Vocational training centers are meant to prepare students for careers that are based on manual or practical activities to equip them for a specific trade, occupation or vocation.
Developing countries like Nigeria are placing emphasis on their industrial and technological development because with growing population and high percentage of young people among them is leading to increase labour force that agriculture alone cannot absorb them.With this attendant rise in quest for skill acquisition amongst Nigerian as a means of livelihood and sustenance, there is dare need for more institutes to teach and train individual and artisan on technical and vocational skills.
This calls for efficiency in spatial design of teaching and learning spaces in vocational institutes and to give adequate attention to space planning and its utilization.
Therefore this work aim to address this challenge because Vocational centers generally houses people, machine and equipment.
Okeke Francis O.
is a lecturer in the Dept of Architecture, University of Nigeria Enugu.
He holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) Degree in Architecture with First Class Hons and a Master of Science (MSc) in Architecture with a Distinction both from the University of Nigeria.
His Area of specialization includes Biomimicry and Sustainable architecture.
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