Rector of the Premier Polytechnic, Prof. Sylvester Achio has applauded hardworking staff of the institution saying the staffs have served as loco parentis for students which he believes created in graduands a vibrant, inclusive and creative culture that will enhance their lives beyond the Polytechnic during the 15th congregation held recently. Touching on graduands statistics

Dr. Paul Effah, a renowned educational administrator and a facilitator for a one-day workshop organized for members of Accra Polytechnic Governing Council has asked members of the Council to constantly assess themselves based on the Polytechnic Act. Referring to the Polytechnic Act, Dr. Effah said it was the responsibility of Council to keep and manage

Accra Polytechnic’s Basketball team received honours for excellence in the Ghana Basketball Awards 2015. The team is recognized as ‘the best of all time’ in recent times among Tertiary Institutions in the Country and across the West African Sub-region for their immense contribution to Sports excellence. This landmark achievement was attained after institution beating several

“ACADEMIC excellence is paramount, no special treatment because you are a Student Representative Council executive, rules and regulations are to be followed”, Professor Sylvester Achio advised. The Rector of Accra Polytechnic, has cautioned the newly elected SRC executives during an orientation organized by the Office of the Dean of Students’ Affairs at the Academic board

At a recent workshop organized for members of the Accra Polytechnic’s Governing Council, the facilitator of the workshop, Dr. Paul Effah, asked members to put their loyalty to the Polytechnic first. He asked members to have the humility to accept views that emanate from others. He said as members of Council, one may have his

This advised was given by Mr. Stephen Kudadze, Dean of Students’ Affairs as the Chairman during an orientation organized at the school’s auditorium for the fresh students to officially welcome and congratulate them for gaining admission into the premier Polytechnic. The orientation exercise sought to advertise the roles of the various Offices in the Institution.

The fresh students in the School of Applied Sciences and Arts have been asked to contribute their quota to help sustain the good image of Accra Polytechnic. The Registrar, Mrs. Rita Kaine stressed on the need to be modest in their dressing. “Indecent dressing would not be entertained”, she said. Mrs. Kaine added that, the

Lead Consultant of Seamless Management Solutions and an expert in customer service, Mr. Patrick Fiagbe has observed that excellent customer service is important in every serious academic institution or organization since that is the modern traveller’s expectation in today’s world. This observation was made during a customer service and attitudinal change training for staff of

Themed “The Dream” with Ghana National Museum for Science & Technology as event venue, tertiary institution – Accra Polytechnic is set to have students showcase an enormous and extra ordinary range of products at its fashion show for the year 2015. The fashion show event with rate 20 Ghana Cedis has been scheduled for Friday,

Final year students of Hotel Catering and Institutional Management (HCIM) were advised to make professionalism be their steer as they prepare to enter the job market. The hospitality industry, they were told has become very competitive in recent times, and a course of study such as HCIM gives students the opportunity to combine theory and

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