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Akwatia Technical Institute

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AKWATIA TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

1. VISION:
To add to existing vocations its advanced courses Introduce short course for NVTI / NACVET.

2. MISSION STATEMENT
Educate and train high quality skilled work force for Industry, Create responsive human resource supply system which would gradually influence the maintenance of the economy citizenry and political system.

3. SCHOOL CREST AND MOTTO;
4. BRIEF HISTORY OF INSTITUTE
Akwatia Technical Institute was originally a Trade Training Centre (TTC) established by Consolidated African Selection Trust (CAST), a company which was prospecting for diamonds.
The centre was a contribution to the Independence Monument appeal fund and was opened on 28th February, 1958 by the Hon. C.T. Nyalander, then Minister of Education.
The centre was used to train only boys in the following:-
i. Apprentices recruited in Mechanical, Automobile and Electrical Engineering Programmes
ii. Graduates from Universities who were offered permanent or Vocational employment in the Company.
The initial intake for the Institute at that time was Twenty (20) apprentices only for a year and these trainees were trained for a period of five (5) years to become Journeymen ready to be absorbed in the Company’s Workshop. At the end of the training the successful apprentices were awarded National Apprenticeship Certificate and the brilliant ones were registered to write City and Guilds of London Institute Intermediate Examination.
In 1975 the Government of Ghana took over the centre and re-named it Akwatia Technical Institute. When the government took over it changed the duration of training from five (5) years to Three (3) years and also introduced Block laying and Concreting Craft alongside the existing programmes
When the government of Ghana took over he put up only (1) Two (2) storey building to be used as classroom block in order to increase the student intake. At the moment the student population is about Four Hundred (400) including Eight (8) girls with Forty (40) Teaching Staff and Forty-Two (42) Non- Teaching Staff.
However the existing boarding facilities for twenty students has not changed, but rather housing One hundred & Fifty (150) boys.
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5. MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OVER THE YEARS
TOOL FOR CHANGE LOGO AWARD – 2006
Winner of Ghana – Canada Toolkit for change : Building Slope Project Logo contest organized by the Ghana Education Service and Bow Valley College of Canada in 2006.
i. TABLE TENNIS ( BOYS) – 1ST – 2006 / 09
ii. HAND BALL (BOYS) – 1ST – 2007
HAND BALL ‘’ – 2ND – 2008
HAND BALL “ – 2ND – 2009
iii. VOLLEY BALL – 2ND – 2008
iv. SOCCER – 2ND – 2008
SOCCER – 3RD – 2009Two (2) students selected to represent the Region during regional Sports Festivals in Accra – 2009.

6. ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES 6. –
At the moment programmes being run at 3 years duration are :-
a. Motor Vehicle Mechanics Work
b. Blocklaying and Concreting Craft
c. Carpentry and Joinery
d. Electrical Installation Work
e. Mechanical Engineering Craft Practice
b. Computer (ICT)

7. STAKE HOLDERS
Parent Teacher Association (PTA

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  • Monday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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