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Over 3000 students benefits from TVET policy under free SHS - Deputy Minister

Twum Ampofo8.jpeg Deputy Minister of Education, Twum Ampofo

Thu, 9 Sep 2021 Source: GNA

The Deputy Minister of Education in charge of TVET and MP for Abuakwa North, Hon Twum Ampofo paid a working visit to Accra Technical Training Center and some examination centres across the country to encourage students who are writing their final year examination.

Speaking to Journalist, she said the current government is committed in growing the TVET sector to help create jobs for the teaming youth and has made resources available towards achieving the Ghana beyond aid.

According to her students from the TVET sector are also coming to work in the ongoing industrialization drive by the government through the trade ministry, 1D1F.

She used the opportunity to wish them well as they take their final year examination.

Dr Fred Kyei Asamoah Director General Council for TVET said two thousand four hundred (2,400) students across the country are expected to sit for the final exams across the country.

He said the commission is putting up measures to ensure that TVET certification becomes standard and currently harmonizing all the technical institutions and assessment and certification is going to be conducted by the council for technical, vocational education training (CTVET).

He also wishes them well for their exams.

Source: GNA