Earlier today the Executives of the Newly Trained Teachers Forum had a closed door meeting with the ministry of finance to discuss issues with regards to the recruitment of newly trained teachers and financial clearance.
Information reaching us indicated by the Deputy minister for finance shows that preparations are underway to open the portal for all Qualified teachers.
The minister disclosed that ministry of Education presented 40,093 people to be recruited into GES which is more than the previous years’ figures. The 40,093 include Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff from College of Education and University graduates.
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The minister also disclosed that NQT will be employed within this year (2021) and the Financial clearance will be issued in November and the process tor NQTs recruitment will officially commence afterwards.
Check out the full statement below
“We bring you warm greetings from the Newly Trained Teachers Forum (NTTF),
The leadership of the newly Trained Teachers Forum engaged with the ministry of
finance on 21st October, 2021 over the delay in financial clearance to recruit Newly
Trained Teachers from Colleges Of Education. After the engagement, these were the
- THE DELAY OF FINANCIAL CLEARANCE;
Upon thorough deliberation with the Deputy Minister of finance who is in charge of all
financial clearance for employment, she made it clear that ministry of Education
presented 40,093 people to be recruited into GES which is more than the previous
years’ figures. The 40,093 include Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff from College of
Education and University graduates and so provisions are to be made to include all the
said categories and that cause the delay in the recruitment process.
- ASSURANCE OF RECRUITMENT
The deputy minister of finance, Hon. Abena Asare Osei assured the NTTF Executives that NQT will be employed within this year (2021). Financial clearance will be issued in
November and the process for NQTs recruitment will officially commence, so she
promised to do the needful as quick as possible therefore entreating us to wait for
them to do the necessary arrangements for our portal to be opened which will favour
all and sundry.
- GOVERNMENT’S PRIORITY
Not withstanding the delay in the recruitment process of the Newly Trained Teachers, the minister said NQTs are still the first priority of government when it comes to
employing teachers into the classrooms. The Finance ministry and Ministry of
Education had an engagement today and our recruitment issue was the topic for their
- THE MINISTER’S PLEA
The minister plead to all newly Trained Teachers to accept postings to all places that
their services are needed such as rural areas since those places are all part of Ghana
and our services are mostly needed there.”
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