75% of TVET curricula is outdated, skills gap study shows
The analysis, which was matched with an audit of 10 economic sectors, showed that within the period, there was also an ineffective mode of teaching at the various TVET institutions, which adversely impacted on the productivity levels of graduates from those schools on the job market.
Director-General of the Commission for TVET Dr Fred Kyei Asamoah disclosed this at a media briefing on the first five-year strategic plan (2018 to 2022) for transforming TVET in the country. The plan is also expected to establish strong links between industry and TVET providers or academia. The analysis was to address issues of skills mismatch between training institutions and industry.
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