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Recent News

Students Entrepreneurship Competition to be Launched

The Students Entrepreneurship Competition, a project for students who are willing to test the viability of their business ideas is soon to be launched by the Council.

The project will comme .. read more

COTVET SETS UP WOMEN IN TVET UNIT

The Council has set up a unit for Women in TVET with funding from GIZ under the GSDI Project. This unit will advise the Council on how to promote the economic participation of women in TVET and ens .. read more

German Government Supports Informal Sector

The Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI) is a project designed to develop demand driven TVET programmes by strengthening the capacity of Trade Associations and the Informal Sector in general. .. read more

Second Phase of National Apprenticeship Programe Begins

The National Apprenticeship Programme is a programme put together by the Government of Ghana as one of its strategies aimed at reducing youth unemployment and improving upon the livelihoods of earl .. read more

Competency Based Training Programe Expanded

Strategies have been put in place to roll-out Competency Based Training (CBT) to some public technical institutes by the close of the year. As part of activities in this regard, a plan for the roll .. read more

COTVET Rolls Out Voucher System

The Government of Ghana has received a financing facility of EUR 10 million from the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany towards the funding of a voucher system that promotes access by ap .. read more

COTVET signs $ 2.5 million research agreements with five institutions

The Council for Technical and Vocational Education (COTVET) Project Support Unit on Monday signed a 2.5 million dollar agreement with five institutions to undertake demand driven research that woul .. read more

COTVET Assists 5 Institutions With $2.5 Million Grant For Research

The Council of Technical vocational Education and Training (COTVET) has assisted five institutions with a grant of 2.5 million dollars to undertake research that will support the support th .. read more