PENTECOST VOCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE

In the year 1995, the women’s Wing of the Church of Pentecost saw the need to establish a Vocational Training Institute not only to take care of the educational needs of girls but also to reduce the percentage of unemployment among women in the community and the country in general.

This vision has since been adopted and supported by the mother church, seeing that the problem meant to be dealt with by this project is the peculiarity of the community; the school has been strategically situated at Gbawe near Mallam.

 

FC BEAUTY COLLEGE

PROFILE

FC Beauty College is a premier provider of quality education in Beauty Therapy, Cosmetology and Hairdressing in Ghana. The College has been in the forefront of beauty therapy and hairdressing for over ten years and has had students enrolling from all over the world. The College also has been organizing skill upgrading programmes for practioners already in the industry.

N.V.T.I. BURMA CAMP

Construction  Machinery  Mechanics  Training  Institute   

 

Background Information

The Construction Machinery Mechanics Training Institute (CMMTI) is one of current thirty five institutes in the country, Ghana under the auspices of National Vocational Training Institute (N.V.T.I.) - Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare. It was established in 1974 at Burma Camp in the premises of Agric mechanization Engineering, Directorate.

PILOT TRAINING INSTITUTE

N.V.T.I. Pilot

 

Background

The Pilot Training Institute is the first training institute established by the National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) in 1970, after the enactment of the National Vocational Training Act, ACT 351. The institute was to provide both formal and informal training and retraining in employable skills to the youth and any other person desiring a skill.

Vision

ADA TECHNICAL INSTITUTE (ATI)

Tsu NE Oye (enjoy the fruit of your labour)

 

Brief History and Background

Ada Technical Institute was established in September, 1982. It is a co- educational institution with a population of about 769 students pursuing diverse technical and business programmes.

ATI believes that every individual student has a natural talent and flair for Vocational / Technical skills development. As a result wide ranges of career programmes are offered by the institution to enable the individual make a choice for training.

INTERNATIONAL NEEDS VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE (INVTC)

Background
INVTC is a private, all female vocational institute owned by International Needs Ghana (INGH), a non-governmental organization. INVTC operates under INGH, which was registered under the Registrar General’s Department in October, 1987, under the Company’s Code (Act 179), number 33,476.

 

Vision
INVTC's vision is to provide graduates imbued with the requisite technical and vocational skills, and attitudes to confront the challenges of the business world.