GES Study Leave with Pay 2022 Approved Subjects

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GES Study Leave with Pay 2022 Approved Subjects

Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has released Study Leave with pay approved subjects for 2022 academic year for teachers who seek to upgrade themselves through regular courses.

A total of twenty-two (22) different subjects have been approved for 2022 academic year for Study Leave with pay teachers.

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The subjects are classified into four (4) categories with 60%, 30%, 5% and 5% respectively.

READ MORE: Requirements and Qualification for Study Leave with pay 2022/2023

GES approved courses/ subjects for Study Leave with Pay 2022

1. Physics

2. Chemistry

3. Biology

4. Mathematics

5. Integrated Science

6. English Language

7. Physical Education

8. French

9. Special Education

10. Ghanaian Language

11. Guidance and Counselling

12. Early Childhood

13. Religious Studies (CRS)

14. History

15. Visual Arts (GKA, Creative Arts, Sculpture)

16. Vocational Education (Clothing and Textile, Hospitality management, Catering, Fashion and Design, Management in living, Food and Nutrition, and Home Economics.

17. Technical Courses (Technical Drawing, Electronics, Applied Electricity, Refrigeration, Welding, Metal Works, Building and Construction, Auto Mechanic, Auto Works, Draughtsmanship, Creative Arts, Graphic Design

18. Government

19. Geography

20. Economics

21. Music

22. Laboratory Technician

Requirements for Study Leave with Pay

In line with the Ghana Education Service Study Leave With Pay policy, employees of the service should satisfy the following conditions to qualify for the award of Study Leave With Pay.

Conditions for the Grant of Study Leave With Pay.

1. The minimum number of years to serve before qualifying for the grant of Study Leave With Pay is 3 (three) years of satisfactory service. A beneficiary of Study Leave With Pay shall be bonded for the number of years served at the Institution
plus one (1) year.

2. An applicant (staff of GES) who has served in a designated deprived area for Two (2) years may be eligible for consideration for the grant of Study Leave With Pay.

3. Non-Professional graduate teachers should have served for at least one (1) year before being eligible for any of the Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) course.

4. Staff of the Service returning from Secondment must serve a minimum of two (2) years before they become eligible for Study Leave With Pay.

5. Staff of the Service who vacate, leave the service and are re-appointed/re-engaged must serve a minimum of five (5) years before being eligible for Study Leave With Pay

6. A Staff who does not qualify for the grant of Study Leave With Pay in the first year cannot apply again in the second year of his/her studies. The Staff must apply for Study Leave Without Pay to pursue the course.

7. A Staff who is eligible for Study Leave With Pay must have a minimum of two (2) years to serve after the course. For example, a Staff who is Fifty-Five (55) years and above cannot apply for Study Leave With Pay to pursue a course that lasts Four (4) years or more. He/She can however, apply to pursue courses that have a duration of between One (1) and Three (3) years.

8. A Staff shall be eligible for Study Leave With Pay subject to the following:

a) Good conduct and performance
b) Recommendation by immediate supervisor

Application for Study Leave With Pay:

1. Applicants should obtain application forms from the Metro/Municipal/District Education Offices.

2. Applicants should complete application forms (4 copies), Attach certified true copies of certificate(s).

3. Applications should be submitted to the applicant’s Regional Director through the Metro/Municipal/District Director/Head of Institution (2nd Cycle).

4. The Regional/District Directors should ensure that the list of all fully qualified beneficiaries reach the Acting Director, Human Resource Management and
Development (HRMD) G.E.S. Headquarters by 30th November, 2022.

Find attached, the list of approved subjects and their percentage allocation for 2022 academic year. 

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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