The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Prominence Institute of Management and Professional Studies (PRIMPS), Mr Clement Kelvin Yeboah has called for quality education for employable skills and special knowledge for specific professions in the job market.
He said it was imperative following the changes in the job market with Practicals driven and not theories.
Mr Yeboah was speaking at the 6th graduation and matriculation ceremony of PRIMP in Takoradi on the theme” professional education and its global impact, a key role in our education”.
He said it was therefore important to give professional training to students which would make them ready for the job market.
Mr Yeboah said PRIMP in the past three years was nominated as one of the best colleges through the national aviation awards committee in the category of the “Aviation Institute of the year” due to its professionalism in education.
“I will like to assure the public that the college will continue to provide affordable education, for all purpose professional qualifications to meet the needs and demands of the job market” he said.
In all,150 students graduated in various programmes including; Accounting and Finance, Business Management, Commercial Management, Health and Safety Management, Hospitality Management, Human Resource Development, Journalism and media Studies, Legal Studies, Maritime Management, Marketing Office management, Project Management, Purchasing and Supply Management and Tourism.
Meanwhile, 60 students were matriculated into the school this year.
Mr Yeboah urged parents to enrol their children in PRIMP to enable them to acquire quality education and professional skills.
Prominence Institute Of Management and Professional Studies is Affiliated to the Institute of Commercial management UK.
He indicated that, the nomination of the school as one of the best colleges was as a result of the hard work, excellence achievement and professionalism of the school over the past years, adding that it had made the institution recognised in the western region and Ghana as a whole.
He therefore advised the graduands not to allow the syndrome” I must get rich quick” lure them into social vices such as ritual murders, fraudulent deals and many more which were now predominant today in the society.
“It is not how much quickly you accomplish your destiny, but how well you finish it”.