History


The Jubilee Partners in collaboration with Takoradi Polytechnic conceived the idea to set up a Technical Training establishment which would increase the skill pool for the nation based on a Vocational and Technical Training.

The TTE Technical Training Group, a UK vocational training experts, were contracted as consultants for the construction and initial operation of the training centre. The centre, approved by PAAQ-Set in August 2013 will serve all industries and local businesses in Engineering and Process.

The Jubilee Technical training Centre (JTTC) is the most up to date training facility in Western Africa offering its own fully operational in house 3 phase separator and water treatment plant. Computer controlled, it replicates industry processes and procedures providing an excellent foundation to build on. TTE assessors are training and mentoring local Ghanaian Trainers in the delivery of Level 2 Diplomas.

The Current Situation

The current situation is as follows: the center was opened on the 21st of June, 2013 by the Minister of Education, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyeman, the Deputy Western Regional Minister Mr. Alfred Ekow Gyan, the Rector of Takoradi Polytechnic, Rev. Professor Daniel Nyarko, and representative from the Jubilee Partners.

The centre is now fully operational.