CTVET beats GES to win Overall Best Performing Agency for the year 2022

Based on a number of Key Performance Factors (KPIs), the Commission for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (CTVET) was identified as the Ministry of Education’s Overall Best Performing Agency for the year 2022.

The National Schools Inspection Authority (NASIA) and the National Teaching Council (NTC) achieved first and second place, respectively, with identical marks, followed by the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) and the Student Loan Trust Fund.

Education Institutions

The Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDLOS), CTVET, Ghana Education Service (GES), Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences (GAAS), Ghana Library Authority, and National Council for Curriculum and Assessment are the ministries that were evaluated (NaCCA)

The remaining organisations include NASIA, the Complementary Education Agency, GTEC, NTC, the National Service Secretariat (NSS), the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND), the Ghana Book Development Council, and the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

The Ministry of Education sponsored the event, which was called “Excellence Awards for Agencies.”

Performance Measures

The award shield was given to Dr. Fred Kyei Asamoah, Director-General of the CTVET, with the following inscription: “This award is presented to the CTVET in recognition of your consistently outstanding achievement, as the best performing agency in the implementation of your roadmap in accordance with the 2022 performance agreement.”

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Each agency under the ministry signed a performance agreement with the ministry, Albert Opare, head of CTVET’s public relations, said in a statement to the Daily Graphic.

“Success is evaluated using a set of KPIs that are specific to each performance agreement. Hence, Mr. Opare said, “the scores are determined based on the agencies’ capacity to achieve the KPIs that are stated as part of the annual targets.

The Education Sector Plan (2018–2030), which includes a set of targets and reform areas for the various agencies, is connected to the targets and KPIs, he said.

Mr. Opare stated that the National Education Reform Secretariat had chosen impartial assessors to conduct the review. Hence, he continued, “your aim and KPIs should be focused on attaining the overall targets as stated in the Education Sector Strategy.

Having Success

Commenting on the honour, Dr Asamoah stated, “we feel proud to have earned this award for the second year in a row and it motivates us to work towards achieving more to keep our position or even do better than we are now doing”.

He said that the accomplishment had been made possible by the combined efforts of the commission’s management and staff, who had taken ownership of the reform aims and secured their full execution.

Dr. Asamoah stated, “As a commission, the management team has incorporated the performance agreement into our mainstream activities to ensure that the necessary attention is paid towards its implementation.

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