The deplorable conditions at the Ghana Labour College is affecting teaching and learning, Mr Isaac K Yanney, Principal of the College said on Friday.
The problems include irregular water supply, inadequate and poor state of computer laboratories, infrastructure and accommodation.
Mr Yanney made the observation at the graduation of 34 students after completing the 2009 Certificate in Labour Studies in Accra.
Courses being pursued at the College include, labour economics, industrial relations, computer literacy, basic accounting, research methods and communication skills.
The rest are union management, interpretation and analysis of financial Statement, gender and labour relations, occupational safety health and environment and labour legislations.
Mr Yanney appealed to stakeholders in education and the Ghana Trades Union Congress (TUC) to assist the college improved the conditions and facilities.
He called on employers to allow employees pursuing courses at the college on full time basis for the country's human resources development.
Mr Kofi Asamoah, Secretary-General of TUC urged the students to participate and contribute effectively in the country's democratic dispensation.
Mr Emmanuel C. Y. Dolly, on behalf of the students appealed to authorities of the University College of Cape Coast to introduce its diploma in labour studies and sandwiched programmes for the college.
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