Nuclear Power Ghana has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ho Technical University for the coaching of students in nuclear power in the enchancment of the human useful resource base in the country.

The Ho Technical University turns into the first university to have such a possibility with Nuclear Power Ghana (NPG) for improvement of nuclear power after the President lately declared Ghana’s prepared for nuclear power.

The Executive Director of the NPG, Dr Stephen Yamoah noted that his outfit will help in the provision of the vital assist to be sure that the Ho Technical University turns into the hub of profitable human assets in the improvement of the nation’s nuclear capabilities.

Dr Stephen Yamoah noted that the declaration has given the Nuclear Power Programme/Project the wanted impetus and requires the expedition of activities of the venture; vital amongst them is the human useful resource improvement which kinds a part of the nineteen key infrastructure issues.

Nuclear Power Ghana signs MoU with Ho Technical University as the first university to train students in nuclear power

“When we talk about infrastructure we mean a system that provides legal, regulatory, technical, financial, social , human and industrial support to ensure  effectiveness of nuclear power plant” he said

The Director of Nuclear Power Institute, Prof Seth Debrah, in his remarks said it has develop into vital to start foundational programs for everybody in the university in order that anybody by the facility or who stays close to is made conscious of its capabilities and issues around it.

Prof Seth Debrah careworn the want to have some stage of competence and capability to help Ghana obtain its targets of nuclear vitality and warranted that the institute is prepared to train students into good professionals.

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