The Graduate Students Association of Ghana- University of Cape Coast, has embarked on an entrepreneurial workshop which is aimed at providing graduate students with hands on cake and sugar craft training.
Recently, it is common to come across graduate students whom have completed their programmes of study and are complaining of not getting job or unemployment.
It is based on this background that the gender commission of GRASAG-UCC led by Rosemary W. Issaka decided to initiate 3days intensive training to make graduate students entrepreneurs through cake and sugar craft training hence the caption “CakePreneur”.
Nowadays, cakes have become part and parcel of birthdays, anniversaries, weddings etc so the training is intended to equip participants with the requisite skills and knowledge in cake baking, whipping cream, fondant, flower paste, butter icing, royal icing, cake decoration etc.
Upon completing the workshop, a graduation ceremony will be held to officially acknowledge the skills and training acquired with presentation of certificates.
Participants at the workshop have expressed their profound gratitude to GRASAG-UCC for such an initiative and have demonstrated their enthusiasm to begin a career in cake making with the training tools set for each trainee.
In other news, GRASAG-UCC has produced its maiden exclusively designed cloth for members of the association to enhance its recognition and create a sense of belonging.
(Story: Amansan Krakye)
Source: Beenie Words