Mr. Theophilus Andoh-Robertson

ACADEMIC DEGREES EARNED

1. MPhil (Guidance & Counselling)                           (2013)                                     

2. B.Ed.  (Guidance & Counselling)                           (2010)             

3. Diploma (Basic Education)                                     (2006)

                                                                       

INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED

  1. University of Education, Winneba     (2011- 2013)
  2. University of Education, Winneba     (2008 - 2010)
  3. University of Education, Winneba     (2003 - 2006)

 

PROFESSIONAL BODY MEMBERSHIP

  1. Member: Ghana Association of University Administrators   (2015 – date)
  2. Member: Central Regional Counsellors Association              (2012 to date)

PREVIOUS WORKING EXPERIENCE

  1. Lecturer:- (Distance Education)                     University of Education, Winneba   (2014 – Date)
  2. District Guidance & Counselling Officer,  GES, Breman-Asikuma,                       (2010 – 2015)
  3. General Science/Mathematics Teacher:          Methodist JHS, Kasoa                                  (2002 – 2008)
  4. Gen. Science & Cultural Organizer:               Methodist JSS, B/Jamra                    (1999 – 2002)   

 

PROFESSIONALLY RELATED EXPERIENCE

March, 2015:   Counsellor for Each School in Ghana (CESIG) – GNAT Hall, Accra

March 2014:    Two days Training on Counselling Techniques and Skills for District Guidance Coordinators. Cape Coast.

Feb., 2014:      Three Days Capacity Building on Community Volunteerism - Kumasi

July, 2013:      Five Days Training Workshop on the SMC/PTA Manual at GNAT Hostel,

Cape-Coast, 

March, 2013:   Five Days Workshop on Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) for GES, “CARE/PAGE” Activity Initiators at Joyflux Hotel, Kumasi.              

 

Feb. 2013:       Three days Capacity Building for Guidance and Counselling Co-ord. on HIV/AIDS  at Saint Louis College, Kumasi.                                                                                

June, 2012:      Three days workshop on the Revised Circuit Supervisors Handbook at the GNAT Hall,    Cape-Coast.                                                                                                                         

TRAINING AND SEMINAR ORGANIZED

  1. Career Conference for Basic Schools in Accra  (April, 2015)
  2. Community leadership seminar for  SMC/ PTA Executives. B/Asikuma                  (July, 2014)
  3. Capacity Building on Guidance Services for Basic School Head Teachers and Guidance Coordinators.    B/Asikuma                  (May, 2014)                                                               
  4. Capacity Building on School Management for Basic School Head Teachers.       (June, 2013) B/Asikuma                                                                                                            
  5. Career Guidance Workshop for Headteachers & Guidance Coord.   B/Asikuma  (Jan., 2013) 
  6. District Stakeholders’ Advocacy Forum        B/Asikuma                                       (March, 2012)
  7. Seminar on the Right of the Child for Head Teachers.  B/Asikuma                          ( Jan.  2012)

                                   

  JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. Kissi-Abrokwah, B., Andoh-Robertson, T., Arthur, P., & Tutu-Danquah, C., (2014).

     Women and Academic Leadership: The case of polytechnics in Ghana. Journal of  

Education and Practice, 5 (38), 125-132.

 

  1. Kissi-Abrokwah, B., Andoh-Robertson, T., Agbesi, C. S., & Tutu-Danquah, C., (2015).

        Examining work and family conflict among female bankers in Accra Metropolis,

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  1. Kissi-Abrokwah, B., Andoh-Robertson, T., Agbesi, C. S., & Tutu-Danquah, C., (2015).  

            Women with HIV and AIDS: The case of Lower Manya Krobo District, Ghana.  

Developing Country Studies, 5 (1), 47-56.

 

  1. Kissi-Abrokwah, B., Andoh-Robertson, T., Agbesi, C. S., & Tutu-Danquah, C., (2015). 

               Examining occupational stress-family cohesion: Implications to women

professionals in Accra, Ghana. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences,  5  

(1), 47-53.

 

RECORD OF SERVICE

  1. Activity Initiator, CARE Int. (PAGE):  - GES, B/Asikuma District    (2011- 2014)
  2. Member: ADEOP planning committee. GES, B/Asikuma           (2012-2015)
  3. Member: District Teacher Support Team (DTST), GES, B/Asikuma. (2011 – 2015)
  4. Assistant Examiner: Marking of Basic Design and Technology (BECE) for the West African Examinations Council. (2004- 2012)

 

 

LEADERSHIP QUALITIES

  1. Chairman: Enyanmaim Meth. Old Students’ Association                              (2012 –Date)
  2. Secretary: District Officers’ welfare         GES – B/Asikuma                                    (2012-2014)
  3. Organising Secretary: Practicum II. University of Education, Winneba.       (2009 – 2010)
  4. Circuit & Society Secretary:  Methodist Guild, Kasoa Circuit                      (2008 – 2012)
  5. Water and Light Prefect: Komenda Training College                                    (1998 – 1999)
  6. Organizing Secretary – Scripture Union: Sekondi College                            (1994 – 1995)
  7. Head Prefect: Enyanmaim Methodist JSS                                                     (1991 – 1992)