TTAG update on teacher trainees allowance
In a recent announcement, the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) sends its warmest regards to all Teacher Trainees in the public Colleges of Education. With a steadfast commitment to serving the best interests of Teacher Trainees, the National Executive Council is pleased to provide you with crucial updates concerning the payment of allowances and the level 400 teaching practicum fee. We urge you to carefully review the following information:
We are delighted to inform you that preparations for the disbursement of allowances are well underway. However, we have been notified by PRINCOF and SLTF that some students have not yet submitted their allowance details. We kindly remind those affected to promptly submit accurate details through the Student Records and Information Management System (SRIMS) to ensure the smooth processing of allowances. Additionally, we would like to address two specific situations regarding the allowance:
- Students who have not received their allowances since their admission to college.
- Students who have previously received their allowances but are no longer receiving them.
If you fall into either of the above categories, we encourage you to approach your respective Student Representative Council (SRC) Presidents. They will assist you in submitting the necessary information required for the processing of allowances. Submitting accurate details through them will expedite the processing and disbursement of your allowances.
Level 400 Teaching Practicum Fee
We would like to inform you that a petition has been submitted to PRINCOF regarding a reconsideration of the amount allocated for the Teaching Practicum, specifically for level 400 students. However, we kindly request all level 400 trainees to remain patient as we await feedback on this matter.
We understand the significance of these updates to all of you, and we assure you that we will keep you informed of any further developments.