International Vocational, Technical and Entrepreneurship College (IVTEC) is a charitable non-governmental educational institution with a vision to promote inclusive human capital development within the context of evolving national (Nigerian) needs and global competitiveness. It stands out as a vocation training school from its peers for seven unique reasons.
- IVTEC is a charitable non-governmental educational institution. Profit making is not a key consideration in its operations, which makes it readily accessible to indigent population and open to donor funds for human capital development.
- The school, at the bihest of the state governor of Kwara approves full scholarship select candidates for a three-month special training programme under the Youth Employment and Social Support Operation (YESSO) project. Beneficiaries must be indigent, and criteria for their selection I based on World Bank existing database and selection model. Currently, 13 candidates each from the 195 have undergone any of the available 15 special certificate programmes for three months.
- Kwara State indigenes enjoy 70 percent scholarship at the school, which covers tuition, fees and training tools.
- IVTEC curriculum covers, significantly, most of the 900 missing skills sets identified by the Industrial Training Fund, ITF, to be missing in Nigeria.