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Category: GeneralN/A: International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

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Category: General10:00 am: FNAS 2nd Biannual Faculty Seminar

10:00 am: FNAS 2nd Biannual Faculty Seminar
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RATIONALE

The university is established for the purpose of training students for the nation’s manpower needs at the middle and upper levels; encouraging them to acquire proper values for survival and national development and enhancing their total development to enable them play appropriate leadership roles.

Guidance and Counselling has a crucial role to play in this institution.  It is needed to assist in addressing various problems, which students are likely to face at this level of education.

These include problem associated with late adolescence and early adulthood, adjustment to life in tertiary institutions and preparation for life outside the school system.  It is through the provision of adequate professional assistance to address these problems that the chances of reaching the goals are set out above may be considerably increased.

OBJECTIVES
In this institution, guidance counselling is expected to:

  • Develop in students skills for better self-understanding.
  • Equip students with skills for self-improvement both at school and in later life.
  • Assist students in adjusting to the life and culture of their tertiary institution.
  • Provide information on family life education.
  • Highlight dangers inherent in various social vices (e.g. drug abuse, secret cults, arson, vandalism, etc).
  • Help students develop better interpersonal skills.
  • Equip students with skills for achieving fulfilling academic life.
  • Equip students with knowledge, attitude and skills for developing adequate social skills
    Assist students develop effective time-management skills.
  • Provide remediation approaches to students in event of academic challenges.
  • Provide information to students on world of works after the university experience.
SCOPE

In order to accomplish the preceding objectives, the counsellor is expected to address the following areas:

EDUCATIONAL
  • Explaining concept and purpose of higher education;
  • Providing information on norms and challenges of tertiary education;
  • Establishing available support services at the tertiary institutions;
  • Providing information on time management;
  • Providing information on study habits;
  • Providing information on the course unit system.
VOCATIONAL
  • Explaining criteria for change of course or change of institution;
  • Engaging in career talks and career role playing;
  • Discussing problems of occupational choice;
  • Explaining how to make informed choice;
  • Addressing trends in employment market;
  • Engaging in job placement for graduating and other students;
  • Emphasizing relevance of area of expertise to national development.
SOCIAL
  • Explaining rules and regulations guiding student conduct;
  • Introducing clubs and societies;
  • Discouraging students from examination malpractices;
  • Addressing relationship problems;
  • Addressing issues of secret cults, drug abuse prevention and other social vices;
  • Preventing disruptive behaviour.
PSYCHOLOGICAL
  • Providing information on stress management;
  • Reduce examination phobia and test anxiety;
  • Engaging in family life counselling;
  • Discussing techniques for improved self-image.
ACTIVITIES

The following activities are expected to be carried out:

  • Visit locations of support service;
  • Circulate copies of students rules and regulations;
  • Purchase the institution’s brochures;
  • List activities and periods carried out;
  • Make a study time-table;
  • Appraise students using appropriate psychological test;
  • List steps in preparing for examinations;
  • Read and obey instructions on questions;
  • Watch films highlighting the ills of some social vices (i.e drug abuse and secret cults)
  • Write summary of film’s content including views;
  • Practice effective examination taking strategies
  • Engage in role playing of professions
  • Visit professionals at work; and write report on the outcome of the visit.
STRATEGIES
  • Discuss various types of steps to be taken for effective time-management.
  • Hold talks on various study techniques.
  • Explain and practice behaviour modification techniques.
  • Engage in group work, organize team projects
  • Arrange for referrals.
  • Practice individual/group counselling.
  • Participate in institution’s committees’ activities.
  • Provide guidance and career matters.
  • Organise talks on various social issues engaging resource persons from public and private organizations (e.g Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency – NDLEA, Planned Parenthood Education of Nigeria – PPFN, etc.)
  • Organize talks on leadership training.

MICHAEL AND CECILIA IBRU UNIVERSITY

Ibru Village
Agbarha – Otor
Ughelli North
Delta State
Nigeria

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