Pentecost University Holds Soft Skills Training for Staff of Banahene Specialist Hospital
Pentecost University has long been concerned about quality health care. The university insists on the responsibility of health care professionals to provide quality care to their patients and the community. That is why the university’s Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences (FHAS) is dynamic: it produces astute and dedicated health professionals in Ghana and beyond.
Essentially, Pentecost University appreciates the fact that both hard and soft skills are crucially required in heath care. In view of this, the University extends its social responsibility to health care organisations to stimulate personal skills, moral responsibility and also implement a culture of accountability.
On Friday, March 11 2022, Pentecost University had soft skills training for staff of Banahene Specialist Hospital at Community 18. The Corporate and Marketing Officer of the hospital, Mr. Adzi Naphis, agreed that soft skills affect everyone and they are absolutely important to patients and their families.
Pentecost University will continually explore its social responsibility to affect the well-being of the society while training and producing polished professionals who can serve and transform the society.