In Covenant University, we believe that learning doesn’t stop when we leave the classroom. Indeed, methods of learning expand and change as we move throughout our careers. It is on this premise that Covenant University is widening access to learning, professional skills development and empowerment in its institutional strategies.
The Lifelong Learning Programme provides a platform for mounting high quality, flexible and part-time education for lifelong learners.
LIFELONG LEARNING SHORT PROGRAMMES FOR SUMMER 2015
Who Should Attend
Date & Duration
BUSINESS PLAN & FEASIBILITY REPORT WRITING
To show effective ways of developing a saleable business plan.
NYSC Members, Unemployed Graduates & Young Entrepreneurs.
June 2-30, 2015
CERTIFICATE IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
To show and imbibe in the trainees the basis for financial management.
SME Operators, Public & Private Organizations, Other interested persons.
June 1-5, 2015
EPID EMIOLOGY/ REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (WORKSHOP)
To introduce the basic concept of epidemiology/ reproductive Health.
Researchers, NGOs, Programme Officers, Ministry of Health, Health Officers, LG School Administrators, Donor Organizations & other Graduates.
June 9-12, 2015
ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES:
Drinks/ Water Production Bakery
Grass Cutter Farming Candle Making Fish Farming Tie & Dye/Batik Fashion Designing,
Beads &Wire Works,
Shoe Making, Bags & Leather Works
Hairdressing & Barbing Saloon Beauty Enhancement & Health Management
Photography & Video Coverage Perfumery
To promote self-re l iance amongst trainees, thus making them creators of wealth.
Unemployed, Students, SME ,Operators, Employed Workers, Employers, Graduates.
May 12-26, 2015
#15,000 Per Course
ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANT
To train non-accountants on the fundamental principles of financial reporting.
Business Owners: SMEs Managers of SMEs
June 1-12, 2015
CERTIFICATE IN BASIC COMMUNICATIVE FRENCH
To teach basic rudiments of communicative French in both spoken & written
Persons interested in both Written & Spoken French at Basic Level.
May 11 -July 3, 2015
PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC RELATIONS A ND PRACTICE
This course is designed to sharpen the abilities of students to the types of media and their relative strengths and weaknesses for specific PR campaigns. Principles of media selection for PR activities.
PR Managers, Officers, Supervisors, Protocol Staff, etc.
July 3- 17, 2015
CERTIFICATE IN ESTATE AGENCY
To train practitioners without requisite professional qualifications
June 1-3, 2015
CERTIFICATE IN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
(Birthing Transformational Leaders)
To awaken the leadership potentials of stude nts and sensitize them to prepare to serve as catalyst and agents of change, in addressing the challenges of the Nation, Continent and World.
Persons in leadership positions or on the verge of entering into leadership positions. Pastors, Ministers, General Overseers, Managers of Civil Organizations, NonGovernmental Organizations, Community Leaders, CEOs and persons who aspire to set up their own organizations.
July 6-17, 2015
NIMN INTENSIVE COACHING
To prepare candidates to meet up with the demands of NIMN professional Examinations by certified Professionals.
Business Admin Students, Marketing Students and other interested persons.
May 5 – June 5, 2015
#65, 100 excluding accommodation which is 15,000 for 4 weeks.
ATS INTENSIVE COACHING FOR THE 3 STAGES
To prepare stu dents to meet up with the demands of ICAN professional Examinations by certified Professionals.
Students of 100 – 300 Level Accounting, Banking & Finance, Economics, Business Admin. Oth er Depts including Engineering & MIS can also participate.
May 18 – J une 31, 2015
Stage 1: #28,000 Stage 2: #33,000 Stage 3: #38,000
excluding accommodation which is #21,000 for 6 weeks.
CIBN INTENSIVE COACHING
To prepare students of Banking & Finance and other practicing bankers for professional examinations leading to the qualification as Associate of the Institute within the shortest possible time.
Banking & Finance students, Bankers and other Financial Agencies.
SUMMER CYBER CAMP
To educate business stakeholders, customers (Internal &External), tactical and operation mangers on Cyber business control, criminology concept of cybercrime issues like (BYOD) & victimization
CEOs, Managers, Accountants, IT & ICT Personnels
June 17- 19, 2015