Institute launches graduate scheme to solve power challenges
The Energy Institute Nigeria, in partnership with Lonadek’s Cedar Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Centre (STEM), have launched a four-month Graduate Engineering Training Scheme (GETS) that will focus on addressing the country’s power gaps, through the use of conventional and non-conventional sources of energy.
The project, available to all young qualified engineers, in conjunction with the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE), will deploy state-of-the-art technology to stimulate innovation, and close the gap between theory and practice; as it empowers beneficiaries to become best-fit professionals, with a focus on priority sectors of the economy.
Managing Director of Energy Institute Nigeria, Yewande Abiose, said individuals who choose to participate would learn through conferences, seminars and workshops, facility tours, site-based experiences, individual and group projects.
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