The Deputy South African Superior Commissioner to Ghana has hailed the powerful bond of friendship in between Ghana and South Africa.
Thapelo Madumane expressed optimism that the partnership would continue to increase for the mutual benefit of the men and women of the two countries.
He reported the bilateral relation involving the two nations around the world has created fruitful success above the decades in the areas of agriculture, meals security, institutional capacity creating, science and know-how, trade and expense, education and competencies advancement.
He was talking at the start of the Jackson Institute of Innovation and Leadership (JIIL) in Kumasi.
The university which seeks to coach and make revolutionary leaders and pros with useful, employable and high-quality abilities established for the enhancement and stewardship of culture, is the most recent addition to the Jackson Educational Advanced (JEC).
It also seeks to depart from the archaic methodologies of teaching so as to generate critical thinkers for Ghana and Africa in partnership with the ADvTECH Group and the Independent Institute of Education and learning (IIE), the two of South Africa.
The ADvTECH Team is one particular of sub-Saharan Africa’s top non-public education and learning holdings team with 18 recognized discovering brand names whilst the IIE is also internationally accredited with British Accreditation Council and provides much more than 127 registered and accredited skills from increased certificate to master’s stage.
Madumane claimed JEC has been recognized as a top quality non-public academic brand name and ADvTECH is the major personal educational trader in Africa.
“The inauguration of this challenge with the history of these two good establishments will make the considerably required essential capabilities primary to the path of self reliance, advancement and progress”, he touted.
“In today’s earth, awareness and skills are the forex of the 21st century and an expenditure in this course bears the best yields”, he extra.
He stated South Africa is delighted about the partnership with JIIL especially, its affiliation with the IIE, indicating that education and learning is the highly effective tool that can change the entire world.
He was hopeful that the partnership would make sure continuous training of leaders and professionals for small business and modern society in Ghana, South Africa and Africa at significant.
The Deputy Significant Commissioner applauded the leadership of JEC for the initiative to educate and produce modern leaders which, he pointed out, was critical to accelerated progress of the continent.
Daniel A. Jackson, the Taking care of Director of JIIL, mentioned Ghana’s instructional aim need to be channelled to coaching people today who would be in a position to do the task of the long run and that is what JIIL seeks to do.
“At JIIL, we believe that the 21st century college student ought to be capable in a wide variety of smooth and difficult abilities. The scholar should really be agile and be ready to imagine critically and have the aptitude for entrepreneurship and inculcate innovation and trustworthy management at all stages of society”, he stated.
He reported JIIL has a multi dimensional aspect, conveying that it is a organization and technological know-how institute with the aim of bridging the hole involving academia and sector.
“Our main goal is for learners to efficiently carry innovation to small business by undertaking issues in a different way by way of creativeness. We want business to sign up for forces with academia so that the learners from our institution are not only theoretically skilled but possess the useful knowhow for resolving challenges”.