In March across different locations in Ghana, author and speaker Abdul-Rahim Baba will launch his most recent Tertiary guidebook, Tertiary 360, Practical Steps to a Successful Tertiary Education. He notes that this book is the culmination of his four years of experience between his time at the Tertiary institution and the start of his National Service.
In his ground-breaking book Tertiary 360, Rahim shows that the requirement for effective strategies to perform optimally is what he considers to be the most difficult aspect of higher education rather than the workload and high demands of lectures and instructors.
2019 saw Abdul-Rahim Baba graduate from the University of Ghana with a degree in linguistics and a sociology minor. He changed careers and is now employed with TXT Ghana as a marketer.
According to a summary of Tertiary 360, thousands of Ghanaians graduate from tertiary institutions after spending years of arduous labour and enormous sums of money on their education. Less than 10% of these graduates find employment, nevertheless. Even a smaller number of people manage to secure employment that pays off their investments.
Tertiary 360 goes into great detail to explain four fundamental ideas and concepts: what moves the needle in a job hunt, how to avoid the mistakes that 90% of their peers make, when to pursue possibilities unrelated to their academic specialty, and how to make contacts while in tertiary.
The book is currently available on Amazon for preorder; https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BRTCLFWV.
The unveiling has been slated for March 18 and 25 at Tamale and Accra, respectively. You can also join the waiting lists on Rahim’s website; https://arbspeaks.com/.