Learning & Teaching
ERUDIO PRO VITA || EDUCATION FOR LIFE
The Health Access Institute will establish an outcome based training strategy for its educational programmes. HAI curriculum framework will assume that curriculum is the overarching organising idea for education and consider why learning is occurring, how learning takes place, when learning happens, how learning will be assessed and how we prepare teaching staff to support learning. The HAI curriculum will be distinguished by learning about problem solving, work-integrated, community-integrated and cross-cultural learning, and learning-integrated work. These characteristics will be coherently and explicitly addressed in all programme curricula framework which will define the why, how, when of learning for qualifications.
The institute curriculum implementation plan will be submitted for approval to the relevant accreditation bodies in Ghana.
To make HAI an attractive place to study, we will ensure our teaching methods, systems, processes and campuses draw on international best practice, and support student success. We will continue to invest in our human capital and our campuses including our physical, information and technological infrastructure. We will continue to place students at the centre of our educational agenda.
This will impact on the programs we offer; the total educational experience we provide, including our campus and co-curricular experiences, and the systems, processes and modalities we develop.