ALP Prepares Graduates For Job Market – The Alhajj
Unemployment situation in the country is perilous, most graduates demand heavily on public sector job which government in a tight corner to absorb the huge number of fresh graduates annually.
But Alpha-Beta Education Centre, one of the best institutions in the country that poised to change the narrative.
ALP education center has produced skilled students who are qualified to be good employees for employers.
These school had taken the students through the old system of education, form 1 to upper 6 (7years) with additional to marketable skills that could afford them the opportunity to be employed or be self-employed.
Students at APL are nurtured in such that they decide to continue learning and to extend the boundaries of their knowledge so as to add value to prospective employers.
Alpha Beta makes sure students who will be sitting for Cambridge examination get the necessary support to come out with flying colours.
“We are confident that inspite of the challenges of teaching and learning during a pandemic, our students will do well”, Dr. Adjepong stated.
She explained that during a kind of algorithm adjustment, which affected the predicted results of many studies in UK last year, students of Alpha Beta performed excellently, and when the international boards made adjustment after a chaotic protest, it flavoured Alpha-Beta students more.
“We at Alpha Beta are confident that these young ABIANS will continue the journey started at Alpha Beta and will become the kind of employees that employers desire; the kind of employees that are proactive, confident and will use their initiative as problems-solvers”.
According to the Principal of the school, Dr. Naomi Adjepong, the center trains students in various skills and leadership to enable them fit in any employable areas where service would be needed.
The students completed seven years of the Alpha Beta Adinkrahene leadership Programme ( ALP).
She explained that the graduants are the first Sixth Form graduates of the centre who went through the seven year programme from Form 1 to Upper Sixth.
She added that “these graduates are fortunate the centre equipped them with the skills they will needed to become vibrant, confident young leaders now and in the future”.
Dr. Adjepong acknowledged the staff of the Alpha Beta Education Centre for their continuous dedication in COVID-19 era.