In partnership with St. John Bosco’s College Of Education, the C. K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences organised a four-week capacity-building training programme at the Regional Police Training School, Pwalugu.
The programme was held in two batches, the first batch began their training on the 31st of July and the second batch commenced on the 20th of August. The programme centred around taking the participants through measures that will assist them in performing their duties effectively.
Dr. Jonathan Nyaaba, the Chief Inspector, took the participants through First aid practices, the importance of good hygiene and various Security Protocols. He also touched on Beat duties, Patrol Duties and how to keep the Station and Occurrence books in order.
Mr. Wilson Anaigyei, the Training Commander spoke on Human Rights Laws and delved deeper into Report Writing. He also emphasised the importance of practising good work ethics and encouraged participants to be passionate about their work.
Inspector of Police, Dominic Boateng discussed crime, arrest, searches and uniform turnout with the participants. Sgt. Abraham and Madam Helene also took the participants through physical training and parade drills.
The CKT-UTAS Security team thanked the Management of the University for their unwavering support. They also commended various instructors for their patience and hospitality and urged Management to organise this training programme yearly for the security guards as proper training improves their credibility as security professionals.