Teachers in Ketu South directed to pay GH¢75 for CPD training workshop

A Ghanaian teacher teaching pupils
A Ghanaian teacher teaching pupils

It is reported that, teachers in the Ketu South Municipality of the Volta Region are being coeced by stakeholders in education to pay a whooping amount of seventy five Ghana cedis (GH¢75.00) for training workshop.

In a letter written to all Heads of Basic Schools in the Municipality, the Ketu South Education Directorate has directed the teachers to pay the said money to participate in the training workshop.

According to the Directorate, the training workshop is centered on Continuous Professional Development and Sensitization on Educational Polices.


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The letter signed by the Municipal Director of Ketu South Mr. Michael Yao Tsuiatorfe said, Exams Ethics Marshals has been authorized by the National Teaching Council to organize Professional
Development Training Workshop on Sensitization on Educational Policies for teachers in the Ketu South Municipal Education Directorate.

The Programme scheduled to take place from 27th October, 2021 to 29th October, 2021 is categorized under three zones thus: Agbozume Zone, Denu-Adina Zone including Afloa North Circuit and Afloa Zone – Aflao East, Afloa West and Afloa Central circuits.

This is what NTC wants Newly Trained Teachers to do before they can be posted and licensed

Below are the modules for the Training Programme:

1. CPD Framework and point building System

2. Teacher Licensing

3. Standards and Compliance and Ghana Teacher Prize (GTP)

4. Education Regulatory Bodies Act 2020, Act 1023

5. Teacher usage of the NTC Portal

Mr. Michael Yao Tsuiatorfe has entreated all teachers to take part in the training workshop because, it will award them eight (8) Continuous Professional Development Points.

NTC recommended activities for Continuous Professional Development of Teachers

Find attached, the letter and the scheduled for the Training Workshops.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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