The Ghana Education Service (GES) has received massive backlash from teachers who attended a workshop it organised at the University of Ghana.

The teachers, numbering over 200 from Greater Accra, Oti and Volta Region accused officials of poor planning.

GES in a letter dated January 6, 2020, invited Form 3 Core Subject teachers to a four-day to undergo in-service training on how to adequately equip students ahead of the 2020 West African Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The letter also stated that the teachers would get the opportunity to interact with some experienced educationists and examiners so as to improve teaching and learning.

But according to the angry teachers who were left stranded for hours before the training commenced, GES could have done better in catering for their welfare needs especially, feeding.

Some of them also alleged the teachers selected to attend the training were not given ample time to properly prepare for the workshop.