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Graduates must take-up vocational skills after school-Mrs.Vida Korankye



The Chief Executive Officer of De-Vida’s decor and Training Institute, Mrs. Vida Korankye, has urged young graduates to consider vocational skills after graduating from  various second circle and Tertiary institutions.
According to Mrs. Korankye, “acquiring  formal education is something one  cannot look down upon because of how it helps develop the human mind as far as teaching and learning is funtional.” She gave credit to the current trend of Ghana’s educational system and government’s effort to making sure every Ghanaian child gets the chance to go through at least Senior High Secondary School.

Maa Vida as affectionately called, stressed on the need to taking up a vocational skill regardless of once educational status, especially, young graduates after completing SHS,Colleges of education and other Tertiary institutions. Additionally, she entreated policy makers in the educational sector to partner and formalise activities of such enterprises to help promote  Technical and vocational education and Training (TVET) in the country.

At the 10th graduation ceremony in Kumasi, Ashanti region, 10 beautiful young ladies who had acquired  hands-on training in Catering and Decoration services, Make-up and many other employable artistry works, passed out with certificates of honour after three years of comprehensive study in De-Vida’s Training Institute. Graduands were therefore, congratulated for their hard work submissiveness throughout their stay. And were also, charged to go and  start something on their own based on the  skills and knowledge gained to better their lives and that of the nation.

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