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GNACOPS announces recruitment of master trainers for CCP

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The Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) says recruitment is ongoing for qualified and experienced teachers to undergo training to become master trainers who will train Private School teachers on the Common Core Programme being introduced by NaCCA.

Qualifications
Preferred applicants should;
✓ be experienced teachers and effective communicators 
✓ be staff or teachers within the Private School Sector
✓ have a minimum of Diploma in Education with at least 7 years of teaching experience or
Degree /PGDip/MA in Education with 3 years or more teaching experience.

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Qualified and interested applicants should kindly submit their application through the link here forms.gle/hc8kGoNEZUd9hK8B9

According to the Council, submission of the application to become a master trainer ends on Wednesday 18th November 2020.

Source: Georgeweb.org

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