Established in 1971, the Industrial Training Fund has operated consistently and painstakingly within the context of its enabling laws Decree 47 of 1971 as Amended in the 2011 ITF ACT. The objective for which the Fund was established has been pursued vigorously and efficaciously. In the four decades of its existence, the ITF has not only raised training consciousness in the economy, but has also helped in generating a corps of skilled indigenous manpower which has been manning and managing various sectors of the national economy... read more
The world is passing through one of the worst economic crisis in recent time. Both the developed and developing economies are experiencing serious economic downturns. Globalization has turned the world into one big village and whatever happens in one economy will have ripple effects in other economies. The focus of the Industrial training Fund (ITF) is for the industries of our country to succeed in the face of current economic meltdown. One of the major principles needed by commerce and industries to succeed in the current situation is quality training that will equip the employees with new skills, competencies and techniques. If you hire and keep good employees, it is good policy to invest in the development of their skills, so as to increase their productivity. It has therefore become necessary for ITF to evolve new areas of approach to enhance the relevance and quality required of commerce and industry. New competencies were developed in many areas including Vocational and Technical training, read more
- Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment
- National Employers Consultative Association.
- National Board for Technical Education.
- National Commission for Colleges of Education.
- National Universities Commission.
- National Association of Chambers, Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture.
- Manufacturers Association of Nigeria.
- Nigeria Masterweb Report