Total Nigeria Plc took 33 students of the Hebron Heights College Ikorodu on a practical learning experience at its Lubricant Blending Plant facility in Apapa, Lagos.
The exercise wasaimed at giving the students the necessary practical exposure required to align their academic learning with practical experience as well as serve as a career guide.
The students, in company of their Vice Principal Mrs. Mechero and other teachers, on arrival at the plant underwent the mandatory head count and safety orientation procedure, they were also kitted with the requisite Personal Protective gear.
The Corporate Affairs Manager, Mr. Albert Mabuyaku, took the students on an interactive leadership session. The Plant Manager Mr. Obinna Nwaogu gave the students the theoretical processes of lubricant blending and overall operations of the plant.
The students thereafter went on a guided tour of the entire plant facilitated by the Plant Engineer Mr. Ameh Osayande, Laboratory Analyst Mr. Anu Omotosho and Corporate Social responsibility Manager, Mrs. Chinwe Ifechigha.
The students were taken through the processes of materials receipt, blending processes, laboratory analysis and quality assurance, loading gantry operations, lubricant blending, packaging, storage amongst other topics.
Head Boy of the school, Isaac Ileyemi, in his appreciation speech thanked Total for granting them such a wonderful opportunity to see firsthand activities in a lubricant blending plant. The school’s Library Prefect Bomate En-Sogules also expressed satisfaction and promised to share his knowledge with other students.