TECHNICAL TRADE EDUCATION IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
TESS seeks to improve youth unemployment and female participation in technological and trade subjects for the disadvantaged groups in public secondary schools through skills development to foster employment, advanced technological education and entrepreneurship ventures.
Advance the Implementation of quality teaching and learning of Technology & Trade Subjects in Lagos State Secondary Schools.
To equip students with industry-relevant trade-specific competencies that allow for informed career decision, exploration of career paths and advancement.
Increasing the number of girls developing interest at an early age in Technology & Trade Subjects to develop the knowledge and skills to address technological issues in Lagos State.
THE EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT (TEED FORUM)
The Education and Employment Development (TEED) forum seeks to address skills mismatch, which continues to significantly contribute to youth unemployment as job creation of the formal sector has not kept pace with the growing number of new job seekers.
TEED 2020 themed will focus on consolidating efforts and strengthening existing systems to
Forge employment pathways from existing jobs and create new opportunities.
Develop a framework for multiple channels into work that provides guidance and support.
Connect the actors to share knowledge and implement evidence-based sustainable solutions that can drive investments to close unemployment gaps.
Strengthen capacity for existing skills development initiative
Science Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) Education involves the use of inquiry-based approach to engage students in hands-on activities. STEM is the bedrock of an innovative and highly productive future workforce; hence, the reason for our integrative STEM initiative.
Our STEM program is designed to support students in public secondary school and increase girls participation in STEM-related career through the acquisition of knowledge and skills required to solve problems in their immediate environment and the society at large.
We employ the use of a bio-inspired engineering kit to enable the student to acquire the relevant skills that accompany integrative STEM; problem-solving, critical thinking, team building and creativity.