January 18, 2019

A Deputy Minister for Education in charge of basic schools, Barbara Ayisi Asher has reiterated government’s commitment and determination to improve Technical and Vocation Education Training (TVET) delivery in the country.

According to her, infrastructure improvement is key on the agenda to improving technical and vocational education in order to attract young people.

The Deputy Minister who is also the Member of Parliament for Cape Coast North said as part of a strategic roadmap, government is currently embarking on infrastructure improvement in all TVET campuses across the country.

She disclosed that an additional 20 new TVET institutions being established across the country all aimed at making Ghana a hub of skills training to enhance the general economic development of the country based on industralisation.

Christian Kpesese/ ghanamps.com