The Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria has commenced online training in compliance with the Federal Government’s directives to curtail the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
A statement issued from the rector’s office said the foremost aviation college commenced training activities in order to ensure continuation while maintaining the restrictions and social distancing order.
While stating that the college had developed Online Virtual Learning (OVL) system for the conduct of theoretical knowledge-based subjects, the rector in the statement further disclosed that the training will be online real-time led by instructors and will be an interactive session.
The Online Virtual Learning training activities according to the college began early this month with mandatory attendance by participants.
The college had Thursday 26th March 2020 suspended all training as a result of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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