Guidelines for Industrial Attachment Programme [IAP]
A full set of
have been compiled from a set of existing and where there
were none, new documents have been prepared;
Firm Database sheet
[refer to annex 1]
Request for Industrial Attachment Placement letter
[refer to annex 2]
letter of consent
[refer to annex 3]
[refer to annex 4]
[refer to annex 5]
[refer to annex 6]
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING AND REPORT ASSESSMENT FORM
[refer to annex 7]
Industrial training tutor visiting report form
[refer to annex 8]
[refer to annex 9]
Insurance cover [refer to annex 10]
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of the document
INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT STAFFING
The proposed skeletal structure for Industrial Attachment programme shall consist of the following personnel;
An overall Faculty Industrial Attachment Coordinator
Departmental Industrial Attachment Coordinator
The Departmental Industrial Attachment coordinator shall perform the duties of the Industrial
(ILO) at departmental level.
DUTIES AND REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS
Each faculty shall appoint Industrial Attachment liaison officer both at the departmental level
and an overall coordinator at the Faculty level.
Departmental Coordinator for Industrial attachment shall be charged with the duty of identifying potential firms that are relevant in the area of study and prepare a database of these FIR
MS indicating their names, addresses and contact details [see Annex 1] 3.3.
Departmental coordinator shall prepare a list of students for Industrial Attachment placement to be forwarded to the Faculty’s Industrial Attachment Coordinator at the beginning of sem
ester preceding the Industrial Attachment.
All Faculty Coordinators shall develop a master list of students eligible for Industrial Attachment programme and forward the same to the Vice Rector Academic and Finance (VRAF) for processing of
students during attachment.
VRAF shall devise means of processing and remittance of Industrial Attachment allowance at such a time to allow for timely reporting of students at their place of attachment. 4.
INES FOR INDUSTRIAL ATTACHMENT PLACEMENTS
The Departmental Industrial Attachment Coordinator shall be required to circulate
request of industrial attachment placement
[refer to Annex 2] complete with an enclosed
Consent letter [refer to Annex 3] to the potential FIRMS, requesting for Industrial Attachment placements.
The timeline for circulation of
form for request of industrial attachment placement
consent letter shall be not less than
) months during the semester preceding the IA,
follow up shall be carried out by the Faculty’s Coordinators in liaison with the Departmental Coordinators
one month after the
circulation of the form
dit of positive respondent firms confirmed through the letter of consent shall thereafter be carried out a month prior to Industrial Attachment placement, by the Faculty Coordinator to establish the number of positions available. Any gaps and deficit shall be reported and
alternative placements sought.
Departmental Coordinators shall thereafter allocate students to these firms depending on the most logical criteria as to be determined later (e.g., area of specialization, individual skills, location studen
ts residence vs. firms etc)
Faculty Coordinator shall thereafter make available copies of all the documents necessary for the student during reporting for attachment, these documents are (i)
Student introductory letter [
see annex 4
Joining report [
Log Book [
see annex 6
Training Certificate [
see annex 9
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