Notice From TTAG To Teacher Trainees In Colleges Of Education
Check the notice from the Leadership of the Teacher Trainees Association Of Ghana to teacher trainees.
UPDATE ON TEACHING PRACTICUM AND PROJECT WORK FEE CHARGES
We bring you warm greetings from the National Secretariat of the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana, TTAG. We wish to use this medium to express our gratitude to all Teacher Trainees in Ghana for placing your trust and confidence in us to serve as your representatives. As we begin this new era, we are humbled by the opportunity to serve and are committed to promoting the welfare of all Teacher Trainees in Ghana. We are grateful for your vote, which demonstrates your belief in our capabilities and we pledge to work tirelessly to match your expectations and help you achieve greater accomplishments.
We wish all Teacher Trainees in Ghana a wonderful Easter celebration. We hope that this season brings joy, love, and care to one another.
With the unwavering commitment to serving the best interests of Teacher Trainees in the public Colleges of Education in Ghana, the National Secretariat by this missive addresses the below:
TEACHING PRACTICUM AND PROJECT WORK FEE CHARGES
The Association, as a matter of urgency, has taken notice of fees charged level 400 trainees by various mentoring universities as first semester examination fees which includes teaching practicum, project work, and other related matters. We have also noted the challenges some trainees are facing in accessing their end-of-semester examination results. As such, the Association is actively engaging stakeholders to identify the roofers-semester issues and to work on a comprehensive solution to addressing them.
We are honored by your confidence and support in us to serve. We assure you that the Jephthah Nana Kwame – led administration is fully committed to championing the cause of Teacher Trainees in the Colleges of Education in Ghana.