The Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) is set to organize a digital skill training for teacher trainees across the Forty-six (46) Accredited Public Colleges of Education in Ghana.
The leadership of the Association made this known after a meeting with management of the Ghana-Indian Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT led by Dr. Collins Yeboah-Afari, the Director General.
According to the president of TTAG Mr. Jonathan Dzunu, he, together with Pamela Aboagyewaa Mantey – the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pamitouch Foundation a representative from Open Foundation West Africa” have had a fruitful discussion with the Ghana-Indian Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT on training seminar for trainees on digitization courses.
The training seminar, which is expected to commence in the near future, is to foster creativity and innovation that can change the world for better.
The leadership of the Association will, in the coming days announce a detailed roadmap on the training seminar for its members.
The Association is grateful to Dr. Collins Yeboah-Afari for the opportunity to engage them on discussions centered on taking trainees through digitalization courses.
The meeting was attended by Dzunu Jonathan with the company of Miss Pamela Aboagyewaa Mantey, the CEO of Pamitouch Foundation.