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Government To Build Centre Of Excellence Of T-VET In Ashanti Region Within 24 Months – Director Gen. CTVET

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The Director General of the Council of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Dr. Fred Kyei Asamoah has disclosed that the government will cut sod on Monday 6th June, 2022 for the commencement of the building of the Center of Excellence of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Abrankese in the bosomtwe district of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

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According to him, the Akuffo Addo government during its campaign for power in 2016 stated in the page 56 of their manifesto that, they will build 32 T-VET centers which they have now put in 3 phases with approval from parliament to begin works on.

He said that, the government has readied all resources to embark on this project.

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He added that, it will be the first and central source of training on any new course of the T-VET for teachers before it’s made widespread for students.


Dr. Fred Kyei explained that, this is in line with the government’s vision to see at least 50% of the youth in the country employed through technical training to boost the country’s economy.

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He stressed that, the project has been estimated to take 24 months to be completed.


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