GES holds a 3-Day Scheme of Service document review and validation workshop

Management of GES with support from PwC Ghana has held a Scheme of Service document review and validation workshop from Thursday 15th to Saturday 17th February 2024.

The Scheme of Service will serve as a structured framework defining the various job roles, responsibilities, career progression (or criteria for career advancement), skills and competencies for each role and staff categories within the Service.

The Scheme of Service will also help align the workforce with the new organisational structure, ensuring a smooth transition and strategic alignment with the GES’s goals.

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As part of the workshop, the team reviewed the GES Competency framework, a framework that provides a systematic approach to defining, assessing, and managing the skills, behaviours, and knowledge required for optimal job performance within the Service. It will also ensure that the Service is aligned to the redesigned workforce and reflect the core competencies required for effective performance within GES.

The GES Scheme of Service document review and validation workshop was attended by GES Management, staff from headquarters, Regional and District Directors, as well as representatives from Conference of Heads of Basic School (CHOBS), Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS), Conference of Directors of Education (CODE), and Conference of Managers of Educational Units (COMEU), among others.

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