Directorate of consultancy Hand Book

DIRECTORATE OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES

 

(MANCONSULT)

 

  • BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DIRECTORATE
There are numerous strong reasons which gave rise to the establishment of the Directorate of Consultancy Services. The first reason stems from the benefit in structural effectiveness, quality and accountability of coordinating all the short courses and consultancy programmes under one directorate, with uniform quality standards and accounting principles.

The second reason concerns the need to implement the directives of the Federal Government to the Academy to boost its Internally Generated Revenue (IGR). These include:

    1. The Federal Executive Council (FEC)/Federal Ministry of Transport’s directive to the Academy contained in the FMOT Memo No. T.3736/S.50/69 of 12th August, 2003 which directed the Academy to undertake “Consultancy and Short-term training courses for Maritime Oil industries in order to boost your revenue”; and

    1. FMOT Circular No. T3999/S.66/C9 of 7th December, 2011 which directed the Academy to comply with the President and Commander-in-Chief’s directive on correct remittance of IGR into the Consolidated Revenue Fund, in line with the provisions of the Fiscal Responsibility Act 2007.

  1. The third reason has to do with the need to offer self-funding, leading-edge, continuing professional education and training to the maritime sub-sector, transportation industry and the oil/gas industry in Nigeria and globally. This is vital to Nigeria’s strategic interests in maritime and multimodal transportation systems, as is being canvassed by the National Council on Transportation (NCT) as a panacea for the facilitation of international trade into Nigeria and, consequently, engender rapid national economic development.
  • ESTABLISHMENT OF THE DIRECTORATE OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES (MANCOSULTS)
The Academy submitted the proposal for the establishment of the Directorate of Consultancy Services to the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja in January, 2012 and the Ministry thereafter forwarded the proposal to the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation of Nigeria for consideration. After due consideration, including visits to the Academy and interactive sessions with relevant staff of the Academy, the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (HCSF) approved the establishment of the Directorate of Consultancy Services in the Academy on 8th April, 2013 through memo with Reference No. OHCSF/MSO/697/1/61. The Honourable Minister of Transport in letter with Reference No. T. 3736/S.44/447 dated 9th May, 2013 directed the Rector to comply with the approval of the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation. Accordingly, the Management of the Academy approved the establishment of the Directorate of Consultancy Services (MANCONSULT) in the Academy in May, 2013 with Dr. Kevin O. Okonna as Acting Director.
  • FUNCTIONS OF THE DIRECTORATE

The primary function of the Directorate of Consultancy Services is “to undertake short training courses and consultancy services in the maritime and oil and gas sub-sectors”. Specifically, the Directorate is to perform the following functions:

    1. Operate strictly as a Business Outfit of the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron;

    1. Conduct all short training courses and consultancy services for profit in the Academy;

    1. To research, develop and implement new courses in line with the STCW Convention and other relevant issues of the maritime industry;

    1. Establish and maintain the quality standards of all courses and businesses under the Consultancy Directorate in the Academy;

    1. Set-up Course Centres in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Oron;

    1. Deliver Distance Learning Programmes to the Nigeria people thereby taking Maritime Education and Training closer to the areas of need;

    1. Maintain the infrastructure used for consultancy services on and off campus.

Mission:

To provide the merchant navy, maritime industry, transportation/logistics industry and the oil/gas industry with qualitative continuing professional education and training and related services for the optimization of Nigeria’s interests in maritime and multimodal transportation functions.

Vision::

To be internationally recognized as a centre of excellence in continuing professional education and training for the merchant navy, the maritime industry, transportation/logistics industry and maritime-related functions in the oil/gas industry.

Funding:

The Directorate is fully self-funding with relevant officers drawn from the Academy as security for the Academy’s

  • ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
The functions that constitute the organizational structure of the Directorate of Consultancy Services are as contained in the approved organizational structure from the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation and the Honourable Minister of Transport.

ORGANOGRAMME OF THE DIRECTORATE OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES OF MARITIME ACADEMY OF NIGERIA, ORON


  • TEACHING AND LEARNING PHILOSOPHY
The teaching and learning philosophy of the Directorate have the following sign posts.
    1. Utilization of internal resource persons, guest lecturers and experts from the maritime, transportation/logistics and oil/gas industries for course delivery and other services.

    1. Combination of classroom lectures, simulation, Computer Based Training (CBT) and hands-on training methods.

    1. Collaboration with operators of the maritime industry, oil/gas industry and logistics/transportation industries for practical (hands-on) experiential training.

    1. Production of a comprehensive course document for all courses comprising the following elements:

    1. Production of a comprehensive course document for all courses comprising the following elements:

Course Documentation;

      • Course Framework

      • Time Table

      • Lesson Plan

      • Procedures & Checklists

      • Course Notes

      • Presentation slides

      • Risk Assessment

      • Joining information

      • Course Forms

      • List/pictures of Equipments

Course Framework

      • Aim

      • Objectives

      • Entry standards

      • Course certificate

      • Course intake limitation

      • Staff requirements

      • Training facilities and equipment

      • Course Outline

      • Method of Delivery

      • Competency Assessment

      • List of instructors

      • Curriculum Vitae of Course Instructors
  • BOOKING FOR COURSES & DIRECTORATES’S LIABILITY FOR CANCELLED COURSE
Booking for courses takes place at the Course Centres (Distance Learning Centres) and is based on prior booking and payment for courses using the approved procedure. The Liability of the Directorate/Academy for courses cancelled by it shall be limited to full refund of course fees, subject to transfer of fee to another course with the consent of the candidate. Twenty-five percent (25%) of the course fee is charged for any course cancelled by the candidate/sponsor less than 30 days, but not less than 15 days, to the date of commencement of course. Forty percent (40%) of the course fee is charged for any course cancelled by the candidate/sponsor less than 15 days to the course, but not less than 7 days. Full payment should be charged for any course cancelled by the candidate/sponsor less than 7 days to the commencement of the course.
  • LIST OF SHORT TRAINING COURSES AND BUSINESSES FOR CONSULTANCY SERCIVES
  • Maritime Safety and Nautical Skills courses

      • Elementary first aid- 1 day

      • Medical care - 5 days

      • Personal survival techniques – 1 day

      • Personal safety and social responsibilities- ½ day

      • Radar/ARPA training (Operational level)– 2 Wks

      • Radar/ARPA training (Management level)– 2 Wks

      • Fire prevention and fire fighting -2½ days

      • Advanced fire fighting- 4 days

      • Maritime Search and Rescue course– 5 days

      • Principles of dangerous goods handling– 5 days

      • Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats– 5 days

      • Proficiency in fast rescue boat– 5 days

      • Global Maritime Distress and Safety System(GMDSS)- 3 weeks

      • International Safety Management (ISM) course– 2 days

      • Maritime security course for senior personnel– 3 days

      • Maritime security course for junior personnel– 2 days

      • Ship security officer (SSO) course– 3 days

      • Port-Facility Security Officer (PFSO)– 3 days

      • Company Security Officer (CSO)– 4 days

      • Helicopter landing officers course– 5 days

      • Search and rescue– 5 days

      • Oil tanker familiarization– 5 days

      • Rules of the Road– 5 days

  • Maritime Transportation and Business Studies courses
      • Supervisory management for maritime personnel– 5 days

      • Shipping practice– 5 days

      • Technical management of marine operations– 5 days

      • Introduction to shipping technology for managers– 5 days

      • Port Planning– 3 days

      • Marine insurance practice– 5 days

      • Cargo handling operations– 5 days

      • Clearing and forwarding practice– 5 days

      • Maritime law– 4 days

      • Import and export practice– 5 days

      • Ship broking business– 4 days

      • Environmental hazard management– 5 days

      • Contingency planning for response to oil spills and environmental emergencies– 5 days

      • Computer based investment appraisal– 5 days

      • Flag state administration– 4 days

      • Computer-based management information system– 5 days

      • Technological management in shipping- 5 days

      • Physical distribution and transportation management- 5 days

      • OPRC Convention- 5 days

      • Port State Control- 5 days

      • Oil pollution liability and compensation– 5 days

      • Coastal zone management– 5 days

      • Quality management– 3 days

      • Maritime labour administration– 5days

      • Techniques of ship acquisition– 5 days

      • Shipping operation management– 5 days

      • Tanker chartering and documentation– 5 days

      • Cabotage transport operation- 3 days

  • Maritime-related Oil/Gas Industry courses

      • Underwater Welding/Diving

      • ISO 9606 Welder (6G)

      • API RP 2D Offshore Crane Operation

      • Rigging (API RP 2D Standard)

      • Scaffolding

  • Marine Engineering Skills and Youth Empowerment courses
      • Planned fleet maintenance

      • Steering Gear operation

      • Auxiliary systems

      • Marine Refrigeration

      • Marine Diesel Survey

      • Repair Techniques for Medium Speed Diesel Engines

      • Repair Techniques for Slow Speed Diesel Engines

      • Welding and Pipefitting

      • Fundamentals of Diesel Engines

      • Welding and fabrication- 12 months

      • Instrumentation- 12 Months

      • Petrol and diesel engine maintenance- 12 Months

      • Electrical and Electronics- 12 months

  • Small Scale Businesses
      • Ferry Service (Oron-Calabar) operation

      • Renting of event space/chairs

      • Use of swimming pool

      • Accommodation of short course trainees

      • Renting of compactor

      • Use of V.I.P Conveniences on campus

      • Cooperative Society

      • Tri-cycle operation

      • Eatery operation

      • Trainees’ transportation support

      • Laundry Services

      • National Seminars and Conferences

      • Staff School on campus

KEY OFFICERS

Director of Consultancy Services

Head of Short Courses Department

Head of Business Development Department

Head of Finance and Administration Department

Head of Distance Course Centres

Course Coordinators

Course Facilitators

Dr. Kevin Okonna, FInsTA, MNI

Acting Director of Consultancy Services

Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron

Directorate of Consultancy Services

Directorate of consultancy Hand Book

MANDATORY COURSES

FOR PRIVATE CANDIDATES (Based on a minimum number of 10 participants)

S/N

COURSE TITLE

DURATION

1

OIL TANKER FAMILIARISATION

5 DAYS

2

ELEMENTARY FIRST AID

1 DAY *

3

MEDICAL FIRST AID

5 DAYS

4

MEDICAL CARE

5 DAYS

5

PERSONAL SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES

1 DAY *

6

PERSONAL SAFETY & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

½ DAY *

7

RADAR/ARPA SIMULATOR TRAINING (OPERATIONAL LEVEL)

2 WEEKS

8

RADAR/ARPA SIMULATOR TRAINING (OPERATIONAL LEVEL)

2 WEEKS

9

BASIC FIRE PREVENTION AND FIRE FIGHTING

2 ½ DAYS *

10

ADVANCED FIRE FIGHTING

4 DAYS

11

PRINCIPLES OF DANGEROUS GOODS HANDLING

5 DAYS

12

SHIPBOARD APPLICATIONS OF DANGEROUS GOODS HANDLING

5 DAYS

13

PROFICIENCY IN SURVIVAL CRAFT AND RESCUE BOATS (OTHER THAN FAST RESCUE BOAT)

4 DAYS

14

GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS AND SAFETY SYSTEM (RESTRICTED OPERATOR’S COURSE)

3 WEEKS

15

GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS AND SAFETY SYSTEM (GENERAL OPERATOR’S COURSE)

3 WEEKS

16

INTERNATIONAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT (ISM) CODE

2 DAYS

17

MARITIME SECURITY COURSE FOR SENIOR PERSONNEL

3 DAYS

18

MARITIME SECURITY COURSE FOR JUNIOR PERSONNEL

2 DAYS

 

Specialised Seamen Training Centre

PHILOSOPHY
The specialized Seamen Training Centre was established to provide high level of training for ratings and officers of the Merchant Navy, in accordance with the provisions of relevant International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Labour Organization (ILO) Conventions, the Marine Industrial Services Consultative Organization (MISCO), the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and the Nigeria Merchant Shipping Act 1962 and its various subsidiary legislations to satisfy the relevant provisions of the STCW Convention as amended.
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MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of the Centre is to upgrade, train, and produce competent Seafarers that meets the international competency standard.

VISION STATEMENT
To train world class personnel for Maritime and Allied industries.

BRIEF HISTORY
The Specialized Seamen Training Centre (SSTC) was established in April 1999 under the Administration of Engr. Akinsoji with 95 students. In October 2000, the first HOD Capt. O.J. Oyedekun (Late) was posted to the Centre.
Recently 3 (three) more departments, that is, Department of Oil and Gas, Department of Upgrading and Specialized Seamen Courses were created.

STAFFING
The specialized seamen training centre is headed by a director, supported by three Head of
Departments and many ex-seafarers, master mariners and other professionals.

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ACADEMIC STAFF


S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATION

POSITION

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1

CAPT. F. C. KPONU

- 1ST CLASS DECK
- C.O.C., & MASTER
- MARINER

DIRECTOR
(SSTC)

2

CAPT. ENDONYAN F. DAVID

-1ST CLASS MASTER
MARINER

HOD, OIL & GAS

3

ENGR. O. N. ATAINYANG

-1ST CLASS ENGINE
- C.O.C., & CHIEF
- ENGINEER

HOD, UP- GRADING

       

4

M. A. EDET

- HND PROD.
- ENGINEERING

PRINCIPAL
INSTRUCTOR

5

E. U. AKPAN

- CLASS III DECK
- (OOW)

SNR. INSTR.

6

S. B. IYANG

- HND, B Sc. (E/E)

SNR. INSTR.

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P. E. ABANG

- DIPLOMA, STD SIX,
- CHIEF MATE

BOSUN

8

P. E. EFFAH

- NCE, AB, ACNS
- OOW DECK

INSTR. II

NON ACADEMIC STAFF - SECRETARIATE STAFF

1

C. A. NSUNGWARA

- DIPLOMA, ADV.
- NABTED, B Sc.
- (ENVTAL EDU.)

CONF. SECET.

2

ASUQUO, NSE SUNDAY

MECH. II

DRIVER

ADMINISTRATION STAFF

 

     

1

EMMANUEL O. OTONG

DBA, B Sc. CIA

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ADMIN. OFFICE II

2

IMA A. CHARLES

ND, HND

HEO

3

IDONGESIT S. EMINUE

FSLC, SSCE, ND

AEO

NB : Additional academic staff are brought in from other departments to teach in the centre
depending on the area of their qualifications and need.

 

Specialised Seafarers Training Courses & Preparatory/Bridging Courses:

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S/N
Programme Duration (Weeks) STCW Equivalent
1 C.O.C Preparatory
OOW Unlimited
OOW NCV
Deck & Engine
11 OOW Unlimited
OOW NCV
2 C.O.C Preparatory
Master/Mate
Chief/Second
Engineer
11 Master – NCV
Mate – NCV
Chief Eng. NCV
Second Eng. NCV
3 Associate Cert. in Nautical Science (Inter)

Formerly Mate Home Trade or Class V

42 OOW on Vessels <500GT (NCV) Reg. II/3, Para. 3 and 4
4 Associate Cert. in Marine Science (Inter)

Formerly 3rd Class Eng. Certificate

38 Officer of the Watch (OOW), NCV Section A-III/I, para. 9
5 Marine Engineering Assistant (MEA) 38 Ratings forming part of an Engineering Watch – Reg. III/4
6 Inland Water Navigation Cert. (Final) [Formerly Rivermaster Preparatory Course] 15td> Ratings forming part of a Navigational Watch on Vessels of >500GT – Reg. II/4
7 Inland Water Navigation Cert. – (Basic) Formerly Quartermaster Preparatory Course 15 Ordinary Rating on Ships <500 GT (NCV)
8 Inland Water Eng. Cert. [Formerly Motorman Preparatory Course 12 Ordinary Ratings
9 Pre-Sea General Purpose Ratings Course 11 Ordinary Ratings
10

11

General Purpose Reatings Course

Basic Nautical Knowledge Cert. [Able Seaman/EDH Preparatory Course] Coxswain

11

15

Ordinary Ratings

will be examined under national cert. system i.e. non-convention vessel classification

Please Note That Each Course Duration Includes Training on the Mandatory Basic Safety Courses, in Accordance with the provisions of the STCW Convention

Candidates for the Specialised Seafarers Training Courses should note that the above courses (in content, name and requirements) are being streamlined with the provisions of the STCW Convention. For more details on these and the Mandatory Courses, candidates or interested seafarers should contact the Academy.

 

School of General Studies

 

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE SCHOOL OF GENERAL STUDIES (GNS) COURSES
The General Studies programme is aimed at exposing students to a course of liberal and general education through which they can develop and expand the awareness of their social, cultural and physical environment. A student of higher learning is expected to have the capacity to deal with moral and value issues facing the society as well as those relating to his/her economic and other pursuits. He/She should therefore be equipped to understand and deal with scientific development on a continuing basis.

The General Studies Programme is therefore designed to respond to this need of producing graduates with a sound general all-round education, with a mature sense of social awareness and responsibility.

  • OBJECTIVES OF GENERAL STUDIES (GNS) PROGRAMME
    To furnish the students with a sound theoretical and practical background in the foundation and core courses.
    To strengthen the academic base of the students according to their areas of specialization.
    To produce graduates capable of communicating effectively in international languages (English and French).
    To expose graduates of Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN) to the fundamentals of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
    To produce graduates with broad knowledge of national and international culture and civilization.
    To prepare graduates for job creation, career opportunities with Maritime skills

Key Officials

S/N

NAME

DESIGNATION 

QUALIFICATION & DATE OBTAINED

1.

IKARA, ATIM AFAHAEME

DIRECTOR

M.A FRENCH (TRANSLATION) - 2012

B.A (ED) FRENCH – 1988

PGD (MARITIME/TRANSP. MGT. TECH – 2002

NCE (ENGLISH/FRENCH)- 1982

WASC – 1977

FSLC- 1972

2.

OLAOLUWA, O. OMOTOSO

HOD (SCIENCES)

B.Sc, M.Sc.  (APPLIED MATHEMATICS)

3.

ANGELA, P. UDOFE

HOD (ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES)

NCE, B.A (ED), 1997 M.A FRENCH 2007

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NON TEACHING STAFF

 

 

1.

ETIM, PAUL ASUQUO

FACULTY OFFICER

HND (ACCT), ND (FINANCIAL STUDIES) SSCE, FSLC

2.

ISANGIDOHO, PRECIOUS ITA EFFIONG

PRINCIPAL COMPUTER OPERATION (SECRETARY)

ND, ‘A’ LEVEL NABTED. SSCE, FSLC, B.Sc (AWAITING RESULT)

3.

NKANTION, MERCY SAMUEL

EXECUTIVE OFFICER

HND, (BUSINESS ADMIN), ND, SSCE, NABTED, FSLC

4.

OKUNG, IDORENYIN AMBA OKUNG

HIGHER EXECUTIVE OFFICER (SECRETARY)

NCE, SSCE, FSLC

5.

ETIFIT, ENO JOHN

CLERICAL OFFICER I

 NABTED, FSLC

 

 

School of Maritime Studies

MISSION STATEMENT

To provide the potential manager with sound academic and professional training that meet international best practice for international maritime operations and allied industries.

VISION STATEMENT
To be recognized as the trainer of competent and efficient professional managers for the maritime and allied industries.

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MARITIME STUDIES
The School of Maritime Studies (SMS) offers ND, HND and Post Graduate Studies in the broad spectrum of Maritime Transport operations. Graduates from the school help to meet the manpower needs in the insurance, shipping operations and ancillary sub-sector of the Nigerian maritime and other related industries. The school opened for lectures in 1994.

STRUCTURE OF SCHOOL OF MARITIME STUDIES

 

STAFFING AND FACILITIES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DEPARTMENTS
The School of Maritime Studies comprises of two departments, namely, Maritime Transport Department and Business Studies Department. The two departments jointly run the under-listed programmes.

1. NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MARITIME TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS STUDIES

This is a two-year programme comprising of four (4) semesters. There is an additional 3-4 months of Student’s Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) which takes place at the end of the second semester and terminates before the commencement of the third semester.

GOALS OF THE PROGRAMME

The goal of the programme is the education and training of cadets to enable them perform creditably, the functions of supervisory and junior managerial staff in the operations, administrative and finance departments of shipping companies, shipping agencies, ports, oil companies, off-shore oil support companies, manufacturing companies and organizations dealing with the import and export of goods.

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME:

The objectives of the programme are to:
  • Develop background knowledge common to all sectors of the maritime industry;
  • Communicate intelligently with professional practitioners in the maritime industry;
  • Provide specially trained managerial and supervisory work-force for the maritime industry;
  • Provide the knowledge and skills necessary for effective and efficient performance of supervisory duties in any business organization.

2. HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN MARITIME TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

The Higher National Diploma (HND) in Maritime Transport and Business Management is a two-year programme comprising four (4) semesters.

GOAL OF THE PROGRAMME
The goal of the programme is the education and training of cadets to enable them perform managerial functions creditably in the maritime industry and other allied industries in general.

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
The Objectives of the programme are to:-

  1. Assist in improving the capability of shippers and consignees to protect their own interests.
  2. Be able to effectively and efficiently manage operations of all transport modes.
  3. Provide students with the aptitude and skills necessary to effectively plan and implement transport and distribution logistics.
  4. Enable the students appreciate the role of management accounting as a tool in ports and shipping management.
  5. Provide the students with the cognitive and analytical skills to make the right investment proposals and management decisions in business.

3. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN SHIPPING AND TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT

The PGD in Shipping and Transport Management has a good mixture of operational and professional shipping knowledge. The programme is full time. All courses are complementary in the way that course participants are challenged to approach maritime related issues from different perspectives and from the position of different supply chain players, e.g. from the position of a shipping company, port authority, national or regional governmental body, maritime inspection authority, shipbroker, freight forwarder, stevedore, logistics company or financial institution. Also from different organizational perspectives, for example crewing and managing (human resources management), operations, finance and accounting, management, (organization) policies, etc.

The Curriculum for the Post Graduate Diploma in Shipping and Transport Management is structured into two semesters of classroom activities in the institution and on the field research for project writing. Each semester of institution-based activities shall be for duration of 17 weeks, 15 of which shall consist of teaching, practical exercise and continuous assessment activities, which the remaining two weeks shall be devoted to registration and examination.

 

4. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MARITIME TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY

The PGD in Maritime Transport Technology has a good mixture of operational and professional shipping knowledge. The programme is full time. All courses are complementary in the way that course participants are challenged to approach maritime related issues from different perspectives and

5. MANAGEMENT SHORT COURSES

       LISTS OF LECTURERS AND THEIR QUALIFICATION

  

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATE

RANK

1.

Dr. (Mrs.) Mkpandiok, A. A.

 

 

Ph.D. Educational Management and Planning. 2010

MSc. General Maritime Administration. (1993)

P.G.D. in Education. (1989)

B.A. (Hons) English and Literary Studies (1986), FCILT.

Director

2

Mr. John N. Amaize

Fellow chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport UK

M.Sc.  Port and Shipping Administration (WMU Malmo – Sweden)

Post Graduate Certificate in Port Management and Shipping Operations, Department of Maritime Studies, University of Wales College of Cardiff, UK.

B.A. Hons Geography, Ahmadu Bellow University, Zaria.

Asst. Chief Lecturer / HOD(Maritime Transport )

 

3.

Mrs. Izuka Chima Ralph

 

MSc. Shipping Management (In Progress)

P.G.D. Shipping Technology. (2002)

HND Marketing. (1992)

Chief Instructor/HOD (Business Studies)

4.

Mrs. Nse Bassey Okon

 

Masters in Business Administration

BSc. Business Administration

Snr. Lecturer

5.

Mr. Bassey Otore Ntukoghe

 

 

MSc. in view (Thesis)

BTech. Transport Management Tech (Maritime).

Member, International

Multimodal Transport Association

Over three (3) Articles Published.

Lecturer I

 

6.

Mrs. Theresa Edet Eyo

Master in Business Administration

B.Sc. Banking & Finance.

Snr. Lecturer

7.

Mr. Imoh Ekpo Ekpo

 

MBA Finance 2002

PGD (Business Admin)

B.Sc. (Hons) Economics, 1990

Member, Nigeria Economic Society (NES)

Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM)

Snr. Lecturer

8.

Mr. Amos A. Akaso

 

 

CILTA Australia. Diploma in Banking & Finance.

MBA in Maritime Management & Logistics.

Member,

P.G.D in Maritime Management & Logistics,

P.G.D in Shipping Technology,

B.Sc. Business Management.

Snr. Lecturer

 

LT. J. O. Ogundepo (Rtd)

MBA in Marketing Management,

PGD in Business Management

HND in Business Administration

Snr. Lecturer

 

Ukpai Eni Ukpai Ph.D

PhD in Educational Management and Planning, M.Ed, Educational Management & Planning

B. Ed, Social Studies

WASC, GCE, FSLC,

 

Lecturer I

 

9.

Mr. Etim Okon Phillip

 

 

MSc. In Accounting (In view)

MBA in Financial Managment

P.G.D.  in Management

HND Accounting

ND Accounting

Lecturer II

 

 

10

Mr. Chikozie .U. Odumodu

Masters in Tech. Mgt. Ship Operations

B.Tech Transport Mgt. Tech (Maritime)

Lecturer II

 

 

11.

Mr. Hillary O.Effanga

 

PhD in Maritime Management Technology (In view)   

Masters in Maritime Affairs( Specializing in Maritime Safety & Environmental Protection) ,                  

P.G.D in Shipping Technology                            

B.S.c in Physics / Electronics

Higher Degree Course in Project Management  &                  Organization

Higher Degree Course in Leadership, Team & Communication.

 

Lecturer II

 

 

 

Mr. Philip Efiong Ukpong

MSc in International Transport, Trade & Logistics

PGD in Shipping Technology

BSc. In Mathematics & Statistics

Lecturer II

 

Barr. Umoekeyo Uno Uno

LL.M (Int’l Maritime/Commercial Law)

LLB, BL

Lecturer II

 

Mr. Clement  Asuquo  Utting

 

PGD (Shipping Technology)

Mathematics Association of Nigeria (MAN)

Economics Society of Nigeria

B.S.c (Mathematics)

B.S.c  (Economics)

M.Sc (Economics) in view

Asst. Lecturer

 

Mr. Babatunde Omoju

M.Sc Transport Studies

B.Sc (Ed) Economics M.Sc Transport Studies

ND in Accountancy, WASC

CMILT, ACIS, RFF.

Asst. Lecturer

 

 

Mr. Hamza Ibrahim Dande

MBA (Entrepreneurship), PGD, MIS, BSc., ND (DATA PROCESSING), SSSC, FSLC

Asst. Lecturer

13.

Mr. Mfon-obong E. Umana

 

 

MEd. in Education Management & Planning (In view)

P.G.D in Shipping Technology

P.G.D.E in Education

HND in Maritime Transport & Business Management

ND in Maritime Transport & Business Management

Instructor I

14.

Mrs. Eyeyemi F. Pimaro

HND in Marketing, ND in Marketing PGD in Business Administration (in view)

Instructor I

15.

Mr. Friday Michael Ufia

 

M.Sc– In Logistics & Transport Mgt. (in view)                

MBA – In Shipping & Logistics,

MBA – In Business Administration

PGD – Shipping & Transport Mgt.,                      

HND- MTBM, ND- MTBS

 

Instructor II

16.

Mr. Samuel Dayo

Ebidunmi

 

M.SC– In Logistics & Transport Mgt. (in view)

MBA in Supply Chain

PGD in Shipping and Transport Management

HND in Maritime Transport & Business Management

ND in Maritime Transport & Business Studies

 

Instructor II

 

20.

Mr. Abdullahi Ismaila Kuraye

MTL (Master in Transport & Logistics).

PGD in Shipping and Transport Management

HND  in Maritime Transport & Business Management, ND in Maritime Transport & Business Studies.

Instructor II

 

21.

Mr. Eric Bassey Eyo

MSc

PGD in Shipping Transport & Management

HND in Maritime Transport & Business Management, ND in Maritime Transport & Business Studies, SSCE, FSLT,  

Instructor II

 

 

Mr. Idopise Sunday Obot

 

M.SC Economics, BSc Economics, PGDE Social Studies, ND Maritime Transport & Business Studies

 

Graduate Assistance

22

Mr. Imoh Solomon Ukut

MBA (Management)

BS.c Management

Graduate Assistance

25

Mr. Chibuzo Ebere Anyanwu

PGD (STM), PGDE, B.TECH, SSCE, FSLC.

 

Graduate Assistant

26

Mr. Samuel S. Duncan

M.Sc in Educational Technology (in view)

B.E.d in Educational Technology

Certificate of Registration with Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria.

Graduate Assistant

29

Mr. Eugenio Eduk Antai

MSc Agric Econs (Resource & Environmental Economics) in view)

BSc Economics.

Graduate Assistant

                         LISTS OF NON-TEACHING STAFF AND THEIR QUALIFICATION

   

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATE

RANK

1.

Mr. Johnson, Ime Okon

B.Sc, HND, GD

Faculty Officer

2

Mrs. Elizabeth Godwin Eze

ANBC, WACE (Typewriting), FSLC,

Chief Typist

3

Mrs. Mary Bassey George

HND- Secretarial Administration

ND – Secretarial Studies,

Advance NABTEB – Secretarial Studies

Ordinary Level NABTEB –             Secretarial Studies, FSLC

Conf. Secretary I

4

Mr. Esin Okon Ante

HND –  Accounting

ND  –  Accounting, FSLC

Higher Exec. Officer

5

Mrs. Sarah Edet Esin

NABTEB, FSLC

Snr. Clerical Officer

6

Mrs. Arit Effiong Okwong

NABTEB, FSLC

Clerical Officer

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