CCP Training For GNACOPS Master Trainers Comes To An End

CCP Training For GNACOPS Master Trainers

The Ghana National Council Of Private Schools (GNACOPS), has brought to an end, the CCP Training organized for its Master Trainers.

The Simulation training started on Wednesday, 27th January, 2021, at Somanya in Eastern Region and the curtains was drawn on it today, January 31, 2021.

GNACOPS CCP Training

CCP Training By GNACOPS

The main cascading training across the regions is expected to start this forthcoming Wednesday, 3rd February, 2021, depending on the readiness of the individual regions.

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GNACOPS would like the general public, teachers as well as stakeholders to notice the following important issues:

  1. The National Teaching Council, NTC, in collaboration with GNACOPS would issue certificates for participation to teachers who will successfully complete the training.
  2. NTC has opened its Teachers Portal for GNACOPS, where each teacher who participates in the CCP training would be registered and scored CPD points for licensing.
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It is to be noted that, GNACOPS is the only private education body that has been mandated by the Ministry of Education through NaCCA to train private school teachers for appropriate certification.

Any private school teacher who decides not to take part does so on his/her own peril.

The CCP training, which would last for five days would for every region, start from a Wednesday to Sunday.

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