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GSDI and CoLTEK launch cooperation in festive ceremony
The Ghana Skills Development Initiative and the College of Technology Education (CoLTEK) of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), situated on the Kumasi campus, officially launched their cooperation on April 4th, 2019 in a festive ceremony which included the presentation and signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and the establishment of a joint working group. The working group will focus on the development of teaching material and

GSDI supports Ghana’s maiden National Skills Competition
With the support of the Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI), Ghana’s first National Skills Competitions have been officially opened at the Ghana International Trade Fair Centre on 6th November, 2018. The 71 participants of the National Skills Competition have successfully demonstrated their skills at the Zonal Skills Competition between 18th-21st September, 2018. They are enrolled in different TVET training providers across the country and

GSDI Launches its Activities in the Eastern Region
The Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI) has held an official launching event in Koforidua to commence project activities in the Eastern Region as part of the project’s bid to extend to other regions of Ghana. GSDI seeks to improve the quality of the traditional apprenticeship system to enhance skills and qualification.

Implementation of Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI) III at TVET School “2nd Image International”
A delegation of high-ranking officials from the European Union, led by the Acting Head of the EU Delegation in Ghana, Mr Paolo Salvia, have visited 2nd Image International, a private cosmetology and garment training school supported under the Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI) III project.

German Embassy Donates to Re-Opened Garment Department at ATTC
The European Union and Germany have demonstrated their support to TVET at the Accra Technical Training Centre (ATTC) by collaborating with the Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI) to organize a one-day programme to increase interest in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) especially among Junior High School (JHS) pupils. The German Embassy also donated twenty sets of furniture to equip the newly-revived garment department