Form Fee-

GHS 100  (Ghanaians)

$ 50 (Non-Ghanaians)


Weekday – GHS 3,700(Ghanaians)

Weekend – GHS 4,000 (Non-Ghanaians)

Weekend and Weekday  – $ 800 (Non-Ghanaians)

Note: You can pay in installments and we have flexible modes of payment. 

Information security analyst

  • Average salary: $89,795
  • Role: Network or systems administrator
  • As an information security analyst, you help protect an organization’s computer networks and systems

Information security specialist

  • Average salary: $93,885
  • Role: Networking, IT support, systems engineering
  • In this role, you’re the company’s point person for security, ensuring that data remains secure against unauthorized access and cyberattacks. Responsibilities for security specialists vary from organization to organization

Security systems administrator

  • Average salary: $73,398
  • Role: Systems administrator, information security analyst
  • In this role, you’re typically put in charge of the day-to-day operations of an organization’s cybersecurity systems

Penetration tester

  • Average salary: $97,383
  • Role: Information security analyst, incident responder
  • As a penetration tester (pen tester for short), you’ll help businesses identify their security weaknesses before malicious hackers can do the same. You do this by attempting to breach computer networks with the company’s permission.

Cybersecurity manager

  • Average salary: $151,954
  • Role: Information security analyst, security administrator
  • In this cybersecurity leadership position, you’re responsible for overseeing the security infrastructure at your organization.

Security engineer

  • Average salary: $128,893
  • Role: Information security analyst, penetration tester
  • In this role, you design the systems to keep a company’s computers, networks, and data safe from cyber attacks to natural disasters. These security systems might include elements like firewalls and intrusion detection systems.

Security architect

  • Average salary: $195,333
  • Role: Security engineer, information security analyst
  • As a security architect, you set the vision for a company’s security systems. This role combines programming, threat research, and policy development to keep an organization a step ahead of threats.

Cryptography engineer

  • Average salary: $117,862
  • Role: Computer programmer, information security analyst, systems administrator
  • Working in cryptography involves securing data for communication and information exchange. Cryptologists create encryption algorithms, ciphers, and other security protocols to encrypt data. Cryptanalysts decrypt information that has been coded

Digital forensic examiner

  • Average salary: $92,565
  • Role: IT support, risk analyst
  • If you enjoy seeking clues to solve a puzzle, this role might be for you. Digital forensic investigators retrieve information from computers and other digital devices to discover how an unauthorized person accessed a system or to gather evidence for legal purposes.

IT auditor

    • Average salary: $79,427
    • Role: Network administrator, risk analyst, IT support
    • As an IT auditor, you’ll assess your organization’s technology for potential issues with security, efficiency, and compliance.
  • Secure a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet business needs.
    • Analyze a problem and identify and define the security risks and requirements appropriate to its solution.
    • Apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, cryptography, and computing theory in the modeling and design of security solutions for software or system architecture.
    • Apply design and development principles in the construction of secure software systems of varying complexity.
    • Demonstrate comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in the application of security.
    • Gather evidence and plan an appropriate response to a cybersecurity attack on a system or organization.
    • Apply current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for cyber defense within an organization.
  • Analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
  • Describe professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities related to computing.
  • Demonstrate appropriate written and oral communication of technology concepts to a wide audience.
  • Perform effectively on a team to accomplish a common goal.
  • Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development.
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