Short Course on Project Cycle management ends
The third in a series of short courses being organized by ISSER ended last Friday 6th July, 2012 with a closing ceremony at the ISSER gardens. The ceremony also marked the end of the short courses for this year. In all, 36 participants from diverse backgrounds took the course which examined in detail, project planning and appraisal and monitoring and evaluation of projects.
Speaking at the ceremony, the Director of ISSER, Prof. Clement Ahiadeke, encouraged participants to value what they had learnt and constantly put their knowledge into practice. He also acknowledged the threat ISSER faces from competing organisations running similar short courses. Prof. Ahiadeke took the opportunity to announce that ISSER will continue to improve on the course content to enable the course equip participants with the relevant tools needed to meet current workplace demands. The coordinator for the short courses at ISSER, Prof. Peter Quartey, thanked participants for registering for the course and urged them to return to ISSER any time they needed advice.
The class representative of the course, Mr. Owusu Poku, told the gathering that the course had been interesting and expressed his desire to return for the other short courses next year. He appreciated the fact that aside what was learnt in the classroom, the course offered the opportunity to interact and network with professionals from different backgrounds.
Present at the ceremony were the Assistant Registrar of the Institute, Mrs. Christiana Badu and some other Senior Staff at ISSER.