The National Teaching Council want to lincese all teachers in the country before the year ends. The licences are to renewed by participating in a series of training programmes organised by accredited service providers.
Teachers in Districts like Shai-Osudoku, Sekyere South and Savelugu have been licensed already. Some of the service providers or organisers of the training programmes have resorted to virtual workshops instead of face-to-face.
These virtual workshops create a lot of inconveniences for the teachers as some of workshops last up eight hours.
The Teachers Unions should intervene if not these virtual workshops will yield the desired results.
Teachers Unions should liaise with the service providers to organise face-to-face workshops to ensure maximum participation of members as some people can just join in without active participation.
Again, these workshops are not free, so GNAT and the other Unions should compell the service providers to descend down to the people rather than being somewhere else.
The face-to-face workshops will shortened the time to spent as teachers have other things like lesson notes to do.
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