Upcoming Courses

Accra Campus

Duration: 5 days

Start date: 22nd January, 2018

End Date: 26th January, 2018

 

Kumasi Campus  and Takoradi Campus

Start Date: 26th Feb., 2018

End Date: 2nd March,2018

Commencement Date:           30thSeptember, 2017

Fee:                                         (Fees includes Tuition, Course materials, Exams and Certificate)

Schedule:                                Weekends (Saturdays only)

Duration:                                Four (4) Months

 

Introduction

The Oil & Gas industry is developing at a fast pace in today’s market economy, as a result new professional development priorities are being set. This has placed a high demand on qualified professionals in Safety, Health & Environment in the Oil & Gas Industry and Entrepreneurial Development.

The training aims at equipping participants with the requisite knowledge to work effectively and efficiently in the industry. The training will cover Safety, Health & Environment and Entrepreneurial Development.

Benefits

  • To equip participants with valued knowledge in Health and Safety in the Oil & Gas Industry
  • To equip participants in Health and Safety Management System
  • Participants will know the Environmental Impact in the Oil and Gas Industry

Broad topical areas

  • Environment, Safety and Health Studies in the Petroleum Industry
  • Quality Standards and Energy Security Studies
  • Fire Hazards, Risks and Prevention Strategies
  • Strategic Planning and Scenario Development in the Petroleum Industry

TARGET GROUP

Participants expected on this programme include Economists, Engineers, Scientists, Technicians, Business Development Practitioners, Planning Practitioners, Oil and Gas Professionals, Fire Service Personnel and Government Officials.

 

Duration: 3 days

Start Date: 29th January, 2018

End Date:  31st January, 2018

Time: 9:00 – 3:00pm

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

  1. Distinguish between qualitative and quantitative data analysis and procedures
  2. Conceptualize, state, test hypotheses and explain the conclusions
  3. Distinguish between parametric and non-parametric analysis
  4. Select appropriate statistical techniques for data analysis
  5. Produce professional quality reports

 

COURSE CONTENT

Main Application software will be SPSS, and Excel

  1. Data Analysis in the Research Process
    • Types of Qualitative Data
    • Transcription and analysis (summarizing, categorization and thematization; interpretation; constant comparative causal pathways, cross-site analysis, inductive analysis, concept mapping etc.)
    • Presentation (text, matrices, charts, pictures, tables, sound)
    • Quantitative Data management
  2. Scale of measurement – measure of central tendency
    • Introduction to SPSS: File creation, Dialogue boxes, Definition of variables and management, Missing Values, Data entry, Saving and retrieving data, backing up files
    • Data screening and cleaning, Reliability, Overview of Open-ended items & Coding Manual,
  3. SPSS: Coding and recording, Transformation – computation, merging files (cases or variables). Selecting cases – Conditions; Combining Logical Relationships, versions of files
  4. SPSS: Data processing and analysis
    • Linkage to objectives, All instruments, Data summary,
    • Exploration, Stem and leaf, Frequencies, Pivot table editing,
    • Descriptives, Standardization, Percentiles and Quartiles
  5. SPSS: Inferential statistics
    • Exploring relationships (correlation (Pearson and Spearman), regression, cross-tabs, chi-square – phi, Cramer’s V), Mann-Whitney U Test, Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test, Kruskal-Wallis Test
    • Comparison between means – Paired, Independent samples, One sample – T, Z, etc tests, ANOVA (1,2 way), Effect size
  6. Excel:
    • MegaStats tools
    • Mathematical operations, Data transformation, Analysis tools, Insert functions, Descriptives, Skewness, Kurtosis, Percentiles & Quartiles, Standardization, Fractions, sumproduct
    • Histogram, Other graphs (bar, pie, line, S&D, Lorenz)
    • Inferential statistics – Sampling, T-test, Z-test, F-test, ANOVA (1,2 way), Difference between proportions
    • Pivot table and chart report – One Variable, two variable tally, Grouping categories in charts
    • Excel Logical Functions

MODE OF DELIVERY

Through demonstrations

 

DURATION6 MONTHS

STARTING : 24th March, 2018

Management Information System (MIS) is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to manage and change business processes through information and communications technology (ICT) and information systems. The course focuses on the concepts, methods and practical applications of information systems in the work place.

Learning Outcomes

  • Define and explain the concepts, theories and practices in the development and use of information systems in the organization.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of computing system architectures, operating systems software and interconnection of information resources through networking.
  • Analyze problems and determine systems requirement for developing a logical design of an information system.
  • Implement an information system in database management system or emerging development environment.
  • Develop product that demonstrate a working understanding of the management of information systems functions, integration and project management to ensure project quality.

Target Audience

Business Owners, Corporate Executives, IT Managers, Middle Level Managers.

DURATION: 5 DAYS             

Start Date: 26th March,2018

End Date: 30th March,2018          

This program provides a complete foundation of knowledge for the Wi-Fi networking industry. From basic RF theory to 802.11 frame exchange processes, this course delivers hands-on training that will benefit the novice as well as the experience network professional.

Learning Outcome

  • Participants will be able to;
  • Perform site survey and reporting after the site survey
  • Interpret wireless security techniques
  • Understand Regulatory Compliance
  • Understand industry best practices for optional use of directional and omni-directional antennas in site surveys
  • Understand the proper locations and Methods for installing RF antennas
  • Recognize common problems associated with wireless networks and their symptoms, and identify steps to isolate and troubleshoot the problem

Course Outline

  • Wi-Fi Technology, Standards, and Certifications
  • Hardware and Software
  • Site Surveying and Installation
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Fundamentals
  • Security& Compliance
  • Applications, Support, and Troubleshooting

Target Audience

IT Managers, IT Professionals, ISPs, IT support staff who work with wireless technologies, Network Administrators, System Administrators, IT Instructors, Project Managers or Sales Staff, who are expected to effectively communicate about wireless technologies, will also benefit.