Also, as colonial education continues to indoctrinate youth via rote learning methods, we feel it is imperative that Ghanaians be taught critical thinking-- in essence, problem solving. Writing creatively forces the mind to be curious. It works to develop ideas. It encourages research, knowledge-building and quests for truth.
CWA is registered in Ghana under the Companies Code 1963 (Act 179) as an educational institution that equips students with practical proficiency and competence in writing and vital skills for growth and development.
The Academy’s renowned faculty and staff come from esteemed universities and colleges as well as professional bodies and institutions. These faculty and facilitators include distinguished published fiction writers, playwrights, poets, journalists, experts in entrepreneurial skills, finance and business management, film directors and essayists whose aim is to guide students to develop their skills and expand their conceptual appreciation of writing as an art form.