TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training) programmes have been in existence in most developing African countries including Ghana for decades. But their intended productive and inventive output of producing readily employable and or self-employable graduates, and serving as real economic bail out for the deteriorating economies in Africa is yet to be achieved.
Lecture by Prof. Jophus Anamuah-Mensah, Vice Chancellor, University of Education, Winneba at the 56th Annual New Year School on Thursday 30th December, 2014. Download pdf...
The word “perception” has been defined severally from different perspectives…Regrettably this phenomenon has perpetuated negatively against the arts and culture industry in Ghana for decades.