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The Nigerian Navy Provost and Regulating School has introduced new subjects to its curriculum so as to prepare new graduating students to face security threats in the maritime environment.
The Commandant of the school, Commodore Chindo Yahaya, stated this on Friday during the combined graduation ceremony of Naval Provost Officers’ Basic Course 11 of 22 and able Regulators Qualifying Course 13 of 22.
Commodore Yahaya said the 16-week courses were made to instil in the students best practices in Law Enforcement within the military and outside.
He said, “Various methodologies were used to train the students and these include: classroom lectures, practical demonstrations, presentations and study visits amongst others.
“Some of the subjects taught during these courses included Naval Law, Criminology, Provost and Crime, Security and Intelligence, Case File Compilation and Contemporary Operations, amongst others.
Yahaya added, “It is necessary to add that the school introduced new subjects such as Cyber Security, Health, Safety and Environment as well as Maritime Domain Awareness in the curriculum of the courses.
“The inclusion of the subjects has broadened the knowledge of these graduands and prepared them to face contemporary and emerging security threats in the Maritime environment.”
Yahaya said the school was also making efforts to improve and expand the scope of the course contents in line with the vision of the Chief of Naval Staff,
Rear Admiral Awwal Gambo, to help the school in administering criminal justice.
He added that plans were ongoing for the school to commence Young Officers’ Advocacy Course and Police Administration and Security Management Course as captured in the Chief of the Naval Staff Strategic Directives 5 of 2021.
“The commencement of these courses will improve the outcomes of the school,” Yahaya said.
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Akeem Alao trained as a language teacher. He graduated from Adeniran Ogunsanya college of Education where he studied English/Yoruba Languages and Ekiti State University where he obtained a degree in English Education.