Category: Blog

Ghana Skills Gap Summit

Dreamoval Foundation in partnership with Pyxera Global, SAP, and Ghana Education Service organized Ghana’s first Skills Gap Summit with the theme ‘Bridging the Skills Gap- Creating Enabling Synergies between Industry and Academia.’ on 27th September, 2017. Skills gap is a major global challenge for emerging economies and the summit was aimed at creating the platform […]

Construction Works / Entrepreneurship Training

As part Of Youth Inclusive Entrepreneurial Development Initiative For Employment (YIEDIE), project, Global Communities in collaboration with Legacy and Legacy recognised the achievement of Mr Roland Quainoo C.E.O of Run On Time Engineering Limited in the construction sector invited him to be one of the 25 mentors to participate in the second Job Readiness and […]

Visit By The US Ambassador

After the successful exhibition and inauguration of G.E oil and gas off shore base on date 20th March 2017 we were lucky to be part of the two exhibitor which were selected for a visit by the U.S Ambassador to Ghana and his delegation which included the managing director of pyxera global and his team, […]

Exhibitions and Training

G.E oil and gas is one of the world full stream provider of integrated oilfield product, services and digital solutions. On date 20TH March, 2017 they inaugurated their offshore base in Takoradi – GPHA and selected service providers for the oil and gas companies in the country were invited to exhibit their product and services […]

Corporate & Social Responsibilities

DONATIONS TO THE GHANA POLICE SERVICE As part of Run On Time Eng. Ltd.’s commitment to corporate social responsibility and safety to the general public on the road, the company made donations to the Ghana Police Service on 29th August 2016. The items donated included well branded reflective barriers, high visibility vests and amber lights. […]

What to consider before dating an engineer

Seeing as though I have dated not one, but two engineers, and I am constantly surrounded by (male) engineers, I seem to have become the authority on this topic. My site stats agree that this content – strange as it may be – attracts substantial traffic. So here it is: why not to date an […]

Female Engineers – Winning with the Velvet Glove

So this blog and others like it have exhausted the facts and figured about women in engineering and how wonderful it all is for us to be there. I want to talk about something I’ve experienced that gave a new spin on why companies should hire and promote female engineers. Not all female engineers will […]

What makes engineering consulting different

Its been a while since I posted – readers will realise that my lull in posts has coincided with my move to Johannesburg and my starting a new job in engineering consulting. The past 2.5 months at my new company have been a whirlwind of excitement. Being thrown into two projects in the midst of […]