Microscopy remains the most accessible method for parasite quantitation, classification of severity of malaria disease, for drug efficacy monitoring, and as a gold standard reference of assessing other diagnostic tools. The mismatch between quality and needs highlight the importance of the establishment of reliable standards and procedures for assessing and assuring quality. Constant training is a key component of quality management program towards establishment of quality assurance and quality control in the laboratory. The Infectious Diseases Epidemiology Group at KCCR developed a curriculum in Malaria Microscopy Training according to WHO standards that lasted for 10 days. Three sessions were organized from 22nd January to 2nd February 2018, 12th to 27th February 2018 and 17th to 27th February 2018. The facilitators were Geoffrey Foli, Henry Hanson and Oumou Maiga-Ascofare. Fifteen personnel have already participated in the three sessions using validated malaria slides provided by the Kintampo Health Research Centre. Participant progress was monitored daily using three essential parameters -parasite detection and quantification, and species identification. The post-course review showed that the course was highly appreciated by the participants. Researchers from KNUST, Ghana Health Service and personnel from the National Malaria Control Program have expressed the need for the course and encourage its continuation.