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No more Automatic Postings For Trainee Nurses from 2018

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Job guarantee after nursing training college which is one of the baits that attract people to the profession will no longer exist from 2018 according to the Health Minister. Alex Segbefia said nurses trainees will have to apply and justify their suitability for the jobs that will be available in the health sector. They will have to join the job market just as any other ... Read More »

Exposed:TTAG-EGA President ‘reveals’ the Political ‘Lies’ of NPP,NDC Over the future of Colleges of Education in Ghana

ASANTE KROBEA ELVIS

Colleges of Education in Ghana ,as   well as the teaching profession as a whole is being used by politicians to gain political grounds ahead of the 2016 November polls. Meanwhile ,the Eastern and Greater Accra Sector President of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana, Mr. Elvis Krobea Asante ,has revealed the real state  of Colleges of Education currently,and the reasons ... Read More »

Ghana is Ghc282m richer after swapping Teacher Trainee allowance – Revealed

President Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has described as false, reports that government has scrapped allowances meant for teacher trainees in the country. According to him, what his government did was to “swap” and not “scrap” the policy as teacher trainees could access funds from the Students Loan Trust to finance their education just like students in any tertiary institution. Addressing students ... Read More »

Teacher Trainees Display Their Feeding Grant Cheques with Joy

PCE Teacher Trainees display feeding grant cheques

The Government of Ghana has finally fulfilled its promise to the 38 assisted Government teacher trainees in the country by paying out their feeding grant to the colleges through the GetFund. Some Students of the Presbyterian College of Education could not hide their joy after receiving the cheques.They decided to display it in a photograph. Students of the Colleges of ... Read More »

Update On Trainees Feeding Grant Arrears: Why GHC 30.00 was deducted as Exam Fee

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Teacher Trainees who were given their expected GHC 1120.00 with a deduction of GHC 30.00 should take notice  of  the following information regarding   the said amount. The said amount is an accrued Examination fee   that was paid for by the various Colleges on behalf of all students as part of the Examination fee. The University of Cape Coast,Institute of ... Read More »

Education Ministry to takeover Nursing Training Colleges

Nurses

President John Mahama has endorsed what he described as a “major proposal” where the Ministry of Education would supervise all nursing and health training institutions in the country. Hitherto, such institutions have been under the purview of the Ministry of Health. However with the worrying spate of unemployed nurses and other health personnel – most of whom are churned out ... Read More »

Government has deliberately refused us employment – Graduate Nurses

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The president of the Coalition of Unemployed Nurses, Adams Masawudu, has accused the government of deliberately turning deaf ears to their demands. Speaking at a press conference to press home their demands in Accra, Adams Masawudu criticized the government for consistently denying them job and rather prioritizing strategies to win the upcoming November elections. “It is very sad to note ... Read More »

Teacher Trainees to Pocket Gh¢1120.00 as Payment of Two Semesters’ Feeding Grant Arrears

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Reliable information reaching EducationGhana.net  can confirm, that each Student in all Ghana’s Public Colleges of Education will be given an amount of Gh¢1120.00 as payment of their feeding grant arrears for two semesters. This information is in line with our earlier reports  regarding governments ability to release cheques for the payment of the feeding grants arrears. Meanwhile, the money will ... Read More »

Committee To Examine Problems In Employment Opportunities For Nursing Trainees Inaugurated

Tony Goodman

The Ministry of Health has set up a Technical Committee to examine problems and genuine concerns being raised about different course content, entry requirements as well as discrimination in employment opportunities for both public and private nursing trainees.Speaking to Radio Ghana’s George Ankrah, the Public Relations Officer of the Ministry, Tony Goodman however explained that Public and the Private Health ... Read More »

Gov’t releases Two Semesters’ Cheque for Payment of Feeding Fee Arrears to Colleges of Education

Accra College of Education 1

Credible information reaching EducationGhana.net  can confirm that Government has given a bank cheque to Colleges of Education in the Country as payment of  a Two -Semester feeding fee arrears owed students of the various colleges. The cheque is expected to facilitate payment to all Students in the colleges including the Level 300 Students who are in their out segment of ... Read More »

Allowance Saga: College to dismiss 700 Students for ‘dishonesty’ and ‘indiscipline’

Seven hundred Agricultural students from three colleges, Ohawu, Ejura and Pong-Tamale are facing dismissal for what the authorities describe as dishonest receiving and indiscipline.The students whose allowances had delayed for more than two years received an initial payment of almost nine thousand cedis each from the district assembly and subsequently received another eleven thousand each from the Ministry of Food ... Read More »

Colleges of Education will No Longer Wear Uniforms

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A Deputy Minister of Education, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has announced that it is no longer compulsory for Teacher Trainees to wear uniforms in the nation’s 38 public Colleges of Education. The Deputy Minister made the announcement when he addressed hundreds of student leaders in tertiary institutions across the country at the third annual student leaders’ meeting initiated by the ... Read More »

Government Released GHC 62.7m Feeding Grant Arrears to Colleges of Education

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The Government has released GHS62.7 million for disbursement to the various Colleges of Education as feeding grant. A statement from the Ministry of Education issued on Tuesday March 29 said the amount was released to the Ghana Education Trust Fund for onward disbursement to the colleges. The announcement of the release of the funds follows a statement issued by the ... Read More »

Bawumia ‘Schools’ President Mahama on Ghana’s Debt at Jasikan College of Education

DR BAWUMIA

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice-Presidential Candidate to Nana Akufo-Addo, says President John Mahama needs proper briefing on the true state of borrowing that has occurred in the last 7 years.   This comes as a direct response to recent comments from the President underestimating the extent of the NDC’s borrowing and the fact that the actual value of the debt in ... Read More »

Teacher Trainees reject NDC gari to meet Bawumia

DR BAWUMIA

It was an interesting spectacle on the Dambai College of Education Campus on Monday, when local NDC officials in the Krachi East Constituency flooded the Institution with bags of Gari as enticements for students just before NPP Running Mate a scheduled Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia interaction with the students. Events started taking an interesting turn when a day before the scheduled ... Read More »

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