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NBTE Team Visits Iseyin College of Health Technology on Accreditation Inspection

The team met with the Proprietor of the College, Mr Adewale Owoseni, the Acting Provost, Mr Peter Ibiyosi and the management members of the institution, who took the visitors around the school facilities after series of meetings with the hosts.

NBTE Team Visits Iseyin College of Health Technology on Accreditation Inspection

A team of officials of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), led by the Director NEW TVET, Institution Registration Department, Dr. (Mrs) Fatima Kabir Umar over the weekend were at Iseyin on implementation and physical infrastructure inspection visit, towards the process of accreditation of four courses for Iseyin College of Science and Health Technology, Iseyin.

The team met with the Proprietor of the College, Mr Adewale Owoseni, the Acting Provost, Mr Peter Ibiyosi and the management members of the institution, who took the visitors around the school facilities after series of meetings with the hosts.

While speaking with newsmen after the visit, Dr. Fatima hinted that the visit was hinged upon assessing the readiness of the institution to offer courses in medical and health technology.


“We came on masterplan implementation and physical infrastructure inspection to the school and we have done all the needful to assess the readiness of the school to train students in health technology.

“The school authority made good preparations ahead our arrival and we are impressed with what we saw on ground,” she stated.

The Proprietor, Iseyin College of Science and Health Technology, Mr. Adewale Owoseni said the institution has put all necessary things in place to train students that will make positive impacts in the medical practice in Nigeria and beyond.

He added that the three courses that the NBTE team came to inspect the school for include National Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology, National Diploma in Pharmaceutical Technology and National Diploma in Community Health Technology.

“These three courses are most important in the medical industry and we are poised to train students that will not just get certificates without job, but those that will easily get employment opportunities and as well establish personal health facilities of their owns to provide health services to the people.

“We appreciate the NBTE team, led by Dr. Fatima Kabir Umar, for coming this far for the inspection and sincerity of purpose, as they have put us through on the areas we must work on for speedy accreditation,” he said.