With increasing demand for a highly skilled workforce and the movement towards an knowledge economy, recognition of non-formal and informal learning has become important tools as governments adapt to these demands. This is linked to the ‘lifelong learning for all’ agenda of the ICDE, that is reshaping how we learn to better match the needs of the 21st century knowledge economies and open societies.
The literacy programmes are run to broaden and enhance individual’s command of literacy skills, by providing them with a range of different contexts in which to use, and practice, these skills. To enhance the learning of the subject itself and the attitudes of individuals towards that learning. It is also aim at preparing the individual to be ‘a critical thinker’.
Mature Entrance Exams
The institute also for organises for mature persons who want to write the entrance examination for admission to the University of Ghana degree and diploma programmes.