Komenda College of Education held its first continuous professional development (CPD) sensitisation workshop for the teachers in the Mfantseman municipality

Komenda College of Education under the Leadership of Very. Rev Kwesi Nkum Wilson(PhD) through the Training and Development Unit of the College held a 2-day CPD sensitization workshop for the teachers in the MFANTSEMAN municipality. The programme was held at GESDI at saltpond on 3rd and 4th November, 2021.

CPD is the term used to describe the learning and training activities which professionals engage in to develop and enhance their teaching abilities. Effective CPD is fundamental to sustaining positive learning and continuous improvement of teachers and students.

The programme had close to one thousand (1O00) participants all from the MFANTSEMAN municipality with each participant paying only Gh¢65. This fee covered their workshop materials, snacks and lunchs.

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Dignitaries in attendance includes, The Principal of Komenda College of Education, Very Reverend Kwesi Nkum Wilson (PhD), The Mfantseman Municipal Director of Education and Mfantseman Regional Director of Education.

Very Rev. Kwesi Nkum Wilson(PhD) who stated the purpose of the gathering made it clear to the participants that their seriousness in whatever they will be taken through by their facilitators will surely reflect in their examinations. He then urged them not to let anything distract them from their purpose and the ultimate goal.

The Regional Director of Education applauded the participants for partaking in the workshop and admonished them to continue attending such workshops and seminars as to help improve and enhance their teaching in the classroom. He also told them, their promotions will also be based on their accumulated points

The Training and Development Unit is made up of four(4) Tutors with Mr. Joseph Amonoo Sekyi Amono being their Coordinator.

Its clearly indicates the Unit is really made up of quality, competent and qualified personnels for the task. And they really educated and elaborated all the participants as what’s expected by the National Teaching Standard, the need for licensing and how to navigate and use the Teachers Portal.

All participants took a written quiz as their assessment for the workshop.

It was really a joyous Workshop as participants where extremely happy as to how the programme effectively went. Some praised the college and the facilitators for their patience and friendliness.

Moses Coleman
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