Dawa Industrial Zone Signs MOU with Ada Technical Institute
The Dawa Industrial Zone has officially signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ada Technical Institute. The gathering, attended by key dignitaries and representatives, marked a significant step towards enhancing technical education and bridging the gap between education and employment in Ghana.
The Principal of Ada Technical Institute, Mrs. Evelyn Jubilee Azasu, and Vice Principal, Mr. Paul T. Agbovie, graced the occasion with their presence, underscoring the importance of this partnership. Mrs. Azasu commended the sound initiative by the Dawa Industrial Zone and hailed the Industrial Internship Programme as a valuable addition to the institution's existing CBT program. She emphasized the critical role of equipping African youth with industrial skills and knowledge to prepare them for the competitive job market.
Mrs. Azasu further highlighted the potential for staff recruits of Ada Technical Institute to leverage this opportunity to enhance their capacities as trainers and teachers, thereby enriching the quality of technical education provided by the institute.
Following the MOU signing, the ceremony continued with an informative tour of the Dawa Industrial Zone. Participants had the opportunity to visit various industrial sites within the zone, including Enclave Power Company, Golden Milan Aluminum, Atlantic Quarry, and several industrial parks. This firsthand experience showcased the diverse range of industries and opportunities available within the Dawa Industrial Zone.
Representatives from Ada Technical Institute who were present at the ceremony included Mr. Charles Takyi, Ms. Lily Dede Onyame-Assem, Mr. Christian Tetteh Caesar, Ms. Gladys Agbemafle, Mr. Ayikpa Derrick Korbla, Mr. James Otu-Ahuahey, Mr. Famous Kuadegbeku, and Ms. Hlorka Catherine Maamle.
The signing of this MOU represents a pivotal moment in the commitment of both institutions to empower students with practical skills and real-world experience, ultimately strengthening the skilled labor force in Ghana. This collaboration is poised to bring about positive changes in technical education and employment prospects for students in the region.