Enablement for innovation and skills beyond the conventional education of schooling and learning...
What is TIEC?
Tume Integrated Empowerment College (TIEC) is a diversified college that leaves no one behind in learning and personal development including school dropouts and unlettered folks through creative education and entrepreneurial skills training to achieve their potentials in Ghana and beyond. TIEC teach and empowers with integrity her students, including the marginalised groups and migrants with the abilities to succeed beyond the course towards self-employment/employable that enables them to integrate in society and contribute towards sustainable development and livelihood empowerment for the betterment of all.
Learn from Industry Experts
Gain hands-on experience, while engaging with renowned guests and members of the TIEC community.
Tume Integrated Empowerment College has seasonal professional and entrepreneurial staffs with years of experience in teaching and life-living entrepreneurship, ready to impact knowledge and innovation into the lives of the students beyond the traditional education course to integrate in the global society. They live the talk, and by FAITH, they obtained a good report.
Be in Demand with Our Professional Training
TIEC admits school dropouts, potential entrepreneurs, marginalised groups, migrants, workers and entrepreneurs who want to acquire skills to start a profession (develop ideas from ground zero), upgrade their knowledge and skills to enhance their performance on the job or to become industry ready.
Where Different Cultures Meet in a Global Society
What Our Students Have to Say
Take a peek inside their initiatives after TEIC
Handcraft & Manufacturing
Bekwikeu Njika is a young accountant student from Cameroon studying in Ghana with a passion for handicrafts and diverse ideas concerning African made products. She is now an entrepreneur and founder of Glam Designs, an African Fashion company recycling old accessories (worn out bags, shoes, belts, etc) into new African fashionable products, as well as producing Ankarised items (bags, shoes, fans, purses, etc) from scratch.
Invention & Manufacturing
Sylvester K. Kwao from Ghana was a local welder with no basic/formal education, and no regular job to sustain himself (hand to mouth) is now an inventor of fibre extraction machine after Technology-based learning (TBL) at TEIC. He has now established a workshop called Sly Metal Work & Solution with apprentices. In TEIC, everybody become somebody.