According to GES, the issuance of Assurance letters will commence from Monday, 20th May, 2024, and end on Wednesday, 19th June, 2024.

This latest education news reveals that the processing of Inter-Regional reposting applications at the Headquarters is set to begin on Monday, 1st July, 2024, with implementation slated for the commencement of the next academic year in September 2024.

Completed applications are to be forwarded to the GES Headquarters by the various Regional Education Directorates no later than Wednesday, 31st July, 2024.

It is crucial to note that documents received after the specified deadline will not be entertained.

Furthermore, staff seeking reposting can only be released after the Director-General has approved and issued a reposting letter to the applicant.

PROCEDURE FOR INTER-DISTRICT REPOSTING FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2024/2025

1. An applicant requests an Assurance of Vacancy from a preferred Metro/Municipal/District within the Region.

2. Upon obtaining the assurance letter, the applicant applies for release from their current Metro/Municipal/District by submitting all required documents (e.g., current payslip, assurance letter, certificates, bank clearance, etc.).

3. The Metro/Municipal/District Director then recommends the applicant’s release to the Regional Director.

4. The Metro/Municipal/District Director forwards the applicant’s documents to the Regional Education Office for final approval by the Regional Director.

5. Once final approval is granted, the current Metro/Municipal/District Director and Head of Basic/SHS are notified accordingly.

PROCESS OF INTRA DISTRICT REPOSTING FOR 2024/2025 ACADEMIC YEAR

1. An Applicant writes to the Metro/Municipal/District Director and attaches his/her current payslip, personal records form, certificates, bank clearance, etc. indicating his/her willingness to move from his/her current school to another school within the Metro/Municipal/District.

2. The Metro/Municipal/District Director gives the final approval when the applicant meets all the requirements.

 

 

Credit to Ghana Education News