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Skills Training programmes

12000
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Students

500
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Dedicated Instructors

Why Skill-UP Boot Camp?

Young people continue to be the hardest hit by the job crisis. There are multiple and complex causes behind youth unemployability. Young people often have little or no labour market experience, and frequently lack relevant skills. The challenge of quality and relevance of the skill acquired in formal education can be harnessed by the SRC-UG through the Skill-UP Boot Camp as an added specialised experiential learning during the students stay on UG campus. 

Skills Training Clusters

ABOUT THE

Lead Project Organiser

The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) is the umbrella body of all undergraduate students at the University of Ghana, Legon. The SRC as the official mouthpiece of the entire student body advocates for the interests of students and fosters their welfare as well. The SRC communicates the interests of students to authorities and represents the student populace on the university council and other boards. Also, it coordinates the activities of academic, cultural, religious, political and recreational clubs and societies.

The SRC also fosters good relations between students of the University and the outside world by coordinating with other student organizations in Ghana and elsewhere in matters of mutual interest. In recent times, the SRC has assumed more prominently the added role of being development partners of the university and the Ghanaian society at large.

ABOUT THE

Lead Implementation Partner

The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) is the umbrella body of all undergraduate students at the University of Ghana, Legon. The SRC as the official mouthpiece of the entire student body advocates for the interests of students and fosters their welfare as well. The SRC communicates the interests of students to authorities and represents the student populace on the university council and other boards. Also, it coordinates the activities of academic, cultural, religious, political and recreational clubs and societies.

The SRC also fosters good relations between students of the University and the outside world by coordinating with other student organizations in Ghana and elsewhere in matters of mutual interest. In recent times, the SRC has assumed more prominently the added role of being development partners of the university and the Ghanaian society at large.