The Ghana Education Service is going to organize an ICT training for teachers in the junior high and senior high schools across the country. The following are the details of the training.
Name of the project
The project is entitled, UNESCO — Korea Funds-In-Trust (KFIT), ICT Transforming Education in Ghana.
The Korea government together with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is funding the project.
The project is going to be implemented by the government of Ghana for a duration of three (3) years.
The projects aims at building the capacity of teachers in JHS and SHS in Emergency Remote Teaching across the country.
Teachers in both private and public schools in all parts of the country qualify to undergo the training.
How to participate,
Interested teachers should register by clicking here to fill a form. The form simply asks for some personal details and school details of the teacher.
Take note, the training is going to be organized online thus, you will need to have bandwidth in order to fully participate in the training.Deadline
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