The 25th Annual Delegates’ Congress of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) – Volta Sector has successfully kicked off with deliberations on the agenda for the Congress. About fifty delegates, ex-officials, and observers reported on Saturday, 14th November 2020 at the Congress grounds.
This years’ Congress is being held at Akatsi College of Education. Delegates are expected to spend close to 4–days deliberating on issues about the welfare of trainee teachers across the Volta Sector before climaxing it with a durbar on Tuesday, 17th November 2020, and elections of new Sector Executives on the same date.
The Congress will be under the chairmanship of the Volta Sector President, Mr. Michael Kpeglah. The agenda for this years’ Congress includes reading of situational reports by SRC Presidents, sector projects, B.Ed. programme; prospects and challenges and 3 Semester top-up.
The theme for this year’s Congress is–TTAG at 25: marching and building on the legacy in promoting high academic, professional, and moral standards among teacher trainees.
TTAG–Volta Sector comprises of seven Colleges; St. Teresa’s College of Education, Jasikan College of Education, Dambai College of Education, Akatsi College of Education, St. Francis of Education, E. P College of Education – Amedzofe and Peki College of Education.
In an interaction with the News Desk of the Colleges of Education Weekly Journal, the TTAG Volta Sector President, Mr. Michael Kpeglah stated that “he expects that at the end of the Congress we would have elected new crop of leaders successfully for our sector and deliberate on pertinent issues relating to the welfare of trainee teachers”.
“We are also looking forward to having a successful TTAG Volta Excellence Awards. Let us all continue to work for the progress of the association. I entreat all trainees in the Golden Sector to rally their maximum support behind the next administration to make our beloved association a great one better than how we came to meet it” Mr. Kpeglah added.
Delegates from the Volta Sector are expected to depart Akatsi College of Education on Wednesday, 18th November 2020 to Dormaa Akwamu for the 25th National Congress at St. Ambrose College of Education.
Source: News Desk, Colleges of Education Weekly Journal