TTAG Launches Free Health Screening for Trainees In Public Colleges of Education

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With a strong commitment to the welfare of Teacher Trainees in Ghana, TTAG seeks the cooperation and support of all stakeholders to ensure the success of this vital health screening and education program.
With a strong commitment to the welfare of Teacher Trainees in Ghana, TTAG seeks the cooperation and support of all stakeholders to ensure the success of this vital health screening and education program.
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The Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) has announced the commencement of a free health screening initiative across all 46 public colleges of Education in the country.

In collaboration with the Renef Foundation, TTAG aims to provide health screenings and education to teacher trainees and staff members nationwide.

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In a statement released on March 7, 2024, TTAG disclosed that the programme will kick off at Tamale College of Education, Tamale.

The association emphasized that the initiative is part of their commitment to supporting the well-being of teacher trainees and staff in all public Colleges of Education.

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They, therefore, called for the cooperation and assistance of all stakeholders to ensure the smooth implementation of the health screening programme across the Colleges.

Teacher trainees and members of the college communities are encouraged to participate in this important initiative to promote health and well-being within the colleges.

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“Kindly note that you will be informed accordingly on the specific date the program will be held in your respective Colleges”, the release stated.

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