The Commission for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (CTVET), has held a workshop to validate the first edition of Ghana TVET report at the Accra Technical Training center.
The validation workshop brought together stakeholders drawn from Private Sector, Industry experts, Sector Skills Bodies, Development Partners, Ministries and Agencies, policy actors and training institutions. Participants had the opportunity to review the report
The session was led by the Coordinating Lead for Policy Planning, Project, Research Monitoring and Evaluation (PPPRME) Division at CTVET. Mr. Samuel Thompson in his presentation said, "The report was put together by the Commission for TVET with technical support from the German Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) and German Office for International Cooperation in Vocational Education and Training (GOVET).
According to him, the report provides information on major interventions being undertaken in the TVET sector as well as key issues relevant to that sector. The report will also provide a guide for policy makers, development partners and other government agencies in their activities within the TVET sector.
The report presents information on TVET governance, Access to TVET, Quality TVET delivery systems, TVET Financing, Industry engagement and International Cooperation.
The report also presents information on the skills required by learners for the future. These are the information we need to share.
Mr. Thompson added that we think we had positive feedback from our stakeholders about the report we shared with them, will incorporate most of the suggestions that came up and at the launch.