificate and Diploma Study in Entrepreneurial Development

The programme is designed to meet the need of middle level manpower (students, young school leavers and emerging entrepreneurs) who need to develop basic skills for business development and management. With the blend of experience and abilities, the curriculum adopts an inclusive learning methodology that recognizes the peculiarity of individual learner. Entrepreneurial Development is strictly a campus study anchored in various countries and cities. They may be modifications in the programme content base on the need of the learners and collaborating institutions.

Admission Requirements for Advanced Certificate Study in Entrepreneurship Development

Credit passes in five subjects including English Language, Economics and Mathematics in the GCE, West African School Certificate or the Senior Secondary School Certificate, OR;
Credit passes in four subjects including English Language and Economics and a pass in Mathematics in the West African School Certificate, the General Certificate of Education, or the Senior Secondary School Certificate. Candidates who meet the first admission criterion above can qualify for direct entry admission into one of B.Sc. degree programme ONLY if they pass the Diploma examination with Upper Credit and a minimum of Credit, or;

Mature students who have worked for at least five years and possess at least four Credit passes in the West African School Certificate including English Language, the Teachers' Grade II Certificate or the General Certificate of Education examinations.
  1. Meaning, nature, scope and characteristics
  2. Functions and importance
  3. The entrepreneur as a Person
  4. Basic concepts in the study of entrepreneurship

Students should be able to:

  1. Understand the meaning, nature and characteristics of entrepreneurship
  2. Explain the functions and importance of entrepreneurship
  3. Describe the characteristics of Commerce;
  4. Identify the functions of Commerce.
  1. Meaning and importance of Business planning
  2. Strategies of Business development and planning
  3. Identifying Business Opportunities
  4. Identifying Business competitors
  5. SWOT Analysis

Students should be able to:

  1. State the meaning and importance of business development and planning;
  2. Examine techniques of business development and planning;
  3. Identify business opportunities and competitors in his/ her area
  4. Assess the components of SWOT Analysis.
  1. Factors, characteristics and rewards (land, labour, capital and entrepreneur)
  2. Division of Labour and specialization
  3. Types (primary, secondary and tertiary)

Students should be able to:

  1. Identify factors of production, their forms and their reward
  2. Distinguish between division of labour and specialization based on comparative advantage
  3. Classify the types of production

Home trade

  1. Retail trade
  2. Types of retailers
  3. Functions of retailers
  4. Factors to be considered in setting up retail trade
  5. Trends in retailing (branding, self - service, vending machines,
  6. The use of luncheon, fuel vouchers, etc)
  7. Advantages and disadvantages of retailers

Students should be able to:

  1. compare the various types of retailers;
  2. identify the functions of retailers;
  3. highlight the factors in setting up retail trade;
  4. classify modern retailing practices;
  5. identify the advantages and disadvantages of retail business;

Home trade

  1. Types of wholesalers (merchant agent, general, etc)
  2. Functions of wholesalers
  3. Advantages and disadvantages of wholesalers

Students should be able to:

  1. classify the types of wholesalers;
  2. discuss the functions of wholesalers;
  3. outline the merits and demerits of the middleman;

Foreign trade

  1. Basic issues in foreign trade (balance of trade, balance of payments and counter trade)
  2. Procedures and documents used in export, import and entrepôt trade
  3. Barriers to international trade
  4. Role of Customs and Excise Authority, Ports Authority, etc in foreign trade
  5. Terms of trade (trade discount, quantity discount, cash discount, warranties, etc
  6. Terms of payments (a. Cash - Legal tender & b. Credit)

Students should be able to:

  1. analyse the basic issues in foreign trade;
  2. explain the procedures and documents used in foreign trade;
  3. identify the barriers to international trade;
  4. appraise the role of government agencies in foreign trade;
  5. distinguish between cash and credit forms of payment;
  • Meaning and types of book keeping
  • Procedure and documentation (enquiry, quotation, order, invoice, proforma invoice, statement of accounts, indent, consular invoice, bill of lading, certificate of origin, consignment note, etc)
  • The ledger
  • The cash book

Students should be able to:

  1. explain the meaning and types of cash books
  2. examine the procedures and documents used in the purchase and sale of goods;
  3. mention the importance of ledger in record keeping
  4. outline the essential skills for keeping cash books.


  • Types and media
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Branding and packaging

Students should be able to:

  1. identify the different types of advertising and its media;
  2. analyse the advantages and disadvantages of advertising;
  3. examine strategies and importance of business branding and packaging

Banking/Financial Institutions:

  • Functions
  • Services
  • Challenges

Students should be able to:

  1. categorize the different types of bank/ financial institutions;
  2. explain the functions of banks/financial institutions
  3. assess the services rendered by banks;
  4. identify the challenges facing banks;

Business Communication:

  • Process and procedure
  • Types
  • Trends
  • Merits and demerits
  • Barriers

Students should be able to:

  1. assess the different stages in the communication process;
  2. analyse the types of communication;
  3. appraise the contributions of courier services, GSM, etc., to businesses;
  4. state the merits and demerits of communication;
  5. outline the barriers to communication


  • Types
  • Principles
  • Terms
  • Importance

Students should be able to:

  1. describe the types of insurance;
  2. apply the principles of insurance to life situations;
  3. explain the terms in insurance;
  4. state the importance of insurance;


  • Mode
  • Importance
  • Advantages and disadvantages

Students should be able to:

  1. appraise the relevance of the various modes of transportation;
  2. list the importance of transportation;
  3. discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each of the mode of transportation.


  • Importance
  • Types and functions
  • Factors to be considered in siting a warehouse

Students should be able to:

  1. highlight the importance of warehousing;
  2. appraise the contributions of warehouses to businesses.
  3. evaluate the factors that determine the siting of warehouses.
  • Forms and features (Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Limited Liability Companies, Public Corporations, Cooperative Societies, etc.)
  • Registration of businesses
  • Business Mergers
  • Determination of choice of business units
  • Dissolution and liquidation
  • Merits and demerits

Students should be able to:

  1. identify the forms and features of business units;
  2. analyse the procedures for registering businesses;
  3. appraise the different forms of business mergers and the reasons for merging;
  4. examine the factors which determine the choice of business units;
  5. differentiate between dissolution and liquidation of business;
  6. state the merits and demerits of business units.
  • Sources of finance (personal savings, sale of shares and bonds, loans, debentures, mortgage, bank overdraft, ploughing back of profit, credit purchase, leasing, etc.)
  • Types of capital (share capital, capital owned, authorized (capital, issued capital, called-up capital, paid-up capital, liquid capital, working capital and owners’ equity)
  • Calculation of ratios, profits (gross and net) and turnover
  • Problems of sourcing finance
  • The role of Bureaux de change in an economy

Students should be able to:

  1. identify the various ways of financing a business;
  2. discuss the different types of capital
  3. compute the different ratios, profits and turnover;
  4. appraise the problems associated with sourcing finances for business;
  5. assess the role of bureaux de change in an economy.
  • Objectives and functions of trade and manufacturer’s associations (Cocoa Farmers’ Association, Garri Sellers’ Association, Poultry Farmers’ Association, etc.)
  • Objectives and functions of Chambers of Commerce.

Students should be able to:

  1. discuss the objectives and functions of trade and manufacturer’s associations;
  2. list the objectives and functions of Chambers of Commerce.
  • Meaning, Importance and functions
  • Types of securities (stocks, shares, bonds, debentures, etc)
  • Procedure of transactions and speculations
  • Second-Tier Securities Market, (listing requirements, types of companies for the market, advantages and operating regulations of the market.)
  • Problems facing the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Students should be able to:

  1. understand the meaning, state the importance and functions of the Stock Exchange;
  2. identify the different securities traded on the Stock Exchange;
  3. analyse the procedure of transactions and speculations on the Stock Exchange;
  4. appraise the advantages and operating regulations of the market;
  5. examine the problems facing the Nigerian Stock Exchange
  • Functions (planning, organizing, staffing, coordinating, motivating, communicating, controlling etc)
  • Principles (span of control, unity of command, delegation of authority, etc)
  • Organizational structure (line, line and staff, functional, matrix and committee)
  • Functional areas of business (production, marketing, finance and personnel)
  • Business resources (man, money, materials, machines and opportunities/goodwill)

Students should be able to:

  1. appraise the functions of management;
  2. analyse the principles of management;
  3. identify organizational structures;
  4. assess the functional areas of business;
  5. examine the business resources.
  • Importance and Functions
  • The marketing concept (consumer orientation, customer satisfaction, integrated marketing, etc)
  • Marketing mix (product, price, place and promotion)
  • Market Segmentation/ Market Share
  • Public relations and Customer Service.

Students should be able to:

  1. highlight the importance and functions of marketing;
  2. discuss the marketing concept;
  3. assess the elements of marketing mix;
  4. explain market segmentation/ market share;
  5. examine public relations and customer service.
  • Meaning and validity of a simple contract
  • Agency, Sale of Goods Act and Hire Purchase Act
  • Contract of employment
  • Government regulations of business (registration of business, patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc)
  • Consumer protection (Government legislation, Standards Organization Trade Descriptions Act, Consumer Protection Council, NAFDAC, NDLEA,
  • Customs and Excise, etc.)
  • Regulatory agencies.
  • Creativity and intellectual rights

Students should be able to:

  1. analyse the elements and validity of a simple contract;
  2. examine Agency, Sale of Goods Act and Hire Purchase Act;
  3. assess the rights and obligations of employers and employees;
  4. distinguish between patents, trademarks and copyrights;
  5. identify the functions of consumerism;
  6. assess the relevance of regulatory agencies and acts in the provision of safe goods and drugs.
  7. explain creativity and intellectual rights in business


  • Appreciation and application
  • Types and functions
  • Merits and demerits
  • Challenges

Terms (Internet, Intranet, browsing, password, e-mail, google, yahoo, search, Local Area Network, etc.)

  • e-commerce
  • e-banking
  • e-business

Students should be able to:

  1. discuss computer appreciation and application;
  2. enumerate the types and functions of computer;
  3. analyse the merits and demerits of ICT;
  4. appraise the challenges of using the computer;
  5. identify the different terms used in ICT;
  6. evaluate the trends in ICT.
  • Legal, political, economic, social, cultural, technological environments, etc
  • Safe products, philanthropic and societal consideration
  • Types and implication of pollution (water, air, land, etc.)

Students should be able to:

  1. discuss the types of business environment;
  2. assess the role of social environment in the provision of safe products;
  3. identify the different types of pollution and their implications on businesses. 
  • Business idea
  • Core entrepreneurial/ business skills
  • Factors that influence business
  • Innovation and entrepreneurial skills

Students should be able to:

  1. Know how to develop a business idea;
  2. assess core entrepreneurial/ business skills
  3. identify the factors that influence business development and success
  4. understand the role of innovation and entrepreneurial skills in business success
  • Risks identification
  • Importance of risk management
  • Classification of risk
  • Insurability of the risk

Students should be able to:

  1. know how to identify business risk
  2. identify the importance of risk management
  3. explain the classification of risk
  4. understand insurability of the risk
  • Managing time today
  • Form of stress
  • How to minimise stress 
  • Managing time effectively

Students should be able to:

  1. understand the importance of managing time today
  2. identify the forms of stress
  3. explain how to minimise stress 
  4. evaluate how to manage time effectively

Field experience/ industrial attachment exposes students to develop practical skills in various trade areas. At the end, they should be able to achieve and develop business plans.


National Business And Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB)

National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) is one of the examination bodies set up by the Federal Government in 1992 to reduce the burden of conducting examinations, which involve a lot of technical and trade-related practical, which were formerly bored by WAEC. The board conducts the National Technical Examination (NTC), National Business Certificate (NBC) and their respective advance level examinations (ANBC and ANTC).

NABTEB A’ Level Examinations (ANBC & ANTC) can only be taken or sat for by candidates, who had earlier sat for and made their O’ Level (NABTEB) examinations. Advanced National Business Certificate (ANBC)and Advanced National Technical Certificate(ANTC) certificates are equivalent to Ordinary National Diploma (OND), National Certificate in Education (NCE), and so on. Thus, with NABTEB A’ Level Certificate, in the Labour Market, an applicant is placed on level 5 (especially in the civil service).
To prepare students for the examination, First Assured International School of Business (FAISB) is an accredited training and examination centre by NABTEB. FAISB is the training and capacity building Directorate of International Institute for Policy Review and Development Strategies (IIPRDS) with headquarter in Nigeria, West Africa. FAISB provides students with basic and advanced business management concepts and entrepreneurship principles required for a successful career in the management or ownership of small to medium and large sized business.It is host to the NABTEB campusand examination centre in Calabar (Registration/Centre No. 10068). The school further offers students the opportunity for industrial training which equips them with entrepreneurial skills and self-reliance.

FAISB currently runs a campus/examination centre for the above course at Federal Training Centre, Calabar.

For details on how to purchase form and other inquiry contact FAISB Secretariat: 66 Murray Street, off Mayne Avenue Road, Calabar South, Calabar.

+234 708 463 5135
+234 708 833 2198
+234 817 438 0445



The under listed courses are being offered in National Business Certificate (NBC)/National Technical Certificate (NTC) and General Education and
Advanced National Business Certificate (ANBC)/Advanced National Technical Certificate (ANTC)


  1. Agricultural Equipment and Implement Mechanic Works
  2. Motor Vehicle Mechanic Works
  3. Automobile Electrical Works
  4. Electrical Installation & Maintenance Works
  5. Fabrication and Welding
  6. Mechanical Engineering Craft Practice
  7. Electronic Works
  8. Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Works
  9. Vehicle Body Building
  10. Light Vehicle Repair Works
  11. Instrument Mechanic Works
  12. Appliance Maintenance and Repairs
  13. Foundry Craft Practice
  14. Marine Engineering Craft
  15. Ship Building Craft Practice
  16. Computer Craft Studies
  17. Animal Husbandry
  18. Fisheries
  19. Photographic Practice


  1. Block Laying/Bricklaying & Concreting
  2. Carpentry & Joinery
  3. Furniture Making
  4. Machine Wood Making
  5. Painting and Decoration
  6. Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
  7. Draughtsmanship Craft practice


  1. Cosmetology
  2. Men’s Garment Making
  3. Ladies’ Garment Making
  4. Catering Craft Practice
  5. Leather Trades
  6. Printing Crafts Practice
  7. Textile Trades
  8. Graphic Arts
  9. Ceramics
  10. Tourism
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