Federal government is expanding amenities for complex and vocational training and education (TVET) to improve enrolment across the place.
The Member of Parliament for Kumawu Constituency in the Ashanti Area, Philip Basoah, says the government is investing GHC3.1 million cedis to boost TVET in the spot.
He urges constituents to get advantage of government’s intervention to get employable skills.
According to the MP for Kumawu, the government is committed to education and equipping the youth with employable expertise, particularly individuals who could not make it to the tertiary degree.
Philip Basoah distributed coaching devices to master-artisans in the Constituency to source them.
He claims lots of youth are ready to purchase employable capabilities but are challenged in affording the price of getting equipment.
Mr. Basoah encouraged moms and dads to acquire fascination in schooling the youngsters for a much better Ghana.
He pledged to lover with the Countrywide Board for Modest Scale Industries (NSSI) and the Youth Work Agency (YEA) to help TVET graduates in the constituency establish their corporations.
Some of the beneficiaries who spoke to JoyNews expressed exhilaration.
“Today I have a stitching device through the energy of Philip Basoah. I have been idling in the household for a very extensive time. I am pretty grateful,” just one of the beneficiaries, Yaa Boatemaa reported.
Seamstresses who gained the stitching machines pledged to teach additional folks in the place.
“I am a seamtress so I acquired a sewing machine. I will use it to teach my apprentices.”