1. Association of Ghana Industries.
- Reason #1: AGI Is Your Advocate
AGI embarks on policy advocacy geared towards improving overall corporate environment countrywide, especially reducing the cost of doing business; fostering international competitiveness; and Conducting surveys and sector studies that reflect your corporate interests.
- Reason #2: AGI Is Your Representative
AGI fosters cooperation arrangements with a number of organisations; it also has representatives on various Government Boards as well as public institution Committees and its voice counts in the collective search for appropriate solutions to challenges facing your company.
- Reason #3: AGI Offers Great Networking Opportunities
AGI organises luncheons, seminars, events and meetings that offer your company immense opportunities to interact with Counterpart executives and to network with other businesses.
2. Skilled Institution Of Engineering & Technology
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3.Institution Of Engineering & Technology (IET) Ghana
The Institution of Engineering & Technology, was registered under the Professional Bodies Registration Decree 1973, (NRCD 143) Gazette Number 23. The Institution is a Member of the Engineering Council of Ghana under the Engineering Council Act, 2011 (Act 819), and is licenced to register Professional Engineers, Professional Engineering Technologists, Engineering Technicians and Engineering Craftmen. In the fields of Mechanical, Marine, Civil, Chemical, Electrical, Automobile and Construction Engineering.
The establishment of College of Fellows is to improve the status of Fellows and their activity in the institution and a Society. It is believe that, the establishment of a College of Fellows would enhance attendance and participation by Fellows. All present and future Fellows would be College members.The IET College of Fellows will be effectively responding to the challenges and to provide a clear and confident voice in leadership among professionals.
IET can harness the collective experience and expertise of its Fellows so as to mobilize them to take an active part in knowledge transfers honing life-long skill of members, and promoting the arts and science of engineering and technology.The primary purpose of the College Fellows of the Institution of Engineering & Technology, Ghana to promote and encourage the higher standards of research, writing, and creating in educational and professional engineering practices.
Members admitted into this level will go through a mandatory three (3) modules of seminar style presentation on professional education programme plus 5,000 to 10,000 words of thesis presentation within a period of 3 months or more.
The Institution of Engineering & Technology, Ghana
Block 3R, National Science Museum Chalets,
Off Barnes,(Opposite Workers College, UG)
Accra, Ghana.Box AN 16147,
4.Ghana Institution of Engineers
The Ghana Institution of Engineers was officially founded in 1968 to succeed the Ghana Group of Professional Engineers, as an autonomous professional body with no political affiliation. The Institution derives its authority from the Engineering Council Act 2011, Act 819 and the Professional Bodies Registration Decree NRCD143 of 1973. The late Ing. Dr. E. Sackey became its first President.
The GhIE Logo is formed by a perfect circle with a spur gear at the centre that is surrounded by a spider’s web. The spur gear is considered a recognizable symbol of engineering whilst the spider’s web, which is so slim and wonderfully woven to perform a function, expresses ingenuity and strength, both attributes required in engineering to solve problems of mankind. The GhIE logo also symbolises the unity of all the disciplines of engineering viz Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Agricultural, Marine, Mining, Computer, Biomedical etc The Logo remains relevant in this era of the world wide web which has transformed the practice of engineering.
Promoting Engineering Excellence for Society
and a mission to:
- Be leaders in the development of Science, Engineering and Technology at all levels of Society.
- Share knowledge and instil in the membership, professionalism and ethical practice
- Establish structures to ensure good corporate image of the Institution at all times.
Presently, members of goodstanding on the roll is 2390. This includes, Fellows, Members, Associates, Graduate Members, Affiliates and Technicians.