DURATION: 3 MONTHS From: 27th March, 2017

Course Overview

The training will enable participant configure Oracle database for multilingual applications, practice various methods of recovering database using RMAN and Flashback technology, administer database efficiently by using database technologies such as the Resource Manager, the Scheduler, Automatic Storage Management (ASM), and VLDB features, set up secure database using Virtual Private Database, and learn how to efficiently move data from database to database.

Course Objectives

On completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Employ SQL functions to generate and retrieve customized data
  • Run data manipulation statements (DML) to update data in the Oracle Database 11g
  • Control user access and manage schema objects
  • Install Oracle Database 11g and configure a database
  • Perform backup and recovery of a database
  • Monitor, troubleshoot, and maintain a database
  • Configure Oracle Net services
  • Detect block corruption and take appropriate measures to correct
  • Control database resource usage with Resource Manager
  • Review database log files for diagnostic purposes
  • Customize language-dependent behavior for the database and individual sessions
  • Implement a secure database

Target Audience

Application Developers, Business Intelligence Developers, Database Administrators, PL/SQL Developers, Support Engineers, System Analysts, Functional Implementers, Portal Developers, Reports Developer, Technical Consultants, Network Administrators.


Start Date: 19th February, 2018       

End Date: 23rd February, 2018                                                              

Course Overview

AutoCAD covers the essential core topics for working with the AutoCAD software. The teaching strategy is to start with a few basic tools that enable the student to create and edit a simple drawing, and then continue to develop those tools. More advanced tools are also introduced throughout the training guide. Not every command or option is covered, because the intent is to show the most essential tools and concepts, such as understanding the AutoCAD workspace and user interface, using basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools, organizing drawing objects on layers, inserting reusable symbols (blocks), preparing a layout to be plotted and adding text, hatching and dimensions. The course begins with creation of wireframe models, and evolves into complex creation of solid models in later units. You will also learn how to view, rotate and shade your 3D models along with plotting them.

Course Outline

  • Getting Started with AutoCAD
  • Basic 3D Concepts
  • Basic Geometry Drawing & Editing Commands
  • Working with 3D Coordinates
  • Drawing Precision in AutoCAD
  • Solid Modeling Concepts
  • Creating a Simple Drawing
  • Creating Surfaced Objects           

Target Audience

Architects, All Engineers, Draftsmen, Town Planners, Surveyors, Programmers, Artists, Designers etc.


Course Overview

The Internet has made it easier to perpetrate crimes by providing criminals an avenue for launching attacks with relative anonymity. The increased complexity of the communication and networking infrastructure is making investigation of the cybercrimes difficult. Clues of illegal activities are often buried in large volumes of data that needs to be sifted through in order to detect crimes and collect evidence.

Course Objectives

  • This course will prepare you in the disciplines of forensics investigations, incident response, memory forensics, network forensics, mobile device forensics, and reverse-engineering malware.
  • Conduct in-depth forensic analysis of Windows/Linux operating systems and media exploitation focusing on Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, XP, and Windows Server 2008/2012
  • Identify artifact and evidence locations that will answer key questions, including questions about program execution, file opening, external device usage, geo-location, file download, anti-forensics, and system usage
  • Focus your capabilities on analysis instead of how to use a specific tool
  • Extract key answers by utilizing proper analysis via a variety of free, open-source, and commercial tools.

 Target Audience

This training is designed specifically for those who have little or no previous experience with digital forensics, as well as those who just want to understand more about the techniques in digital forensics and what experts are doing, Law Enforcement Agencies, IT Security Professionals, IT Security Administrators, IT Auditors, Heads-IT, Systems Security Administrators and IT Security Consultants.


Course Overview

The Security Specialist Programme presents an excellent training opportunity for Information Technology Professionals who are entering into the world of computer security. This training programme is designed to provide the foundation needed by Electronic Commerce and Security Professionals. The curriculum provides a broad range of skills and knowledge needed to build and manage an organization’s networking and security operations to effectively utilize various resources to achieve operational excellence.

Course Objectives

After the training, participants will be able to

  • Understand Corporate Security Requirements
  • Identify Security Vulnerabilities


Presentation and hands on Lab work


Information Sec. Fundamentals Network Revisited Forensic Fundamentals
Addressing Threats Secure Network Protocols Trademarks, Copyright etc
Backdoors, Viruses and Worms Authentication Network and Router Forensics
Intro to Linux OS Network Attacks  Incident Response and Forensics

Target Audience

Professionals within the Information Technology, Telecommunication, Mining, Banking, Health, Insurance etc who wish to acquire the requisite skills and information computer security and forensics.


Course Overview

The Advance Customer Care training aims at equipping participants in this competitive market environment with the relevant knowledge, skills and attitude in customer service. It is expected that at the end of the course, participants will be well groomed to professionally interact with clients and  provide useful services to them in the most effective and efficient manner with the view to progressively facilitate customer satisfaction, retention and loyalty.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, delegates will be able:

  • To communicate effectively to clients as well as colleagues
  • To develop professional telephone and customer reception skills
  • To Handle challenging customers calmly and confidently
  • To portray a positive image of their company to customers

Target Audience

The target audience includes: Front Desk executives, Marketing Executives, Customer Service Executives, Secretaries, Telephonists, Client Service Personnel, Personal Assistants and anybody who wants to improve upon their interpersonal relationship and work well with others.


Course Overview

This course is designed to validate participants’ skills in preparing, executing, managing and analyzing large-scale and complex projects.

Course Objectives

Participants will be skilled in:-

  • Preparing the Project Plan
  • Initiating, Executing, Monitoring, Controlling and Closing a project
  • Project Scheduling
  • Budgeting and Controlling costs
  • Implementing Human Resource Management
  • Performance Reporting and Stakeholder Management
  • Planning, Identifying and Analysing project risk

Target Audience

Anyone involved in projects – whether as Project Manager, Project Team Member, Planner or Senior Manager. The skills and techniques taught on this program are relevant to all sectors of business and government including services, engineering, social development and information management.

  • Programme Dates and Times MAY CHANGE. If and when this happens, information will be made available with regards to whatever changes have taken place.
  • Companies that nominate 5 or more participants will receive discounts on programme fees. Terms and Conditions Apply.
  • We also offer tailor made training upon request. Please contact any of the numbers below if you have any requests/reservations


  • General Business Certificate in Accounting
  • General Business Certificate in Business Studies


  • Advanced Business Diploma in Accounting
  • Advanced Business Diploma in Business Administration
  • Advanced Business Diploma in Office Management
  • Advanced Business Diploma in Information Technology

Students who successfully pass all required exams in any of these programmes may qualify to be admitted to either 1st or 2nd year at GTUC (Degree Level) after completion of the course.
(This will be subject to meeting all GTUC admission requirements)


Classes will be held in both weekdays and weekend sessions. The courses are designed to run on a bi-semester schedule. Semester begins on the 18th January 2016.


Application forms are available for GHS 60
Application forms are on sale at any of our five campuses. Closing date for registration is on the 15th January 2016.



Applicants must have obtained passes in relevant subjects in any of the following: GCE ‘O’ Level/SSSCE/WASSCE/GBCE/Royal Society of Arts Stage II/ London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Stage II Level, Credit Passes (Minimum of a D at the SSSCE level or C6 at the WASSCE) or better in at least three (3) Elective Subjects. Mature candidates may also apply.
For further enquiries and registration, kindly contact

Centre for Professional Development (CPD), Main Campus, Tesano
Tel: 0202698359, 0302200606, 0302200615, 0501341945

Kumasi Campus: 0202698317,

Takoradi Campus: 0202625794,

Koforidua Campus: 0342196687, 0247600073

Ho Campus: 0505 663 496, 0202 625 793


Start Date: 24th April, 2017

General Objective:

The courses aim at equipping participants with the knowledge and skills to manage logistics, transport and general supply chain operations in their respective organizations.

Specific Objectives:

Among other objectives, the participants will be able to:

  • Professionally manage inventories and warehouse operations
  • Evaluate financing options for transport acquisition and operations
  • Effectively handle goods and services distribution
  • Appreciate the strategic role of Logistics and Transport in the organization’s operations
Target Group

This course is designed for senior managers, middle line managers and supervisors working in the field of logistics and transport, Freight Forwarders, personnel in Supply and Transport department in Government Institutions, the Armed Forces, Police, Fire Service and CEPS. The others are Warehousing and Stores Managers, Airline Workers, Shipping Companies Workers and other Professionals who want to pursue a career in logistics and transport operations and management.

Benefits of the course include the following:

  • An opportunity to join and qualify for membership of the world’s most established professional body for Logistics, Transport and Supply Chain with post nominal such as MILT, CMILT
  • Participate in Continuous Professional Developments (CPDs) offer by CILT its members.
Course Content:


Candidates must successfully complete four (4) modules through examinations (3 compulsory and 1 optional)

  • The course consists of the following three (3) compulsory modules;

Module A – Supply Chain Operations

Module B – Business Theory

Module C – Business Applications

  • Candidates are to undertake an additional one module from the Optional modules listed below
1. Warehousing

2. Procurement

3. Inventory

4. Passenger Transport Operation

5. Freight Operations

6. Port Operations

7. Transport Planning

8. Global Logistics

9. Green Logistics

Entry Requirements:

To qualify for this program, participants ought to have been educated up to either Senior High School (SHS), GCE Ordinary or Advanced Levels with a minimum of credit passes; or equivalent professional qualifications.

Mature Entry Exams will be taken by applicants who are 27years and above but do not meet the academic qualification for only the certificate level.



Candidates must successfully complete five (5) modules through examinations (2 compulsory + 1 elective + 2 optional) or (2 compulsory + 2 elective + 1 optional)


  1. Management in Logistics and Transport
  2. Supply Chain Management


  1. Transport Planning
  2. Transport Operations

Optional – Inventory

  1. Movement of Goods
  2. Movement of People
  3. Production Planning
  4. Retail Logistics
  5. Sourcing and Procurement
  6. Transport and Society
  7. Warehousing
  8. International Business/Global logistics
  9. Project Management
  10. Supply Chain Flow Planning
  11. Supply Chain Network Planning

Entry Requirements:

  • Possession of the International Certificate in Logistics and Transport of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport or
  • Possession of a University First Degree and/or HND (or equivalencies) coupled with relevant areas of study
  • In addition, participants must have worked in a Logistics and Transport environment for a minimum of three years.


The Advanced Diploma aims to give senior managers and leader’s strategic management and decision-making skills to enable them to aspire to the highest levels of management. The Advanced Diploma also includes organizational planning. Participants are expected to become familiar with analytical concepts and to use them in their management role. They will be aware of ethical issues, sustainability and global environmental issues.

Candidates must successfully complete five (5) modules


  1. Strategic Contexts
  2. Leadership and Strategic Management
  3. Strategic Network Planning
  4. Delivery Strategic Performance
  5. Research Methods and Professional Projects

Entry Requirements:

  • Possession of the International Diploma in Logistics and Transport of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport or
  • First Degree/Masters in Logistics, Supply Chain, Transport or related discipline with accredited institution.
  • In addition, participants must have worked in a Logistics and Transport environment for a minimum of three years.

Course Fee:

  • International Certificate in Logistics and Transport (CILT): GHC 2,050.00 (Ghanaian) and GHC 2,250.00 (Non Ghanaian). In addition, students will pay an equivalent of £170 to CILT International for International Student Registration.
  • International Diploma in Logistics and Transport (DILT): GHC 2,790.00 (Ghanaian) and GHC 2,990.00 (Non Ghanaian). In addition, students will pay an equivalent of £200 to CILT International for International Student Registration.
  • International Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transport (ADILT): GHC3, 200.00 (Ghanaian) and GHC 3,500.00 (Non Ghanaian). In addition, students will pay an equivalent of £230 to CILT International for International Student Registration.
International Certificate in Logistics and Transport(CILT):
  1. Six (6) Months: (Five (5) Months course work plus One (1) Month for revision, assignments and examination)
  2. (B) International Diploma in Logistics and Transport (DILT): The programme covers two (2) semesters
  3. (C) International Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transport (ADILT): The programme covers trimesters (3) and will commence on 24th April 2017

VENUE: Lectures will be held on the GTUC – Tesano Campus, Accra

FACULTY: The programme will be facilitated by experienced GTUC, CILT faculty and experts from industry.


Saturdays: 8:00am – 6:00pm for Advanced Diploma,

Evening: 5:00pm – 8:00pm for Diploma and 6:00pm – 8:00pm for Certificate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Programmes commence on: 23rd May 2016.


Application forms may be obtained from our website or and paid for at Ecobank (GTUC-CPD, A/C No. 0550134465742901, Tesano branch) before submission and the pay in slip submitted to GTUC Cash Office at the cost of GHC100.00, forms can also be obtained at the Center for Professional Development.

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