Forged Aluminum Pot Production as a Vocation and Its Economic Impetus

Oke A. Gabrie, Oyeniyi A. Yames

Abstract


There are thousands of graduates today along the street looking for works to do in other to earn their livings. There are also lots of vocational works at the local ends which people can pick up and do. One of such is aluminum pot forge production. But people look down on it as invaluable work. This paper therefore intends to enumerate aluminum pot forge production as a good aspect of vocational education for self-reliance. It also traces the availability of materials, studio set up, tools and equipments as well as production processes. The economic impetus to the youths especially the unemployed is however explained. More so, the role of vocational art teacher in introducing the forging method of producing Aluminum pot to students in tertiary institutions is included.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n12p61


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