Crossman Hormenoo works as a Workshop Manager of the Suame Intermediate Technology Transfer Unit, which is a part of Technology Consultancy Centre,(TCC) at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana.
John Quansah is a Research Fellow and Head of the International Development Unit at the Technology Consultancy Centre (TCC), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi (KNUST).
Michael Kweku Commeh is a Research Fellow and Head of the Applied Industrial Ceramics and Rural Enterprise Development Unit, Technology Consultancy Centre, KNUST. He is a highly creative person with a MSc. in Appropriate technology and Environmental Management in connection with Rural extension skills (Renewable energy & Environmental resource Management) from Universitaet Flensburg Germany.
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The TCC has trained over 5,000 entrepreneurs, apprentices, farmers and students in Ghana and the Sub Region
Malawi, Togo, Sierra Leone, Cote D’Ivoire and Cameroon.
Johnson Opoku Asante
Technology Consultancy Centre (TCC)
Mr. Kenneth Donkor has an academic background in Industrial Art (Ceramics). Over the years, he has undertaken a number of research works, training programmes, and technology development and transfer programmes in the area of Appropriate Technologies for small and medium scale enterprises and rural communities. Several years of working in Technology Consultancy Centre has equipped Mr. Donkor in proposal writing.
Michael K. Adjaloo (Ph.D) is a Senior Research Fellow and former Director of the Technology Consultancy Centre (TCC), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana. He is also in charge of the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Development (FAND) Unit of the (TCC). Dr. Adjaloo has over 29 years of professional experience as an Apicultural Scientist and has contributed to the dissemination of apiculture in Ghana, and other African countries including Malawi.
Donald Amrago studied Ceramic Art, Industrial Management and Human Resource Management at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi and University of Cape Coast, in Ghana respectively. After learning to use his hands in Ceramic forming techniques, he developed the basic knowledge in hands-on-training capabilities. The joy and satisfaction gained, ignited and sustained the current skills and abilities to conduct needs assessments for training packages in innovative capacity building required by students and clients.
Professor Samuel M. Sackey (MGhIE, MSME) is currently (2018) the Director of the Technology Consultancy Centre, KNUST. He is also a member of the Mechanical Engineering Department, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).