We founded Ecomake Innovation out of a pure passion for Engineering students. Our goals, ambitions, and inspirations have come together to form a truly amazing company that all of us are proud to be a part of.
A team comprised of certified and seasoned Engineers. Ecomake Innovations trains students with practical or hands-on Engineering skills, we also assist students to learn effectively through hands-on STEM education at our maker space.
Since opening in 2014, we have become masters of our craft. We go above and beyond to ensure students are trained and prepared for employment and will fit in the industry as they get pass in their project work. Explore the rest of our site to learn more about what we offer, and get in touch with us.
ECOMAKE INNOVATIONS opened its doors in 2014, and has been providing great services to the Mechanical Engineering students.
What sets us apart from the rest is our ability to leverage on student project work and curated events to provide practical engineering skills to our clients’ needs that fits within their academic calendar and time, as well as our fantastic team of Engineers who facilitate and trains the students. Read through our site to learn more, or simply get in touch.
Our mission is to provide engineering students and enthusiasts an enabling environment to acquire the necessary practical engineering skills effectively. We also help them secure employment and other STEM opportunities by training them with hands-on engineering skills through the application of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S.T.E.M) principles.
Our vision is to become the best innovative company that provides extensive hands-on engineering skills, hands-on STEM Education and rapid prototyping of ideas to engineering students and enthusiasts across the Africa continent
Engineering students with the population of over 13000 students in Ghana are unable to receive hands-on engineering skills by the time they graduate from school. Students are taught Science, Technology, Engineering and Math principles but are unable to apply them practically for in depth understanding. About 65 percent of students who are visual-spatial who learn better through visual imagery and real applications are mostly affected. The internship programs that could help them learn the skills also lacks adequate time. The lack of these skills and hands-on STEM Education has contributed to the increased unemployment rate in Ghana and most part of the world. This is very important because It has awfully killed the interest of most students to pursue careers in Engineering and has hindered them from a lot of STEM opportunities.
Practical Skills Training
This imparts multi skill set and hands –on industry experience to students through their final year projects to make them ready for any employment opportunities in their career.
Final Year Project work
This provides quality assistance to the building and construction of all your final year engineering project works. accomplishment is surely within your time frame. Sign up for assistance.