SLTF Confirms No Outstanding Payments for Teacher Trainees | DETAILS HERE|

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It is recommended that the Trainees' Association (TTAG) engage with allowance officers to address this issue promptly
It is recommended that the Trainees' Association (TTAG) engage with allowance officers to address this issue promptly
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The Student Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has refuted claims made by some teacher trainees who alleged that the organisation still owes them two additional months for the 2022/2023 academic year.

However, Our checks show that these claims are unfounded as the SLTF is not in debt to any teacher trainee for the aforementioned academic period aside those having issues with their particulars.

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The confusion may have arisen from the shortened duration of the 2022/2023 academic year, which lasted only six months instead of the usual eight.

Consequently, the last arrears for the 2022/2023 academic year for teacher trainees were disbursed on January 16th, 2024, covering the full period of their studies.

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Following the resumption of the colleges of education academic calendar to its normal state now (2023/2024 academic year), it is expected that teacher trainees will now receive their customary eight-month allowances within each academic year.

SEE ALSO: Approved 2023/2024 Academic Calendar For Public Colleges Of Education

However, it is important for trainees to note that the actual amount that will be disbursed to their E-zwich cards will remain at GH¢ 149.70 per month, as per the revised disbursement policy.

READ MORE: Students Loan Trust Fund Releases Breakdown of What Teacher Trainees Should Expect

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