The National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) in Nigeria is a government agency responsible for regulating and supervising technical and vocational education in the country. Established in 1977, the NBTE plays a crucial role in formulating policies, standards, and guidelines for technical education institutions, including polytechnics and colleges of education offering technical programs. It ensures quality assurance, curriculum development, and accreditation of programs to meet national and international standards. The NBTE also collaborates with various stakeholders, including industries and employers, to ensure that technical education aligns with the needs of the workforce and the overall development goals of Nigeria. Its efforts contribute to producing skilled and competent individuals who can contribute effectively to the nation’s technological and economic growth.