The students passed out after six-month training courses in cake decoration, sugar craft, flower and balloon, entrepreneurship, English, ICT and Mathematics.
The ceremony had the theme, “Making Ghana great through technical and vocational education.”
Prof. Kolawole Raheem, Head of the Centre for School and Community Science and Technology Studies of the University of Education, Winneba, who was the guest speaker, challenged all stakeholders to support in enhancing Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the country.
He urged the TVET institutions to focus more on practical hands-on training to effectively equip students with the requisite skills for the job market.
In her welcome address, Mrs. Beatrice Anamuah-Mensah, Principal of the school described TVET as key to youth development, job creation and economic growth.
She believed that promoting TVET for wealth creation would have a positive impact on the youth and enable them to meet the socio-economic challenges.
From Daniel Amoo, Ankaful