Monday, 24 July 2017 00:00

Data Link Institute Launches Centre for Professional Training in Ho

cpt.jpgData Link Institute (DLI) has launched its Centre for Professional Training in Ho.

The Launch marks the official opening of the Centre to stakeholders as part of efforts to expand the Institutes courseware and make its programmes accessible.

The Centre willaddress challenges associated with access to professional programmes in Ho and other parts of the Volta Region by providinghigh level research and training for corporate institutions and individuals who are considering pursuing professional development.

Speaking at the launch, Vice President, Institutional Advancement, Mrs. Ingrid Ansah, explained that the centre would provide core services in research and development, and also offer tailor-made training programmes for interested individuals and organizations.

She mentioned that Data Link Institute could not have done all alone. The Institute has actively pursued and established collaboration with the following institutions Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, (CILT, UK), Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA, UK), Institute of Commercial Management (ICM, UK) and Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG). Data Link Centre for Professional Training runs courses with these professional bodies at all levels, she added.

She said the centre would also offer short courses in various disciplines to build quality human resource in the region.

He stressed that individuals and organizations should work hard to compliment the efforts of governments to find lasting solutions to the challenges in the educational sector. This centre, when operated effectively, could accelerate professional development in the region, he emphasized. He also applauded the management of Data Link Institute and their collaborators for the initiative.

The event was attended by guests from financial institutions, security agencies, state agencies and other state organisations. In all about sixteen programmes will be running at the centre.

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