Banjo Abosede Olubunmi & Yinus Abdulfatai Ayinde

ICTs are transforming education by reducing barriers to learning and increasing knowledge accessibility for everyone worldwide. Technology-enhanced learning has the potential to empower learners by offering them a variety of pathways that offer options and channels to satisfy their education and training goals. This type of learning will be crucial in the creation of a culture of lifelong learning. The purpose of this study is to promote open, flexible, and distance learning in Nigeria through the use of ICT in technical and vocational education training. The study is a quantitative research method and a questionnaire was adopted as an instrument for data collection. There were 150 students from Open Distance and Flexible e-Learning at The Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State and Yaba College of Technology, Lagos State Southwest Nigeria. who were administered a questionnaire. The result of the study revealed that ICT use foster contact and cooperation between teachers and students (X = 3.74, SD = 1.06) and offered the chance to hold thousands of classes on hundreds of subjects and courses accessible whenever, wherever, and as conveniently as needed by students. (X = 3.57, SD = 1.16). Also, the result of the hypothesis revealed that ICT significantly promotes Open Distance and Flexible learning in Nigeria (r = 0.68, p<.05). The study recommended that regular training and re-training programmes on ICT should be organized to enable teachers to meet the challenges of emerging issues in Technology and environment. Keywords: Vocational Education, ICT, Technical Education, Distance Learning0150