Fundamentally, the mission of the Commission for TVET in the country's education aims to contribute to the development of a productive workforce by linking the education system to the needs of the economy.
It equips youth with the skills necessary to develop their employability and livelihoods and provides equitable access to competency-based training.
The government of Ghana recognises the strengthening of the Commission for TVET as a means of developing the technical and skilled human resources base which the nation needs urgently as a key for achieving its industrial development.
It's said leadership is a process in which an individual influences the behaviour and attitudes of other people.
It is against this background that, Dr. Fred Kyei Asamoah, the Director General, Commission for TVET, known for his benevolence has enrolled yet another batch of some youth in his constituency, Offinso North in Design and Technology Institute ( DTI), Accra to acquire skills that are key to economic development for both the individuals and the nation at large, and as a manifest proof that grammar education is not the only precondition for success in life.
On November 18, 2019, government through CTVET by Dr. Fred Kyei Asamoah gave startup tools to master the craft of persons to improve upon their skills after training in Offinso North.
Through his hardworking as a Director General, Offinso North now has a Methodist Training Centre as an integral part of CTVET accredited institutions in Ghana. Notwithstanding that, he has as well, secured another large stretch of land through the central government in Offinso North for the establishment of an ultra-modern CTVET institution near "YEBOA APATAM" to partner the existing one.
Over the past few years, his political appointment has lifted the CTVET sector both internationally and locally as the sector equips people with the technical and professional skills needed for the socio-economic and industrial development of the country.