GTUC Schools Kumasi Prison Service In ICT

The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has offered to train some selected Officers of the Ghana Prisons Services in Kumasi in Information Communication Technology.

The ICT training which will span a period of two months will have the officer’s train in Microsoft suit and other internet based applications to equip them to meet the changing trends in technology.

The training, the University says forms part of the company’s quest to assist the government to empower individuals in ICT.

Assistant Registrar in-charge of Marketing and University Relations Kumasi – campus of the Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), George Akom told ultimate radio the training program is to compliment government’s efforts at implementing an E-Governance platform in Ghana.

‘We are doing this in support of government’s vision of implementing E Governance in the country. GTUC as a technology school, as part of our corporate social responsibility is in support of this vision to bring technology to all people in ministries, departments and agencies of government,’ he stated.

He said they were beginning with eighty officers from the Central Prisons after which the concentration would move to prison officers from the Manhyia Prisons Division. He also indicated that Obuase would be their next destination after completing with Kumasi.

George Akom says the University plans to institute a training program for ICT and Computer Science for other security services as well to improve their practical knowledge in ICT.

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