The Commission for TVET says that from February 13, 2024, the Certificate II and Technical examinations registration portal will be opened to enable prospective students to sit for this year’s May/June examination register.
In a statement shared with Thisterm.com, the Commission said the Certificate II and Technical examinations registration portal to be opened on February 13, 2024, will be closed at midnight on Friday, 29th March 2024.
Candidates, the Technical and Vocational Education and Training in a letter to heads of institutions said should be allowed to check the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the software is exported for processing.
“CTVET will not accept responsibility for any wrong spelling and arrangement of candidates. Heads of Institutions should ensure that all candidates are duly registered on the software,” the statement dated February 9, 2024, stated.
With no acceptance of manual registration, the Commission said all TVET Institution heads are to ensure that the Continuous Assessment marks of 30% are compiled and entered into the software for Certificate II candidates only.
It also said the heads are to check and ensure that every candidate is registered for the right programme before the system goes off. Ensure that DBS candidates writing for the first time have the following entry qualifications:
i. Five (5) GCE ‘O’ Level credit passes including English and Mathematics.
ii. RSA or Ghana Commercial Examinations Stage II with passes in Four (4) subjects including English and Mathematics.
iii. SSS/SSSCE/WASSCE with Four (4) passes including English and Mathematics.
“Fees for the 2024 May/June Certificate II Examinations (Core & Elective subjects) and other Technical Examinations should be paid directly to CTVET. (Refer to the fee schedule on the registration portal)
The number of candidates to be registered for a programme should not be less than five (5). Please be mindful of this Clause and comply. The size of the picture should be 3cm x 3cm with a white background
Technical Drawing is compulsory for all third-year candidates except those pursuing the following programmes; Hospitality and Catering Management, Cosmetology, Fashion Designing Technology, Printing and General Textiles,” CTVET said.