DTI has commissioned an ultra-modern machine workshop and maker space for effective teaching and training at the institute.
The machines will enable the learners to effectively work on their ideas and concepts, design and develop prototypes, and also ensure products developed are precise and meets the requirements of industry and consumers.
Speaking at the commissioning of the workshop and maker space, Ms Swaniker urged industry to collaborate with TVET institutions such as DTI in order to develop products that are relevant to them. “We are open to working closely with industry to champion a cause aimed at developing prototypes and products that will address the needs of industry whiles creating jobs for the youth’’.
The events were attended by representatives from Ghana TVET Service, CTVET, Ghana Standards Authority, Financial institutions, academia, industry experts, learners, and young entrepreneurs.