Center for Excellent Training & Consultancy (CETraC) has eleven (11) full time professional consultants in various fields. Depending on the assignment, CETraC also draws consultants from the main experience organization and universities of over sixty (60) lecturers. Additionally, our collaborative arrangements with other partner consulting firms, both at home and abroad, offer a profound mix of cultural and professional diversity. This in effect, guarantees a multi-disciplinary approach and a global perspective in handling our clients’ needs.
Dr. Cornelius Adablah (PhD) is a Ghanaian national with over 30 years’ professional experience as a development economist and projects management specialist in the public and private sectors in Ghana and internationally. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Project Management Professionals, Ghana, a Member of the Institute of Directors, Ghana, and Full Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana. He holds Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Economics and Business, Master of Science (MSc.) in Economics and Planning, and Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance.
Dr. Adablah was an active participant in the national policy and institutional reforms under Ghana’s Economic Recovery and Structural Adjustment Programmes since 1983. He also played lead roles in the formulation, negotiation and implementation coordination of Ghana’s international bilateral trade and technical cooperation agreements in the 1980s. From the 1990s to the present he has held such positions as national economist of the UNDP, National Coordinator of major national development reforms, including the Ghana Public Financial Management Reform, the Ghana Decent Work Pilot Programme, the Urban Environmental Sanitation Project Institutional Capacity Building, the West Africa Regional Fisheries Programme, as well as conducted Evaluation of several development projects. During the same period, he has conducted major studies for the United Nations System and the World Bank, including reviewing and preparing Country Programmes.
Dr. Adablah has consulted extensively for the United Nations System, the World Bank, the African Development Bank, DANIDA, DFID, GTZ, CIDA and a number of private sector corporations in socio-economic and business development and organizational and strategic management. He has been a member of Boards of corporate bodies, some of which he chaired. He was in 1994 awarded the “United Nations Development Programme Certificate of Appreciation for Dedicated Service for Peace and Development”. Dr. Adablah bases on his high academic background and extensive professional experience to deliver cutting edge client focused solutions in Development Policy and Strategy, Projects/Programmes Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, including business development services, and Organization Systems Analysis and Capacity Development.
David Ackah (PhD) is a very experienced and innovative project management professional with sound academic and professional background with excellent working knowledge in projects management method based on project management parameters and donors’ rules; propose composition and take part in the bid evaluation panel(s). He is a dynamic and results-oriented professional, with good numerical skills. He has an adequate level of financial, commercial and project knowledge with high level of communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. In addition, he has rich experience and understands the project management regulations and practices. He is also an expert in local and international project management practices and a computer literate in Microsoft Excel (Microsoft Office Suit) with an additional capability of operating bespoke functional software like Microsoft Project.
He is currently the Executive Director of the Institute of Project Management Professionals Ghana with oversight of administrative and project management procedures as well as planning the long-term project strategy for the onward development of the Institute. He provides operational support, monitoring and periodic review of organizational project development to ensure the achievement of the vision and goals of the Institute and has a five-year University teaching experience, and a real professional experience of ten years in project management.
During his last role as President of the Institute of Project Management Professionals Ghana, he worked on many of the institute’s critical projects, including the redesigning of our flagship project management ideas and knowledge. When an external issue derailed a crucial project milestone, he developed an all-team triage project management system to ensure other project sprints could continue moving forward. As a result, the updated system went live within five days of the initially planned launch, an effort the project management professionals of Ghana praised as “heroic and unprecedented.” He earned specific recognition for his ability to effectively delegate and keep himself and his teammates calm under pressure and his experience working with cross-functional, international teams has taught him the importance of building trusted relationships and inspiring a shared project vision.
He holds Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Community & Economic Development, and Master of Science (MSc) in Business & Economics from United State of America, Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Accounting from the University College of Management Studies, Standard Diploma from the Managing & Marketing Sales Association (MAMSA UK), and Single Subject Diploma from the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM UK). He also holds Professional Doctorate and Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management from the Institute of Project Management Professionals Ghana, a Professional Diploma in Project Management from the International Business Management Institute (IBMI) at New York (USA), Professional Diploma in Project Management from the Alison Institute with Certificate No. AC-1266-11259553. In 2019, he was awarded a Certified Professorship (C.Prof) from the International Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (QAHE) in Hong Kong.
Professionally, he is recognized as a Fellow (FPMP) Member of Institute of Project Management Professionals (IPMP); Chartered Fellow (FCE) Member of the Chartered Institute of Economics Ghana, Fellow (F’CIFIA) Member of Chartered Institute of Financial & Investment Analysts, Fellow (FCIPM) Member of Chartered Institute Project Management Nigeria, Fellow (FCISCM) Member of Chartered Institute of Supply Chain Management Ghana, Fellow (FCICRM) Member of Chartered Institute of Customer Relationship Management USA, Fellow Member (FAICM) of African Institute of Chartered Management, Fellow Member (FAIPET) of African Institute of Professional Engineers & Technologist, Fellow Member (FACPMI) of African’s Chartered Project Management Institute, Fellow Member (FAICPM) of Africa Institute of Chartered Purchasing Management, Fellow Member (FASCWI) of African’s Supply Chain & Warehousing Institute, Project Management Professionals (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI USA), and Member (MCILT) of Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport Management (CILT UK).
In Ghana today, the landscape is littered with failed and abandoned projects, therefore, he has taken the mantle to take up another PhD in Project Development Planning from the Central University of Nicaragua focusing on investigating into the causes and effects of failure and abandoned projects on the Ghanaian economy. David Ackah (PhD) brings to your organization real-world experience in developing successful project plans, communicating expectations clearly, and encouraging team enthusiasm, even in the late stages of the project cycle.
Dr. Stephen Hammond (DBA) is currently the President of the Institute of Project Management Professionals, and the General Manager, Operations at the National Investment Bank Limited (NIB). Dr. Hammond is an organizational transformation strategist, problem solver and results-oriented individual with over 19 years of practical banking experience. He started his working career with Harley Reed Consultancy (GH) Ltd, (an International Management Consulting Firm) as Planner & Organizational Development Analyst.
Dr. Hammond worked for GCB Bank Ltd, where he held various management positions including Head of Sales & Marketing (SME/1D1F), Head of Business Process Improvement, Change Manager and Branch Manager for five branches. He is a part-time Lecturer and a Dissertation Supervisor for the M.Sc. Management Program at the University of Salford, Manchester. His competence and expertise are in the areas of Organizational Transformation, Business Process Improvement and Re-engineering, Change Management, Project Management, Banking Operations, Strategic Development and Execution, and Lean Six Sigma Deployment.
Dr. Stephen Hammond holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the Swiss Management Centre University, Switzerland; MBA in Strategic & Project Management from Paris Graduate School of Management, France; and BSc (Hons) Planning from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Kumasi. He is a Fellow Member of Institute of Project Management Professionals (FPMP); Member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB); Member, Ghana Institute of Planners (GIP); Fellow, Chartered Institute of Financial & Investment Analysts (F.FIA); Member, Chartered Professional Administrators (Ch.PA); and Member, Chartered Management Consultants (CMC). Internationally, Dr. Hammond holds the following certifications: Certified Project Management Practitioner (Prince 2 Practitioner); Certified Change Management Practitioner from Learning Tree, London (UK); Customer Service Trainer from Service Quality Institute (USA); and ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (American Society of Quality CSSBB).
Mrs. Magdalene Ewuraesi Apenteng is an economist by profession and a Distinguished Fellow Member (DhPMP) of the Institute of Project Management Practitioners, Ghana. She attended Holy Child Secondary School in Cape Coast and the University of Science and Technology (now KNUST) where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science – Economics with French. She currently holds double masters – a Master of Arts Degree in Economic Policy Management (University of Ghana -Legon) and a Master of Science Degree in Financial Management (University of London, SOAS). She has extensive experience in Africa and South America advising on aid management techniques to enhance aid effectiveness. She possesses the relevant skills and knowledge in institutional, technical, and structural processes for undertaking Public Private Partnerships – (PPP). She doubles up as a Consultant & Advisor – institutional, technical, and structural processes for undertaking Public Private Partnerships (PPP).
She is a Senior Civil Servant and currently the Chief Director and the Administrative Head at the
Ministry of Communications. As the Team leader she is responsible for the general administrative
and technical functions of the Ministry of Communication and supervising the nine agencies and
departments under the Ministry. The Ministry is responsible for facilitating and promoting communication and digital technologies within the global setting. It is also expected to promote
and enhance the application of ICT in national development. She was the first Chief Director for the newly established Ministry of Planning responsible for the setting up the new Ministry and the general administrative and technical functions.
Prior to becoming Chief Director, she served as Director for the Financial Sector Division and Director for the Public Investment Division of the then Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning. As the first Director for the Public Investment Division, she started and set up this Division when it was first created. She was responsible for managing the units of the Division – the Public Financial Appraisal, the Public Private Partnership Initiative, Strategic Projects as well as Public Entities. She ably led the team by providing the needed guidance, direction, supervision as well as ensuring effective and more efficient allocation of resources. With oversite direction and responsibility for the Public Investment Programme for the Government of Ghana – she coordinated the three-year rolling plan for all priority projects and programmes for Ghana. Together with the team at PID, she developed and championed the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy framework as well as the Public Investment Policy framework for the Government of Ghana. Her hobbies include reading, dancing, and cooking. She also has a strong passion for helping young ladies and is a mentor to several young ladies in her alma mater, her office as well as in her professional and social life.
Mr. Emmanuel Fianko is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Project Management Professionals and member of the Ghana Institution of Engineering (MGHiE). He is currently reading Doctor of Philosophy in Public Procurement Engineering from the Business University of Costa Rica, and holds an executive Masters in Business Administration from the University of Ghana (UG), a BSc (Hon) Mechanical Engineering Degree from the University of Science and Technology (UST), Certificates in World Bank Procurement Guidelines, African Development Bank Procurement Procedures and many others awarded by both local and international institutions.
He has worked as a procurement professional for over 27 years conducting the procurement function in the areas of goods, works, services and non-consulting services. He has managed Procurements, Projects, Programs and Portfolios under both National and Donor Funding, including the World Bank, African Development Bank, European Union, UNESCO, USAID, DFID, Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (KfW)-German, Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) and Ecowas Bank for Investment Development (EBID).
Mr. Emmanuel Fianko is one of the three-member committee that reviewed the Public Procurement Code in 2003 which was later passed into law as the Public Procurement Act 2003, Act 663. He also assisted in the review of the associated tender documents and has lectured extensively in the use of the Law and tender documents since 2004. Mr. Fianko has being lecturing in World Bank Procurement Guidelines, at GIMPA, since year 2001 and in several other procurement seminars and workshops for both local and international participants. Mr. Emmanuel Fianko has been awarded the Industry Personality of Year at the Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards on 7th September, 2018. He currently works with the Ghana Airports Company Limited as the Group Executive, Procurement. The procurement experience of Mr. Emmanuel Fianko cuts across many sectors of the Ghanaian Economy, including the Education Sector, Health Sector, Energy Sector and the Aviation Sector.
Prof. Dr. Gabriel Odeh Apotey was born on March 2, 1983 in Somanya and a Christian who fellowship with The Apostolic Church of Ghana, Apotey is a Part-Time Lecturer at Institute of Project Management Professionals and holds a Bachelor in Educational Psychology (University of Cape Coast, Ghana), MBA in Accounting (Wisconsin International University College, Ghana), Doctoral Fellow (CIMS, USA), PhD. in Finance (The University of America, California) and PhD. in Management (Akamai University in Hawaii, USA). Apotey has two (2) books to his credit and has authored four (4) articles published in International Journals particularly in the USA and India.
He is the former Branch Manager of Upper Manya Kro Rural Bank Limited – Somanya and a Part-Time Lecturer at Institute of Project Management Professionals, Ghana and serve as a Council Member of the Institute. He is also the Deputy Director of Finance and Project Administration (FPAC) at the IPMP. Dr. Gabriel Odeh Apotey is a native of Yilo Krobo (Somanya) in the Eastern Region of Ghana. He has been with the Bank for the past 10 years and served on several Management Committees of the Bank.
Based on his professional output and corporate experience, Gabriel Odeh Apotey was appointed Acting Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Upper Manya Kro Rural Bank Limited effective on 1st March, 2019 by the Board of Directors of the Bank. The appointment of Dr. Apotey whose expertise ranges from Project Valuation and Financing, Rural Banking, Staffing Psychology, Corporate Security Management, Strategic Coaching, Branding Psychology, Emerging Investment Decisions, Economic Reengineering, Financing Taxation and Advance Human Networking was undoubtedly especially with his ten (10) years stay with the Bank.
He is a Certified Business Consultant, Certified Global Business Analyst, Certified Project Management Consultant, Member of Ghana Association of Restructuring & Insolvency Advisors, Chartered Financial & Investment Analyst (South Africa & Ghana), Policy Analyst (PIED-Ghana), Chartered Manager (CIMS, USA), Professional Business Accountant (Canada), Certified Economist (Ghana) and a Certified Public Accountants (England /Wales). He holds membership in several professional bodies both locally and internationally. Locally he is a member of Chartered Institute of Banker (CIB), Ghana Institute of Planners (GIP), Fellow, Chartered Financial & Investment Analyst (F.FIA), Fellow, Institute of Project Management Professionals (FPMP), Chartered Professional Administrators (Ch.PA), and Chartered Management Consultants (CMC).
Lawyer Samuel Atukwei Quaye is an accomplished Professional Lawyer and Law practitioner in Ghana and entrepreneur with experience in project management, consultancy, and Legal Regulations. He is renowned Project Legal Practitioner, holding MBA from University of Ghana Business School with Project Management Specialty, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy (Hons), Barrister at Law, Ghana School of Law, and Master of Law in International Law (LLM).
He is the Former Mayor (MCE) of Ga West Municipal Assembly, National Coordinator, Ghana Child Labour Monitoring System, Ministrt of Labour, Consultant, ILO and Fair Trade International, US Department of Labour all on social protection (child labour and exploitation), the Former CEO, Workmates employment services ltd. He was a board member of Ghana Urban Passenger Road Transport Executive (GUPTE- Aayalolo Bus) and Wesley Girls High School, Accra. He is currently Distinguished Fellow and Director of Ethics and Conduct Institute of Project Management Professionals.
Daniel Opoku-Mensah (FPMP) is a Development Planner, Agriculturist and a Banker with 30 years’ experience as development planner. His role at ADB included coordinating the Bank’s Nucleus Outgrower Scheme that looked at financial intervention for small and medium scale farmers linked to large commercial farm operators, retail banking, and finally with the Business Support and Corporate Recoveries Unit working with distressed customers to create a turnaround by investigating the projections and assumptions surrounding management, financial, marketing and production decisions in the fields of Agriculture, Commerce, Services, Construction and Manufacturing.
Earlier in his career, he had coordinated the Technology Dissemination and productivity drive with SASAKAWA GLOBAL 2000 at the Ministry of Food and Agriculture as the National Coordinator. He also served on the Ghanaian-German Agricultural Extension Project as the Regional Planning and Monitoring Officer. He was also a Member of the Credit Task Force for the Millennium Challenge Account – Ghana (MCA) that worked on compact analysis and report preparation. Daniel was recently elected as the Strategic and Special Project Director for Institute of Project Management Practitioners (IPMP) – Ghana
Hajia Amina Sammo (PhD) is a Fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), London and a recognized member of the ACCA – Ghana Office. She holds PhD in Project Financial Engineering from the Business University of Costa Rica, MBA in Financial Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi; Bachelor of Commerce Degree from University of Cape Coast (UCC), Cape Coast and certifications across a wide range of Leadership and Management institutions. She’s an accounting, finance and operations consultant specializing in personal, SMEs and group financial planning, organizational restructuring and providing advice to businesses on operational issues. With her immense experience in project management, operations management and banking, she has helped many start-up and distressed businesses put in place systems, processes and procedures to run effectively devoid of owner domineering.
Currently the Director of Projects, Programs and Social Services at the Ministry of Inner-City and Zongo Development, she had previously played a pivotal role in a 15-member consulting assignment in shaping the course of the Ministry from the onset. Prior to this, she was the Executive Director and the Business Development Manager of Wi Tech Group, and had previously served in various management capacities with CAL Bank over a period of 9 years. She has for some time now been spearheading a national campaign as the lead facilitator to bring financial literacy to over 100,000 families in Ghana within the next 5 years. As a Rotarian, Amina also facilitates support for less privileged persons in society.
Prince Elisha Nsiah-Asamoah (PhD) is Business strategist, an entrepreneur, expert in commercial projects financial management and supply chain management. He is a Fellow and qualified certified project management consultant and a chartered procurement and supply chain practitioner with over fifteen (15) years continuous academic research and rich industrial experienced. He specializes in commercial business opportunities, projects management, supply chain strategies, logistics, transport, contracts management and best procurement practices in public and private sectors. Solid experience in international and local content engineering procurement contracts, construction procurement, infrastructure and commercial projects and financing projects. He has attended several continuous development programs and has presented papers in several international conferences. Currently hold the position of Head, Procurement in JSA Logistics and manages the procurement.
He holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Project Financial Engineering from the Business University of Costa Rica, Master of Science (MSC) in Supply Chain Management from Coventry University, Professional Doctorate, Professional Post Graduate Diploma, Certified Project Management Consultant (CPMC) and Fellow Membership Status from Institute of Project Management Professional, Chartered Procurement and Supply Chain Professional, Graduate Diploma in Procurement from Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, UK School of Management), Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Administration and Management Consultancy.
He is an expert in the areas of Procurement, Supply Chain integration, Spend Analysis Tools and International Sourcing, Transport, Fleet and Logistics Management, Real Estates, Infrastructural, Commercial and PPP Project Management, Commercial business development, Lean Operations, TQM and Total Life Cycle Cost, Budget Preparation, Financial Management, Cost Savings, and Total Cost of Ownership, Procurement Planning, Developing Organizational Policy and Operational Planning, Continuous Improvement, Negotiation Strategies and Business to Business Commerce, Contract Management, Performance Management and Ethical Procurement
He has a vest experience in spanning Strategist and Planner, well organized and an Industrious person, ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines and placing priority on critical items, ability to learn fast, adapt to every situation and face new challenges, skillful negotiator with good interpersonal skills, assertive and proactive team leader, dependable and goal oriented individual, excellent decision making with strong analytical skills, good oral and excellent written communication skills, innovative person with integrity and ability to solve problems, build and maintain a good relationship with internal and external customers, and excellent Computer Literacy in ERP, SAP, MS Excel, MS Word, and Power Point.
Simon Annan (FPMP) is a Fellow Member of Institute of Project Management Professionals Ghana, Fellow of Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), UK, a member of Faculty Advisory Board of Business School, Koforidua Technical University and a Director at the Institute of Project Management Professionals (IPMP). He over 17 years working experience spanning a variety of industries including Financial Institutions, Energy, Aviation, Education, Telecommunications and Construction.
He has held several Senior Procurement and Supply Chain Management positions with organisations such as Standard Chartered Bank Ghana, Ecobank Group, AGAMS holdings, the Ghana National Household Registry (World Bank Financed Project), and Heritage Bank limited, Ghana with sole responsibility of managing Procurement, Logistics, Projects, Facility Management and Physical Security within the Bank.
He is currently the Procurement and Contract Management Specialist at the Public Financial Management Reform Project (Ministry of Finance, Ghana), World Bank Funded Project Full-time in charge of preparation of General Procurement Notice (GPN), Specific Procurement Notices (SPNs), and Expressions of Interest (EOIs) whenever required. He is a transformational leader who uses modern and best practices to solving complex procurement issues, strongly believe in using procurement as a developmental tool to enhance industrialization in developing countries
In Ghana, he is one of the leading voice in project, procurement and supply chain management through awareness creation and advocacy, continue to champion the organization of several Pan African Procurement and Supply Chain summits, conferences, seminars and workshops. He is the former Director of Membership for Institute of Project Management Professionals Ghana, former President of Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) Ghana, and CIPS Africa Congress Member.
He holds a Master of Science in Procurement & Supply Chain Management, Professional Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management, and Bachelor Degree in Supply Chain Management. He is professionally recognized as a Fellow (FPMP), and Project Consultant by Institute of Project Management Professionals (IPMP Ghana), Fellow and Chartered Member from Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS UK), and Chartered Member from Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT UK).
Daniel Minnow Maclar is a highly motivated team player with a “can do attitude”, professional competence, self-driven, enthusiastic with a zest for new ideas, easy to teach and above all willing to impact, has the objective to work in a dynamic organisation with a drive for excellence where my skills and competencies will be fully harnessed and leverage for company/institution benefits and personal professional development and enhancement of skills and competencies. He strives to help others attain happiness and feel good about themselves and overcome the block of no one listens to me among other aspects that relate to confidence.
He can confidently point to his own life as an example of how a person can evolve as the years pass. After earning a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mechanical Engineering from Takoradi Technical University formerly Takoradi Polytechnic, he had his industrial experience at GRATIS Foundation, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (Tema) and teaching experience at Esiama Senior Secondary and Technical Schools as well as Annor Adjaye Senior High School.
This led him to University of Cape Coast where he attained his Bachelors of Science (BSc.) degree in Engineering Physics and then progressed to University of Miskolc in Hungary to pursue Masters of Science (MSc.) degree in Mechanical Engineering. Whilst studying at the University of Miskolc, he had an opportunity to work with Starplus – Miskolc (Plastic components Manufacturing Company). Also, I participated in TDK international conference at University of Miskolc Hungary where he was awarded a certificate for the best presentation award on the topic “Benchmark of Countries’ Performance in Logistics “An Approach based on World Bank Open Data”.
Again, he received certificate and medallion of merit in recognition of outstanding academic achievement at the University of Miskolc. Among my key attributes are excellent human relation, problem solving, decision-making time management skills, basic experience in welding, easy to establish rapport with supervisors and subordinates, solid writing, editing, and oral communication skills, proficient in internet browsing, Microsoft office application system (word, excel, PowerPoint), TopSolid, NX software user. He studied Logistics Systems, Industrial Quality Assurance, Materials Handling Equipment and many more. In five (5) years’ time he envisioned doing a full professional teaching in any of the tertiary institutions and that will come to pass through my hard working.
Eric Brown Abada is a professional Mechanical Engineer with strong strength in maintenance and operations as well as occupational health safety and environmental management policy with utility control and management competency.
Ing. Eric Brown has expertise in the following; Engineering Project Management, Project Monitoring and Evaluation Plant Maintenance, Repairs and Utility Controls, Project Management Public Health, Engineering Quality Controls Quality Assurance, Occupational Health and Safety Management, Environmental Management and Environmental Policy, Welding Inspections and Welding Educations, Process flow controls and Plant Management, Industrial Waste water treatment Management & policy control. Workshop audit and Engineering supervisions, Personal Survival Techniques, Firefighting and Fire Prevention, Elementary first Aid, Personal safety and social responsibilities, Structural Integrity Investigations and Building Roads Management, Concept of Technical Audit/ Details of Structural Integrity Assessment
He is currently serving as Quality Health Safety Security and Environmental representative for Total Oil Marketing Company ltd, Burkina Faso in Ghana. Ing. Eric Brown holds Masters in Occupational Health Safety and Environmental Management from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Post Graduate Diploma in Health and Safety in the school, Post Graduate Diploma in industrial automation and Advanced Diploma in Process Automation from Technocrat Automation Institute Chennai, India, Post graduate certificate in Marketing Management and Monitoring and evaluation from GIMPA, Certificate in Project and Procurement Management from International Organization for capacity building, London, certificates welding and welding inspection DANEST ltd Takoradi, Calibrations Nangman Calibration and Instrumentation Institute Chennai India. Certificate in Project Management in Public Health; Leadership and Management in Public Health; Monitoring and Evaluation in Public Health; Epidemiology studies in public health; Mental Health all from University of Washington, USA.
Ing. Eric Brown started his carrier with Tema Oil Refinery as a Technician Field Engineer in the department of crude distillation unit; He Later joined Ghana education service as a Mathematics tutor at Jib Burton Memorial Agricultural Secondary School, Logba in the Afadjato South district, Volta Region. He also worked alongside with JONKOT Construction ltd while teaching. He moved to Pioneer Food Cannery, Tema fishing Harbour as a senior Quality Control Engineer. He later joined Royal SDR Construction Company as a project and Health and safety coordinator. He moved to Edlorm Housing and Construction Company as an operations Manager.
Ing. Eric Brown is a member of Ghana Institution of Engineering as a Professional Member, Ghana Institute of Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Professional; Member, Ghana Inclusive Development Research Network, GIDRN; Member Major External Project carried: Assessment of Abosso Glass Factory in Valley, Takwa for GIHOC through Ghana Institution of Engineering.