Apprenticeship training should be designed to meet industry standards and changing requirements for productivity and safety at work. This is why the Council for Technical and Vocational Education Training (COTVET) has developed an effective, effective and dynamic learning programme, in collaboration with the Ghana Skills Development Initiative (GSDI). Apprenticeship will not only be limited to on-the-job training, but will also include in-class education or training, i.e. in a vocational and technical training institute, which is an excellent way of preparing the apprentice for the future. Features of the traditional apprenticeship system The training programme in Ghana includes a contract between an MCP and an apprentice, with the participation of a parent or guardian in the signing of the agreement. The idea that learning is for students with poor or non-intelligent grades should be discarded. Because for an apprentice to succeed in his apprenticeship, it takes intelligence, dedication, concentration and hard work. – Generally, oral or written agreement between MCP and apprentices/parents – Fees: Vary strongly between 50 and 700 GHC. On average, about 200 GHC – assessment and certification by Master/Madam, but also by professional associations in many sectors. The commercial test of NVTI is possible This will allow the apprentice to acquire the skills necessary to maintain the relevant business sector and limit the reappearance of the apprentices` engagement in trade on the markets or roads of Ghana. – Average duration: 3 years, variable (depending on the industry and the person) An apprentice is one who learns a trade or skill from a qualified person (Master Craftperson (MCP) for a recognized period that has been fixed in advance. Apprentices are usually new to this field and require instructions and instructions from the MCP…