TVET Unveils New Edifice

President Nana Akufo-Addo has been profoundly praised for actualizing his vision to focus on Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) in Ghana.

The Vice President of the Republic, H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia was brimming with praise for the President when he initiated the cutting-edge Ghana Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Service base camp at East Legon, Greater Accra Region.

The government aims to help TVET training in the country to have teaching blocks, ICT Centers, organization blocks, studios, male and female dorms, and the establishment of studios or workshops.

The general consumption for the task is $131.6 million and is supposed to help countless jobless and untalented students and youth.

Notwithstanding the TVET Service central command and Applied Technology Institute, 37 buses, 23 pickups, 2 farm haulers, 3 Toyota Fortuners and 1 Toyota V8 land cruiser have been given over to the TVET Service for distribution.

The Vice President took advantage of the event to initiate the Applied Technology Institute as well as to disseminate some fleet of vehicles to the Ghana TVET Service.

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VP Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia shared his anticipation about the finishing of the TVET Service base camp, adding that he is sure it will prompt the change of TVET in Ghana.

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“The project has been completed. It has been delivered and the completion of this project has brought a sigh of relief to the management of the Ghana TVET Service, the beneficiary institutions, students, and the general public,” Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia shared.

While lauding the Minister of Education and the administration of TVET Service for their persistent effort, the Vice President stretched out appreciation to the Planet One Group for executing the venture in record time.

I’m happy to state that in spite of the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, Planet One Group has successfully completed the project on time. Thank you very much to the chairman and consultant of Planet One Group,” Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia added.

The Vice President in his discourse reprimanded the administration of the TVET Service to take very care of the offices of the new base camp.

He entreated students who will be profiting from the offices to show enthusiasm and try to do right by the government and their folks.

“It is my hope that the beneficiaries of these state-of-the-art facilities and vehicles shall demonstrate a high level of patriotism and professionalism in their usage to serve the intended purpose.

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“I urge the management and staff of the Ghana TVET Service to serve as an example in the area of the maintenance of these facilities for other institutions to emulate and I trust you can do it,” H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia stressed.

Mounting the platform to convey her discourse, Mrs. Mawusi Nudekor Awity who is Director-General of the Ghana TVET Service said the event showcases how responsible the authority is to see a better TVET in the country.

She demonstrated that the Modernization of Vocational Education System Project in Ghana assists the youth with obtaining abilities to meet the necessities of occupational markets on the planet.

She said the project has revived trust and carried smiles to many homes.

In the interest of Ghanaians, Mrs. Mawusi Nudekor Awity offered thanks to President Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia for their interest in TVET training.

She said that with TVET now the favored schooling in Ghana, her administration is currently carrying out new companies for graduate TVET students with the assistance of donors.

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The initiation of the TVET Service headquarters and the Applied Technology Institute is under the Modernization of Vocational Education System Project in Ghana.

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