Teachers directed to boycott NTC activities, compulsory workshop for point-based CPD

Teacher teaching in a classroom
Teacher teaching in a classroom

Ghanaian Pre-tertiary Teachers have been directed to boycott all National Teaching Council (NTC) activities including compulsory workshop for point-based Continuous Professional Development (CPD).

A statement intercepted by Coverghana.com.gh emanating from Teachers Union of Ghana (TUG) has appealed to all Ghanaian teachers to remain calm and to boycott all activities that are organized or caused to be organized by the National Teaching Council (NTC) and their affiliate mercenaries who are barreling all over the place in a flawed public facade mask of organizing training workshops.

According to Wunnam Africanus, the General Secretary of Teachers Union of Ghana (TUG), the current CPD point building workshops are meant to flimflam the teacher out of his hard earned money.

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He explained that, no teacher is required to pay any money to any business man/woman in the name of accumulating points.

TUG noted that, teachers are at the very bottom of the public sector remuneration ladder and should not allow themselves to be swindled off their meagre pay.

TUG hereby calls on all Ghanaian teachers to refrain, avoid and shun all activities associated with NTC CPD points building schemes.

“Do not abandon your classrooms for any training which is not organized by the Ghana Education Service (GES)” The statement said.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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