The Nursing Training College Wa recently celebrated a significant milestone as it held its 18th Matriculation Ceremony, marking the formal admission of the incoming freshmen and women into this esteemed institution. The event, which brought together a host of dignitaries, faculty members, and excited students, was a testament to the college’s commitment to nurturing the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Under the distinguished chairmanship of Dr. George Yaw Segnitome, the former principal of the school, the matriculation ceremony was an inspiring and memorable occasion. Dr. Segnitome, with his vast experience and deep-rooted connection to the college, played a pivotal role in overseeing the proceedings and setting a positive tone for the event.
Joining Dr. Segnitome was Madam Hamidu Fusata, the esteemed board chairperson of the school, who graced the occasion with her presence. Madam Fusata’s unwavering dedication to the institution and her visionary leadership have been instrumental in shaping the college’s growth and success.
The matriculation ceremony also witnessed the presence of representatives from the Waala traditional authority, including the esteemed representatives of Kperisi Naa. Their attendance not only reflected the close-knit relationship between the college and the local community but also highlighted the significance of healthcare education in the region.
Adding to the prestigious list of attendees was Madam Christina Dery, a representative of the NMC Council. Her presence at the ceremony underscored the recognition and support the Nursing Training College Wa receives at a national level.
The atmosphere was filled with enthusiasm and anticipation as the staff and students of the college eagerly welcomed the newly admitted matriculants. The principal’s speech resonated with the audience, emphasizing the importance of academic excellence and discipline in the nursing profession. The matriculants were urged to embrace their responsibilities as junior members of the college community and to prioritize their studies while striking a balance with extracurricular and social activities.
The principal also took the opportunity to acknowledge the achievements of the college and address some of the challenges it faces. She highlighted the institution’s impressive performance in recent licensure examinations and outlined the steps being taken to improve academic outcomes. The commitment to quality assurance, the establishment of a counseling unit, and the pursuit of accreditation for BSc General Nursing programs were some of the key initiatives discussed.
As the ceremony concluded, gratitude was expressed to all individuals and organizations who supported the college’s endeavors. The presence of the Former Principal, Dr. George Yaw Segnitome, Madam Hamidu Fusata, representatives of the Waala traditional authority, Madam Christina Dery, representatives from the Regional Director of Health and the dedicated staff and students added to the grandeur and significance of the occasion.
The 18th Matriculation Ceremony at Nursing Training College Wa was an event filled with pride, hope, and promise. It marked the beginning of an exciting journey for the newly admitted students and reinforced the college’s unwavering commitment to academic excellence, student success, and the development of skilled healthcare professionals.