Name: OKORIEOCHA CHRISTOPHER NDUDI Ph.D
Place of Birth: Oyigbo
State of Origin: Imo
Local Government Area: Obowo
Marital Status: Married
Number of Children: Five (5)
Contact Address: Industrial Technology Education Department,
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Nigeria.
Email Address: email@example.com
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH DATES:
University of Nigeria, Nsukka. – 2004-2010
University of Nigeria, Nsukka. – 2001-2003
Rivers State University of Science & Technology
Port Harcourt, Rivers State. – 1990-1995
Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Lagos. – 1985-1988
Boys’ Technical College, Osusu Aba, Abia State. – 1979-1982
Osu Technical College, Osu, Isiala-Mbano. – 1977-1979
Community Primary School, Kom-kom, Oyigbo, Rivers State. – 1971-1976
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS WITH DATES:
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Industrial Technical Education – 2010
Master of Education (M.Ed) Industrial Technical Education – 2003
Bachelor of Science Technical Education – Electrical Electronics – 1997
Nigeria Certificate of Education (Technical) Electrical/ Electronics – 1988
Wes African Examination Council (Technical Certificate) – 1982
First School Leaving Certificate – 1976
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State – 2015-Date
Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo State – 2012-2014
Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Eleme Study Centre – 2006-2007
National Teacher’s Institute, Eleme Study Center
(Course Tutor on Educational Research and Methodology) – 2004-2006
CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED WITH DATES
· 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference, Faculty of Education,
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Anambra State,
held at TEDFUND Building, Igbariam Campus. 10th – 13th October, 2017.
· 25th Annual International Conference, Calabar 2017, of the
Association of Vocational and Technical Education of
Nigeria (AVTEN) held at University of Calabar International
Conference Centre, Calabar, Cross River State. 13th-16th June, 2017.
· UNESCO – UNEVOC UNIT: Centre for Technical Vocational
Education, Training and Research, First National Conference,
2017Held at Princess Alexandra Auditorium, University of Nigeria,
Nsukka, Enugu State, 3rd – 6th May, 2017.
· 28th Annual National Conference of the Nigerian Association
of Teachers of Technology held at the Federal College of Education
(Technical), Asaba, Delta State. 19th – 23rd October, 2015
· 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference on Global Initiatives
For integrated Development IIC-GIID 2015, Held at Chukwuemeka
Odomegwu Ojukwu University, Igbariam Campus,
Anambra State. 2nd – 5th September, 2015
· 1st International Conference of CASE held at the
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture,
Umudike, Abia State. 17th – 19th July, 2015
· 7th International Conference of the Education, Research and
Innovation held in Spain. 7th –19th November, 2014
· 1stInternational Conference of the Nigeria Association
Of Teachers of Technology held at the Federal College
Of Education, Technical, Akoka Lagos. 20th – 24th October, 2014
· 26thAnnual National Conference of the Nigerian
Association of Teachers of Technology held at the Federal
Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State. 21st -26th October, 2013
· 25thAnnual National Conference of the Nigerian
Association of Teachers of Technology held at the
Benue State University, Makurdi, Benue State. 15th – 19th October, 2012
· 24thAnnual Conference of Nigerian Association of
Teachers of Technology at Federal College of Education
(Technical) Umunze, Anambra State. 17th – 22nd October, 2011
· 4thInternational Conference of the Institute of Empirical
Research and Sustainable Development at Petroleum
Training Institute, Warri. 26th–27thSeptember, 2011
PUBLICATIONS WITH DATES
1. Beako, Y.T; Okorieocha, C.N; Ojotule, D.I. & Kooli, P.L. (2017). Safety practices skills needed in handling and storage of fuel oil by students of motor vehicle mechanic in technical colleges in Rivers State. International Journal of Advanced Academic Research / Science Technology & Engineering. 3(12), 1-14 Online
2. Okparaeke, G. M. & Okorieocha, C. N. (2017). Benchmarks in entrepreneurial tiling competencies required by building trade, students for employability and sustainable national development. African Journal of Educational Assessors. 3(3), pp 104-113.
3. Okorieocha, C.N. & Taneh, A.N. (2017). Poverty reduction and national development through technical vocational education and training. Journal of Education and Leadership Development, 9 (2), 1-16.
4. Okparaeke, G.M., Okorieocha, C.N. & Onuoha, R.I. (2016)
Performance competencies standards required from graduates of educational of Building technology education of the universities for the 21st century construction industry needs in Anambra and Enugu States. International Journal of Educational Studies (INJEDS), 1(2), 206-214.
5. Okorieocha, C.N & Okparaeke, G.M. (2016). Entrepreneurship enhancement through vocational technical education. Merit Research Journal of Education and Review. 4 (9)pp 126-132 Online.
6. Okorieocha, C.N. (2016). Achieving wealth creation through technical vocational education and training. Journal of Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology. (JONATT) 1 (2), pp160-168.
7. Taneh, A.N., Ndudi, C.O., & Harry, I.H. (2016) Proximity intruder security system: A technological and scientific innovation for social and national development.
Journal of Engineering and Applied Scientific Research, 8 (1), 42-50
8. Okorieocha, C.N & Eronini, U.C. (2016). Effects of information and communication technology on Student’s interest in basis electricity. Issues in Scientific Research, 1 (4)pp 45-51 online.
9. Okorieocha, C.N. & Vareba, S.S. (2016). Technical vocational education and training and local technology: A panacea for sustainable entrepreneurship skills development. Research Journal of Educational Studies and Review, 2 (3), pp32-36 Online.
10. Okorieocha, C.N. & Ogwumike, C.M.C. (2014). The relevance of creativity and innovation in entrepreneurshipfor the transformation of national economy. ANSU Journal of Innovative Education Research 2 (1), 177-188.
11. Okorieocha, C.N. & Duru, F.C. (2014). Technical vocational education and training for industrial development and economic growth. International Journal of Innovative Education Research 2 (1) 37- 44.
12. Okorieocha, C.N. & Chukwukanwosa, L.I (2014). Technicalvocational education and training: “A panacea for entrepreneurship enhancement for national building. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology.
13. Okorieocha, C.N. &Taneh, A.N. (2013). Roles of (TVET) in industrialization andeconomic development of Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Education Research 1 (1)1-7
14. Okorieocha, C.N. & Musa, S.U. (2012). Manpower development in technical and vocational education (TVE): Aprerequisite for the technological development of Nigeria. National Association for the Advancement Knowledge. 26 (4),129-135
15. Okorieocha, C.N & Musa, S.U (2012). Perception of junior secondary school teachers on therelevance of ICT on student’s performance in Business Studies. Nigeria Vocational Association Journal 17 (2),74-84
16. Okorieocha, C.N. (2011). Effect of information and communication technology on student’s academic achievement in basic electricity. International Journal of Empirical Research and Sustainable Development. 4 (1), 9-22
17. Musa, S.U. Okorieocha, C.N. & Ogara, E.E. (2011). Funding of educational research in Nigeria. Review of Education, Institute of Education Journal, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 22 (1), 105-112
18. Okorieocha, C.N. (2010).Effect of information and communication technology (ICT) on student’s academic achievement and interest in basic electricity. Unpublished Ph. D Thesis. University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
19. Musa, S.U. & Okorieocha, C.N. (2010). The role of vocational and technical education in the attainment of the millennium development Goals in Nigeria. The Nigerian Academic Forum: A Multi-Disciplinary Journal. 19 (1), 38-43
20. Okorieocha, C.N. & Ilojeme, E.E (2008).Utilization of ICTs in technical education for the realization of vision 2020. Proceedings of the 21stAnnual National Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT).
21. Okorieocha, C.N. (2003). Design a construction of direct current/alternating current (DC/AC) converter. Unpublished M.Ed Thesis, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
22. Chirolu, D. & Okorieocha, C.N. (2003). Accountability in facility management in industrial education. Journalof Vocational, Science and Education Development. 4 (1)
23. Okorieocha, C.N. (1995).Process involved in designing a power transformer. Unpublished B.Sc. Project. Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt.
TRAININGS ATTENDED WITH DATES
· Project Management Module II: Project Planning and Implementation
by SMD Management Associates. 20-24 Feb., 2017
· Electricity Capacity Building Program on Basic Electricity & Domestic
Installation Lab & Applications 24th-26thOct, 2016
· Induction Programme for MOUAU Staff under the Climate Impact
Research Capacity and Leadership Enhancement (CIRCLE) Programme
For the Sub-Saharan Africa (2014-2016) 17th-18thOct, 2016
· A 2-week SkillUp Industrial Train the Trainer Programme on
Electrical Installation by SkillUp TVET Limited, Lagos. Aug.31st Sept. 11th 2015
· Ibadan Business School –Result Based Project monitoring,
Tracking, Evaluation and Reporting December, 1st-12th 2014.
· Secretary, Ozurumba Age Grade Obowo Rivers State Branch, 1998-2005.
· President Immaculate Voice Choir, St. Paul’s Catholic Church Alesa Eleme, 2009-2016
· Chairman Parish Harvest Planning Committee, St. Paul’s Catholic Church Alesa Eleme, 2013
· Chairman Station Harvest Planning Committee, St. Paul’s Catholic Church Alesa Eleme 2012
· Chairman Cultural Day, Book Launch, and Silver Jubilee Celebration, St. Paul’s Catholic Church Alesa Eleme, 2010
· Staff Secretary, Comprehensive High School, Alesa Eleme, 1991-1997
· Chairman, Disciplinary Committee, Immaculate Voices Choir, St. Paul’s Catholic Church Alesa Eleme, 2016-date.
· Chairman Electoral Board Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology (NATT), 2012 and 2014.
· Secretary, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Eleme Chapter, Rivers State, 2012 – 2015.
· Chairman, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Eleme Chapter Rivers State, 2015- 2017
· Dedicated Teacher Award Esther Kiamanga Education Foundation, 2009
· Ambassadorial Award in Recognition of immense contributions to the growth of Laity Council of St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Alesa Eleme, 2012
· Certificate of Honour in Recognition of an Outstanding Services towards the upliftment of Isitugo Age Grade Okwuohia, Obowo L.G.A. Imo State, 2012.
Introduction to Electricity/Electronic Technology ITE 123
Principles of Electricity ITE 213
Electrostatic and Electromagnetism ITE 223
Measuring Instruments and Testing EET 311
Electrical Installation EET 321
Introduction to Industrial Technology Education ITE 107
Seminar in Industrial Technology Education ITE 412
Electrical Machines and Power EET411
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MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN)
Nigerian Association of Teaching ofTechnology (NATT)
Association of Vocational and Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN)
PROF (MRS) UJU C. UMO,
Department of Arts Education,
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
REV. FR. GEORGE BABBEP,
Catholic Institute of West Africa,
BLESSING BORO (ESQ.)
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Top Floor, Abenu Plaza,
By Jaka Bus Stop, East-West Road,
Akpajo, Port Harcourt.