December 21, 2023

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority, NaSIA, organized an end-of-year Soirée that brought together staff and other stakeholders on Thursday 21st December, 2023 at Mensvic Hotel in East Legon, Accra.

In attendance were the Deputy Minister of Education, Hon. Rev John Ntim Fordjour (MP), the Inspector General of Schools, Dr. Haggar Hilda Ampadu, the Deputy IGSs, NaSIA’s board chair, Professor Eugene, K. M. Darteh, other board members and chief inspectors from the various regions of Ghana

Delivering their speeches, the Deputy Minister of Education, Hon. Rev. Ntim Fordjour, commended NASIA for their hard work that has made them one of the best performing agencies under the Ministry of Education.

Professor Eugene K. M. Darteh, also commended the entire leadership and staff for the existing team spiritedness that has greatly impacted the achievement of NaSIA’s mandate.

The IGS, Dr. Haggar Hilda Ampadu, acknowledged each division and department’s hard work and commitment to ensuring NaSIA achieved her mandate, encouraging them to work even harder to ensure more wins in the coming year

Professor Edward Appiah of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, (NACCA) gave a word of exhortation and enjoined the entire NaSIA workforce to reposition themselves for greater success in 2024

The National Police Band and the melodious evergreen NaSIA choir were present to treat attendees to Christmas carols and other music genres

The end-of-year Soiree was very well attended. Management and staff were hopeful and poised for a successful year, 2024


October 5, 2023

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority, organized a staff training session with the Fair Wages Commission, on the 19th of September, 2023, at the Civil Services Training Center in Accra.
The training educated employees on the salary structure for public sector workers in Ghana and also the factors taken into consideration when determining allowances and promotions within the public sector.

The inspector-General of Schools, Dr. Haggar Hilda Ampadu and the management team who were present at the training were hopeful that it will equip employees with the necessary information needed to better understand how their salaries, allowances and promotions are determined, inform and guide them on their expectations and decisions on career development and subsequently promote fairness and transparency.

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