PROJECTS IN PROGRESS
|1||Facelift of Junior Staff Dining||Tiling, changing of mosquito nets, painting, replacements of some of the ceiling fans, replacement of loure frames/blades|
|2||Facelift of Senior Staff Dining Hall||Changing of mosquito nets, replacement of louvre frames/blades, painting and provision of curtains|
|3||Renovation of staff quarters - Site 4||Tiling, change of wooden windows to louvre frames/blades, changing of doors, re-ceiling, rewiring, painting and creation of walkways|
|4||Renovation of staff quarters - Site 3, 44A||Work almost completed - tiling work outstanding|
|5||Renovation of Bungalow No. 10||Work almost completed - Painting work outstanding|
|6||Renovation of quarters No. TD 64B at Tafo||>Work almost completed - tiling work outstanding|
|7||Transit Quarters||Changing of baths to showers in all rooms. Only one room has been completed|
|8||Dormitories E and H||Tiling, changing of facial boards, trap doors, mosquito nets and painting|
|9||Construction of attachments to 2-in-1 bedrooms dormitories||Work is on-going|
|10||Construction of septic tanks awarded to Contractors by COCOBOD||Work is on-going|
THE WAY FORWARD FOR THE COLLEGE (PLANNED PROJECTS)
Management of the college has plans of making Bunso Cocoa College a preferred choice when it comes to training and hospitality management. The following are some of the projects, programmes and activities planned for the future:Accreditation
The college has presented a proposal to COCOBOD to consider seeking accreditation for the college to run recognized certificate courses in the short term, progress to Diploma courses in the medium term and ultimately become a University College.
Installation of generating plants at the Transit quarters and the main compound to supply uninterrupted power.
Construction of a 500-capacity modern auditorium for conferences, meetings, workshops and retreats. This has become necessary as the University College of Agric and Environmental Studies (UCAES) has commenced operations.
Construction of bungalows for staff displaced following the take-over of the Trans-Birim area of the College by the Okyeman Traditional Council.
Construction of new dormitories to accommodate the ever-increasing number of course participants.
Construction of a rest spot close to the meeting place where clients can buy and enjoy some drinks.
Erection of statue of Opanin Yaw Sarpong
To immortalize Opanin Yaw Sarbeng for his contribution in the discovery of the Cocoa Swollen Shoot Virus Disease. The college has researched into the background of the prominent farmer to document his achievement.
Renaming of Lecture rooms and Dormitories
Proposal to rename the administration block, lecture halls and dormitories after prominent personalities who served in the industry and effects (things) related to cocoa.
To enhance the serene environment and improve on our facilities to attract more clients to the college in the midst of the competition in the hospitality industry, a service strategy was developed for the college in 2013.