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List Of Technical Skills Colleges In Ghana

List Of Technical Skills Colleges In Ghana

List Of Technical Skills Colleges In Ghana

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Technical and Vocational education and training are delivered at three levels, namely, Basic Education, Second-Cycle and Tertiary Education levels. At the Basic Education level, technical and vocational education starts from the Junior Secondary School. At the Second-Cycle level, technical and vocational education is provided in the Secondary Technical Schools, Technical Institutions,Vocational Schools/Training Centres and other post-basic education training institutions as well as in some of the initial Teacher Training Colleges. Technical education at the tertiary level is delivered at the Polytechnics and other professional institutions, with the Universities being the highest level.

Purpose of Technical and Vocational Education

The purpose of the technical and vocational education at the non-degree level is to provide young men and women with technical and vocational skills training (in addition to general education) in order to enable them fulfil the country’s technical manpower needs, including self-employment in the fields of industry, business and agriculture.

List Of Technical Skills Colleges In Ghana:

N.J. Ahmadiyya College of Education                       –        Upper West

St. John Bosco’s College of Education, Navrongo         –        Upper East

Bagabaga College of Education, Tamale                    –        Northern

St. Joseph’s College of Education, Bechem                –        Brong Ahafo

Mampong Technical Teachers College of Education       –       Ashanti

Presbyterian College of Education, Akropong-Akwapem –       Eastern

Komenda College of Education                                –        Central

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