GNACOPS ends CCP training for private schools


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The Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) 5 days CCP training for private school teachers which commenced Wednesday, February 3, 2021, will end Sunday, February 7, 2021, at various centres.

The purpose of the training is for every teacher in Ghana both public and private to expose the over 200 participants to the National Pre-Tertiary Curriculum Framework (NPCF), The Concept of the Common Core Programme, the National Pre-Tertiary Assessment Framework (NPLAF), Professional Learning Community, Introduction to the CCP Curriculum, Features and use of the Teacher Resource Pack (TRP) and Learner Resource Pack (TRP) in the CCP, Yearly and Termly Scheme of Learning, Lesson Planning Format and Phases of Lesson in CCP Curriculum, Assessment in the CCP Curriculum, Barriers to Learning CCP Curriculum, Use of Creative Pedagogies, Lesson Planning Demonstrations, PLC Simulations, and Fidelity of Implementation.

The private schools’ council in a statement shared to indicated teachers who will successfully complete the intensive CCP training will be awarded a participatory certificate.

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The participatory certificate according to the Executive Director of GNACOPS, Mr Enoch Gyetuah will be issued to unprofessional teachers.

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For professional teachers, Mr Enoch Kwasi Gyetuah said the National Teaching Council (NTC) will open the Teacher portal for them to register and score CPD points for the forthcoming private school teacher licensing.

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