GRASAG-UEW Women’s Commission in collaboration with the University Health Directorate, Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, UEW-HIV/AIDS Unit and the HPERS Department is organising an all-in-one event dubbed GENDER SUMMIT—Health Screening and Walk for students, staff and the University community.
The programme is under the theme:
A Healthy University Community, a Healthy Nation
The Centre for Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies has organised a public lecture on ‘the Importance of Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies in Present Development Discourse’ at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre of the University of Education, Winneba.
The event which was held on 19th October, 2016 marked the inception of the newly created Centre for Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies at the Faculty of Social Science. It brought together 500 dignitaries from Academia, security services, human rights institutions and other stake holders in education.
ASHIS(Association of History Students) executives in collaboration with history student executives from University of Ghana,University of Development Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and University of Cape Coast met on 31 August 2016 to discuss the formation of National History Association. The main agenda was the importance of forming such as an association.
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Ghana has been subjected to a huge paradigm shift since 2001. The focus is to shift from traditional content-based education and training to Competency-Based Training (CBT).
There is a general lack of professional TVET managers, policy analysts, competency-based curriculum developers, and assessors.Currently, TVET staff in Ghana lack the technical capacity to manage the TVET qualifications framework being implemented. As outlined by COTVET, the CBT development process has 10 major components: