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Tamale Technical University and Ghana Standards Authority Collaborate to Standardize Northern Ghana’s Vehicles

by Victor Adetimilehin

In a groundbreaking partnership, Tamale Technical University (TaTU) and the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish TaTU’s auto laboratory as a center for GSA’s vehicle standardization and authorization in Northern Ghana. This collaboration not only enhances the educational opportunities for students but also contributes to the region’s automotive industry.

The MoU opens doors for students to receive specialized training in industrial trades essential for the job market. TaTU will now admit more students into programs such as Automotive Brake Systems, Automotive Electricity/Electronics, Automotive Engines, Suspension, Steering and Alignment Services, and Electronic Fuel Management Systems.

At the signing ceremony held in Tamale, the Vice-Chancellor of TaTU, Prof. Abass Braimah, and the Director-General of GSA, Prof. Alex Dodoo, expressed their enthusiasm for the partnership’s potential to advance students’ knowledge and skills, equipping them for promising careers.

Prof. Braimah remarked, “The laboratory will serve as a center of excellence and will train and equip students to become engineers. We want to make sure that what you desire of a graduate is what we produce.”

Prof. Dodoo concurred, describing the collaboration as innovative and highly beneficial to both institutions. He emphasized GSA’s commitment to provide unwavering support for the partnership’s success.

One of the significant outcomes of this collaboration is the establishment of the auto laboratory as a hub for standardizing and authorizing vehicles across Northern Ghana. This move ensures that vehicles in the region meet the required quality and safety standards, contributing to road safety and the overall well-being of the community.

This strategic partnership not only strengthens educational opportunities but also plays a pivotal role in enhancing the region’s automotive industry, promoting economic growth, and ensuring that Northern Ghana enjoys access to safe and reliable vehicles.

Source:[ Graphic Online ]

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