Ghana Air Forces Recruitment Requirements 2021

Ghana Air Forces Recruitment Requirements

Here are the requirements you must satisfy to get recruited in the Ghanaian Army. Aside the General Ghana Armed Forces Recruitments Requirements, applicants are expected to meet specific requirements to get admitted to Ghana army, Ghana air forces or the Ghana Navy.

Ghana Air Forces Recruitment Requirements

Administration Branch.

(1)        Air Force Police.        In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE including English and Mathematics.

(2)        General Duties Clerk. In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have any of the following:

(a)        6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE including English and Mathematics;

(b)        RSA Stage III in secretarial duties and credit in typing.

(c)        Typist Grade I and II Certificate from Government Secretarial School.

(d)       Stenographer Grade II Certificate.

(e)        DBS (Secretarial Option).

(3)        General Duties.          In addition to General Eligibility applicants must have 6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE including English and Mathematics.

(4)        Hospitality & Catering Management.   In addition to General Eligibility applicants must have any of the following:

(a) 6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE (Home Economics Option) including English and Mathematics.

(b) GES Intermediate Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Management.

(c) GES or COTVET Certificate II in Hospitality and Catering Management.

b. Supply Branch.

(1)        Storeman/Supplier.   In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have any of the following:

(a)        6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE (Business Option) including English and Mathematics.

(b)        City and Guilds or GES certificate in storekeeping/purchasing and supply.

(2)        Cobblers/ Leather Works & Tailor. In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have:

(a)        GES Intermediate Certificate in any of the above.

(b)        GES or COTVET Certificate II in any of the above

c. Engineering Branch.

(1)        Airframe, Engines, Radio, Electronic, Instruments, Photo and Armament Trades.             In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have any of the following:

(a)        6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE (Science or Technical Option) including English and Mathematics

(b)        City and Guilds Part I /II or GES Intermediate/Final Certificate in Mechanical Engineering Plant/Automotive Engineering/Electrical Technician/Electrical Installation/ Electronic Technician.

(2)        Plumbers/Masons/Welders/Machinist/Carpenters/Refrigeration. In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have GES or City and Guilds Intermediate Certificate in the related field.

(3)        Safety and Surface.   In addition to the General Eligibility all applicants must have 6 credits at WASSCE including English, Mathematics and credit in Graphics and Design or Fine Art.

(4)       Vehicle Mechanic.  In addition to the General Eligibility all applicants must have City and Guilds Intermediate or GES Technical Examination Unit Certificate in Auto Mechanics/Auto Electrician plus a Professional Driver’s Licence of minimum class C.

d. Air Branch.

(1) Air Traffic Controller/Operations Clerks. In addition to General Eligibility applicants must have 6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE including English, Mathematics and Integrated Science.

(2)        Aero Firemen.           In addition to the General Eligibility applicants must have 6 credits (not less than C6) at WASSCE, including Mathematics and English plus a driving licence class D.

About The Ghana Armed Forces

The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) was formed in 1957 after Ghana’s independence. The Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) consists of the Ghana Army , Ghana Navy , and Ghana Air Force. Ministry of Defence headed by the Chief of Defence Staff heads and supervises the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF).

The President of Ghana doubles as the Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces is the and the supreme military commander of the President’s Own Guard Regiment (POGR) and of the Border Guard Unit (BGU).

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