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Name

Mr. Cletus Akpo Atah

Department

Vocational Education

Designation

Assistant Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Mr. Cletus Akpo Atah

..Rev. Atah, was employed in the university of Calabar as non-academic staff in 2018. He was converted to academic staff into the Department of Vocational Education (Business Education Unit), University of Calabar in 2019 as Assistant Lecturer. Rev. Atah attended Federal College of Education Obudu where he obtained Nigeria Certificate of Education (NCE) in 2004. He got his Diploma in computer studies from Agape House Foundation International Education Ministry in 2005. He also obtained a Diploma in Bible Theology in 2011 from Assemblies of God Bible College (AGBC) Uyo Akwa Ibom State. In furtherance of his education, he proceeded to the University of Calabar where he bagged a Degree, Bachelor of Science B.Sc in Business Education (Second Class Upper Division) in 2014. He obtained a Degree of M.Sc (Ed) in Business Education (Accounting option) from the same University of Calabar in 2018. Rev. Atah is currently a Ph.D candidate at Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. He is a student member, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Member, Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN), member, Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN) and a professional member, Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN). He is a recipient of the award of service as a pinner Calabar South District Accountant Assemblies of God Nigeria in 2019. Rev. Atah is a minister of the gospel with Assemblies of God Nigeria (Calabar South District). He has published articles in both local and international peer reviewed journals, and book chapters. Rev. Atah has participated in many conferences within Nigeria where he has made presentations. Rev. Atah has taught many course and supervising undergraduate students’ project and seminar in Business Education. Rev. Atah, is happily married with children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. George’s Primary School Idebe Offiong Umo, 19881994
SSCEComprehensive High School, Kutiang 1,Obudu 19942000
NCE Business Education Accounting OptionFederal College of Education, Obudu 20012004
B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education Accounting option (DM)University of Calabar, Calabar20122014
M.Sc (Ed) Business Education Accounting EducationUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20162018
Ph.D Business Education (in View)Ebonyi state university, Abakaliki, Nigeria 20192021

S/N Publication
Atah, C. A. & Akeke, M. N.G. (2021). Business Education programme and occupational title: Contemporary Issues and concepts in business education. 1(1) 209-236
Agim, V. U., Ochui, M. O. & Atah, C. A. (2020). Assessment of availability of new technologies in delivery Business Education content in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State. 7(10), 1-9
Atah, C. A. (2019). Staff Interpersonal Relationship and Performance Incentives of Business Educators’ Job Rendition in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. British International Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 6(3), 72-80.
Atah, C. A. (2019). Influence of Evaluation on Availability of Facilities and Equipment Utilization for the Implementation of Business Education Programmes in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State. International Journal of Education and Evaluation, 5 (2) 9-17.
Cletus A. A. & Abeng C. O. (2019). Influence of Institutional Variables and Employability Skills Acquisition among Business Education Students of Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education Research 5, (1) 1-12.
Atah, C. A.; Ogbiji, M. O & Agbor, E. E. (2019). Small Scale Business Operators’ Risk-taking and Pro-activeness: An Imperative Approach to Sustainable Nigeria Economic Development of Federal Universities in South-South, Nigeria. British International Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 6 (4).1-8
Atah, C. A. (2019). Principals’ leadership style and role performance as predictor for security measure in secondary school in Obudu Local Government area of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Evaluation, 5 (1) 1-6
Bessong, E. B.; Atah, C. A. & Ititim, D. U. (2019). Influence of Intranet and Telecommunication Facilities among Administrative Staff of Vocational Education in Tertiary Institutions in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Evaluation, 5 (3), 83-94 .
Atah, C. A., Ukah, T. A. & Crossdale, O.J. (2019). Utilization of Microsoft Excel and Peer Tutoring in teaching accounting for the acquisition of Vocational Skills among Business Education Students of Colleges of Education in Cross River State, Nigeria. European Journal of Accounting, Finance and Investment 5,(7),84-92
Atah, C. A. & Ukah, T. A. (2019). Issues and Prospects in Business Education Curriculum in the 21st Century. Association of vocational & technical educators of Nigeria (AVTEN). 24(2),83-94
Bessong, E. B. & Atah, C. A. (2019). Teaching business education content with new technologies: challenges and strategies. Association of vocational & technical educators of Nigeria (AVTEN). 24 (1),127-135
Akeke, M. N. G, Aluko, S. O. & Atah, C. A. (2019). Availability of school resources for the delivery of business education content in Universities in Cross River State. Journal of association of vocational and technical educators of Nigeria (JAVTEN). 24 (2),221-232
Chukwurah, C. & Atah, C. A. (2018). Influence of student-teacher relationship and instructional facilities on employability skills acquisition among business education students in tertiary institutions in cross river state. British International Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 6(5).1-9
Atah, C. A. & Bessong, E. B. (2018). Impact of record keeping for sustainability of small scale business operators for National economy development in Nigeria. Journal of Association business educators of Nigeria (ABEN), 5 (1), 102-114.
Atah, C. A. (2018). Empirical evidence of barriers to sustainable rural development in selected villages in Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for today. Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar, Calabarl. 14 (2), 44 – 49.
Wonah, F. A. Egbula, E. O & Atah, C. A. (2018). Quality measures in education administration and the sustainability of academic programme in University in Cross River state. Education for today. Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar, Calabarl, 14 (1) 124 – 130.
Atah, C. A. (2018). Exploring alternative ways of financing vocational and technical Education in Nigeria in the season of economic recession. African Journal of vocational Education (AJOVED) University of Calabar. 7(1),217-226
Chukwurah, C. & Atah, C. A. (2018). The effective methods of business studies delivery in Nigerian secondary schools. Association of vocational & technical educators of Nigeria (AVTEN). Vol. 23(1),234-241
Edet, D.A. & Atah, C. A. (2018). Enhancing job creation Mentality among business education students of Universities for global relevance. Association of business educators of Nigeria: (ABEN) Vol. 6 (2),195-205
Atah, C. A. & Bessong, E. B. (2018). Impact of record keeping for sustainability of small scale business operators for National economy development in Nigeria. Journal of Association business educators of Nigeria (ABEN) 5 (1),102-114
Chukwurah, C. C. & Atah, C. A. (2018). Rebranding entrepreneurship education in tertiary institutions for National economic development in Nigeria. Journal of Association business educators of Nigeria (ABEN) 6(2) 41-50
Atah, C. A. (2018). Empirical evidence of barriers to sustainable rural development in selected villages in Cross River State, Nigeria. Education for today. Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar, Calabarl. 14 (2),44 – 49
Wonah, F. A.; Egbula, E. O. & Atah, C. A. (2018). Quality measures in education administration and the sustainability of academic programme in University in Cross River state. Education for today. Journal of Faculty of Education University of Calabar, Calabarl. 14 (1), 124 – 130
Atah, C. A;Bessong, E. B, & Fidel, W. A (2017). Employability Skills Acquisition among Undergraduates in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of association of vocational & technical educators of Nigeria (JAVTEN) 22 (2), 169 – 177.
Atah, C. A; Bessong, E. B & Fidel, W. A (2017). Employability Skills Acquisition among Undergraduates in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of association of vocational & technical educators of Nigeria (JAVTEN) Vol. 22 (2) 169 – 177
Atah, C. A. (2017). Technical vocational education and training in Nigeria: The turnaround strategies. 13 (2) 128-141.
Atah, C. A. (2017).Teachers’ Motivation: An Imperative Approach to Sustainable TVET Improvement in Nigeria. Teacher Education and Development of Vocational Technical Education in Nigeria. 14 (1) 193-204.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
28th Annual Conference of Association of business educators of Nigeria (ABEN)New Lecture Theater, Campus 1, Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku, River State, NigeriaEthical orientation among entrepreneurship practitioners in cross river state2016-10-112016-10-15
25th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2017, University of Calabar at International Conference Centre, Calabar Cross River State Employability Skills Acquisition among Undergraduates in Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria.2017-06-132017-06-16
25th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2017, University of Calabar at International Conference Centre, Calabar Cross River State Empirical evidence of barriers to sustainable rural development in selected villages in Cross River State, Nigeria2017-06-132017-06-16
25th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2017, University of Calabar at International Conference Centre, Calabar Cross River State Exploring alternative ways of financing Vocational and Technical Education in Nigeria in the season of economic recession2017-06-132017-06-16
8th Annual Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, held in the Senate Chamber Quality measures in education administration and the sustainability of academic programme in University in Cross River state2017-09-102017-09-13
7th Annual Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, held in the Senate Chamber 2017-09-102017-09-13
29th Annual Conference of Association of business educators of Nigeria (ABEN)Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi – Joe Impact of record keeping for sustainability of small scale business operators for National economy development in Nigeria2017-10-102017-10-14
29th Annual Conference of Association of business educators of Nigeria (ABEN)Plateau State Polytechnic, Barkin Ladi – Joe Rebranding entrepreneurship education in tertiary institutions for National economic development in Nigeria2017-10-102017-10-14
26th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2017, Federal College of Education(Technical), Gombe State, NigeriaThe effective methods of business studies delivery in Nigerian secondary schools2018-07-242018-07-27
30th Annual and 3rd International Conference of Association of business educators of Nigeria (ABEN) Beyelsa Stae Guest House, Abuja Nigeria.Trends in Nigeria curriculum development on socio-economic transformation2018-10-082018-10-11
30th Annual and 3rd International Conference of Association of business educators of Nigeria (ABEN) Beyelsa Stae Guest House, Abuja Nigeria.Influence of Institutional Variables on Employability skills acquisition among business education students in tertiary institutions in Cross River State.2018-10-082018-10-11
30th Annual and 3rd International Conference of Association of business educators of Nigeria (ABEN) Beyelsa Stae Guest House, Abuja Nigeria.Enhancing job creation mentality among business education students of Universities for global relevance2018-10-082018-10-11
26th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2019, help at Ebonyi State University, AbakalikiTeaching business education content with new technologies: Challenges and strategies2019-07-242019-07-27
26th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2019, help at Ebonyi State University, AbakalikiIssues and Prospects in Business Education Curriculum in the 21st Century2019-07-242019-07-27
26th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2019, help at Ebonyi State University, AbakalikiImpact of computer technology in teaching and Learning of Business Education in Nigerian classroom.2019-07-242019-07-27
26th annual international conference of the Association of Vocational & Technical Educators of Nigeria (AVTEN), formerly Nigeria Vocational Association (NVA) 2019, help at Ebonyi State University, AbakalikiAvailability of school resources for the delivery of business education content in Universities in Cross River State2019-07-242019-07-27
9th Annual Conference of Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, held in the Senate Chamber Barriers to sustainable rural development in selected villages in Cross River State, Nigeria2019-09-102019-09-13
31th Annual Conference of Association of Business Educators of Nigeria (ABEN),Delta State University, Abraka Business Education curriculum content and the acquisition of vocational skills among Business Education students in tertiary institutions in Cross River State2019-10-092019-10-12