The programme aims at giving further training to technical professionals so that they can play greater roles in designing, planning, managing and teaching technical courses in both industrial and educational settings.
This is a 4-Year program which aims at producing graduates who are competent in machine tools operations, design and fabrication of engineering components and units by combining theory with practice. To achive this objective, students are taken through taught courses and hands on exprience in the mechanicals workshops. In addition, students embark on educational trips and Industrial Attachment programmes to acquaint themselves with modern and updated operational practices.
The vision of the Department is to become an outstanding centre for the training of Mechanical Technology teachers in the Country and the West African sub-region.
The Mission is to equip students with the necessary academic and professional competencies and skills through the use of innovative techniques to enable them teach effectively in pre-tertiary/tertiary institutions.
Applications are invited from qualified Senior and Junior Staff of the University for the July 2017 promotions. Requests for application forms should be directed to the Deputy Registrar, Human Resource.
Application and Assessment Forms will be sent only to applicants who meet the criteria for promotion as outlined in the “PROMOTION PROCEDURES FOR SENIOR/JUNIOR STAFF OF THE UNIVERSITY” which has been circulated to Departments/Sections.
By Afedzi Abdullah, GNA
Biriwa (C/R), July 03, GNA - Research in Mathematics, Astronomy and Computer Sciences is negligible in Africa despite the fact that they constitute the foundation for socio-economic development.
The Centre for School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST) of the University of Education, Winneba in collaboration with shape Attitude Ghana, on Monday 5th June, 2017 celebrated the World Environment Day to educate and sensitise the general public on the essence of keeping the environment clean for human survival.