Industrial attachment report

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Industrial attachment report

By | August 2012
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CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
Takoradi Polytechnic as part of its three years highest national Diploma (HND) contains six months period with in which each student is required to undertake a practical industrial attachment. This is to enable the student to acquire a practical and technical knowledge of his or her programme of study. It is also to help the student gain professional skills to enable him or her perform as a middle level management personnel in an appropriate establishment. The student will also be exposed to the work field to gain practical knowledge of what is actually happening in the work place, this is to enable the student gain experience and become competent in his or her field of study. It also to help the student develop self confidence and personal entrepreneurial skills. The school therefore requires a report from the students based on the attachment to enable him or her be accessed. As by requirement this is my report from controller and accountant generals department at sekondi

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OBJECTIVES OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING ATTACHMENT
To help the student develops positive attitude and knowledge for living and self confidence and to develop entrepreneurial skills that can make the student take initiative in job creation to promote expansion in the private sector. To guide and assist the student undertake the required learning and practical activities as outlined in the relevant external syllabus to enable the student write the examination set the external examining board. To enable the student acquire relevant and adequate technical professional skills that will give the student the opportunity to perform as a middle – level management and supervisory personnel in an appropriate establishment and hence be able to contribute to the technological and commercial development of the nation. THE ORGANISATION

BRIEF HISTORY
The Controller and Accountant General’s Department as it exists today was established in 1885, during the pre – independence...