The Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) has signed a MoU with CAB Royale Limited
CCTU on Thursday, September 26, 2019 signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CAB Royale Limited, the only authorized partner with Autodesk; one of the world’s largest software manufactures.
They are into innovation design in software in areas like, Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Media and movies industries.
Briefing the officials at the meeting, Mr.Abel Cudjoe; theManaging Director said that, staff and students of CCTU stand to benefit enormously from this Memorandum of Understanding. CAB Royale shall offer free Autodesk Software lessons to Cape Coast Technical University; provide free training in professional software such as; AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, RevitStructure, Autodesk Inventor and Fusion 360, Autodesk Civil 3D and many more.
He further indicated that they also encourage students to prepare and participate in local and international competitions organized by Autodesk and Cab Royale Ltd. One of their goals is to project Cape Coast Technical University as a model school of excellence in Technology delivery on all their platforms and relevant portions of Autodesk global Academic platform.
As part of their obligation, Cab Royale Ltd and Autodesk shall take the entire cost for running the programme and any training workshop organized for the Lecturers or educators of the institution. The beneficiary student shall ONLY pay Autodesk Certification fee of Gh₵ 400 per program in every academic year throughout the contract duration. This Guaranteed Certification cost is the basic requirement for the program to commence.
A minimum number of Three hundred (300) students in Cape CoastTechnical University shall help commence the Academic Programme in the institution in the first year, and subsequently, extend to the entire students in the relevant faculties, schools, Departments of the University in order for the programme to achieve its objective.
The Vice Chancellor of CCTU, Rt Rev. Prof. Ing. J.D. Owusu-Sekyere welcomed the idea that Autodesk is bringing on board to enhance students’ capacity building on the area of software. He reiterated that the institution is ever ready to partner with Autodesk. He further added that the University would be very grateful if Autodesk would sponsor the provision of computers to augment the existing one at the computer lab.