Impact Construction Industry Has On The Economy
Construction in any country is a complex sector of the economy, which involves a broad range of stakeholders and has a wide range of linkages with other areas of activity such as manufacturing and the use of materials, energy, finance, labour, and equipment.
Enhance the activities of Members of the Chamber through the development of curricula for the provision of capacity building programmes based on needs assessment of members, support for best practices and efficient application of resources.
Provide an avenue for networking among the various Members and Stakeholders including learning and sharing of experiences, business information and innovative ideas among others.
Enhance business opportunities and market access for business growth and development. Promote Matchmaking/Partnerships to create opportunities for subcontracting, technology transfer etc.
STEPS TO A REGULATED INDUSTRY
We believe that the private sector itself will have to lead the agenda to modernize and regularize the industry by providing the needed structures and frameworks that will ensure self-cleansing by the private sector players. It is expected that this should clean the industry of all unapproved or unqualified contractors and other service providers.
As a first step to rectifying this abnormality, players in the Construction Industry spearheaded by the Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors of Ghana (ABCECG) initiated a project to establish a Construction Industry Development Authority (CIDA) as a regulatory body for the Construction Industry. A by-product of this initiative has been the establishment of private sector-driven Ghana Chamber of Construction Industry (GhCCI) supported by the Private Enterprise Federation (PEF)
Ghana Chamber of Construction Industry (GhCCI)
in collaboration with
World University Service of Canada (WUSC)
TVET SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME
Training Opportunities offered in Automotive Mechanics, Automotive Electricals, Electrical Installation, Solar Installation, Welding & Fabrication Technology, Electronics & Automation/ Security Systems, Computer hardware systems, Computer network programming, Plumbing & Pipe fitting and Tilling, Renewable Energy, Carpentry and Joinery, Draughtsmanship and 3D, Bulldozer, Backhoe Loader, Forklift and Excavators Operations, etc)
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