READ MORE: Colleges of education shut down following strike by lecturers

National secretary of CETAG, Nana Ohene Gyan, said some more time will be need to complete the remaining syllabus.

"If you take two weeks we are supposed to spend now, we would have been left with 14 weeks. So from January, we should look at way of adding 14 weeks from January 8 so that at least we can have a full first semester work," Mr Gyan said.

The strike action was called off on Tuesday after leadership of CETAG met with the labour commission over their market premium and book and research allowance.

READ MORE: Trainee teachers resort to playing cards as their teachers remain on strike

The colleges of education were closed down last week after 21 days by t