Trained Teachers Begin Nat’l Service in December
All newly-trained Teachers in the country will on December 3, 2018 begin their mandatory National Service programme. This follows a successful meeting between major stakeholders on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, a press release has disclosed.
The stakeholders include The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG), Teachers and Trainees Advocacy (TTA) and the Coalition of Newly Trained Teachers (CCNT), on one hand and the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS), on the other hand.
The aforementioned bodies have agreed in principle with regards to the necessary procedures that should be taken in order to make the trainees’ national service successful.
This was contained in a press release that was jointly signed by the NSS and the other three bodies, also referred to as ‘Interested Parties’.
A communique, jointly signed by Mustapha Ussif, Executive Director, NSS, Antwi Karikari Patrick, National Convener, TTA, Annor Collins, PRO CNTT and Anthony Dadzie, President, TTAG, stated among other things:
“That, the leadership of TTAG, TTA and the CNTT have met with the management of the NSS to discuss the lay-down processes leading to the deployment of the newly trained teachers.
“That, newly trained teachers’ online registration details with the Ghana Education Service (GES) have been submitted to the National Service Scheme for the generation of Pin Codes and subsequent registration for posting.
“That, the newly trained teachers will begin their national service by Monday December 3, 2018”.
By: Kwadwo Essel