Kersl is the number one workplace technical skills continuing education provider in Ghana
We have a comprehensive list of our programmes in manufacturing and automation skills training, and National Instruments measurements and controls training for industry, education, and research.
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We believe that a well-trained technical workforce is one of the significant paths to Ghana’s industrialization.
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Certificates and Diplomas Offered By KERSL
A person may enroll in either Workplace Continuing Education or in a Diploma programme.
KERSL awards Certificates and Diplomas. A person enrolled in the workplace continuing education programme will be awarded a certificate for each course or module completed. On the other hand, a person enrolled in a diploma programme will be awarded a diploma only after completion of the prescribed set of courses for that programme.
For trainees/students who opt for a workplace continuing education programme, the required courses are typically structured as short-term (e.g., 3-days, 1 week, or 2 weeks) intensive programmes. They run all-day (typically 9:00am – 4:00pm) with short breaks in between plus a one-hour lunch break. A one-week course in a Continuing Education Programme is equivalent to 2 credit-hours of a semester’s study at a regular school.
Diploma programmes typically consist of several courses and are typically run as regular 2 or 3-hour classes and therefore take longer to complete (about 1 or 2 semesters). A person enrolled in a diploma programme must enroll in one of the following 6 programmes offered at KERSL:
- Manufacturing Skills Programme
- Industrial Automation Programme
- Factory Floor Supervisory Skills Programme
- Statistical Process Control Programme
- Measurement, Control and LabVIEW Certification (CLAD) Programme
- Renewable Energy Systems Design and Applications Programme
All KERSL training programs emphasize hands-on work while at the same time providing the requisite underlying theory.