The study examined the implementation of International Institute of Welding (IIW) curriculum in Niger Delta Development Commission’s (NDDC’s) Skills Acquisition Programme in Niger Delta region. The objectives of the study was to determine the extent to which the objectives of the NDDC skill acquisition programme in welding and fabrication in Niger Delta region have been achieved, the extent to which IIW curriculum is taught in the NDDC skill acquisition programme and the extent to which the NDDC skill acquisition programme is supervised in line with IIW requirements in Niger Delta region. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The population of the study was 759 respondents comprising 700 Trainees, 37 Welding Teaching Personnel, 11 Heads of Training Centres/Coordinators and 11 Commercial and Industrial Development Directorate (CIDD) staff of NDDC. The sample size for the study was 314. It comprised 255 Trainees, 37 Welding Teaching Personnel (WTP), 11 Heads of Training Centres/Coordinators, 11 Commercial and Industrial Development Directorate staff of NDDC. The instruments that were used for data collection was a self-structured questionnaire designed in four point rating scale. The instrument was face and content validated and tested for reliability using Cronbach Alpha, which yielded 0.83 reliability index. Mean and standard deviation was used to analyze the research questions whereas analysis of variance (ANOVA) were employed to test the hypotheses at 0.05 alpha level of significance. Findings showed that Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) skill acquisition programme in welding and fabrication in Niger Delta region has achieved its objectives to a low extent. Findings also showed that the IIW curriculum is taught to a low extent in the programme, and the programme is supervised in line with IIW requirements to a very low extent. The study recommended among others that the use of unqualified welding teaching personnel should be checked by NDDC using the IIW requirements as yardstick to engaging and retaining them.