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After promoting 3,000 trainers, the government will hire 1,300.

After promoting 3,000 trainers, the government will hire 1,300.

As a result of the sector’s shortage, plans to hire TVET trainers are already well under way, according to Ezekiel Machogu, the education cabinet secretary.

The government announced plans to hire 1,300 TVET trainers after more than 3,000 people were promoted in a speech delivered by Esther Muhoria, Senior Secretary for TVETs.

During the fourth graduation ceremony of the Kenya Coast National Polytechnic (KCNP) in Mombasa, the PS presented the intentions.

The National Treasury has allotted the necessary cash in the yearly budget for 2023–2024, and positions will be advertised. The Public Service Commission has promoted 3,269 TVET instructors, which I am happy to mention, Muhoria continued.

The action, according to the CS, attempts to solve the severe staff shortages in TVET colleges around the nation.

The CS also called for increased cooperation and requested that TVET training be reorganized into competence-based skilling from the Kenya Association of Technical Training Institutions.

He urged TVETs to create demand-driven programs, benchmark, work with other top institutions, and form partnerships in order to create internationally renowned programs that are applicable to the competitive job market.

Due to these collaborations, TVET students who graduate with dual credentials will have an advantage over rivals in the job market.

The CS pointed out that the government is deliberately growing the TVET industry in order to generate employment opportunities and satisfy the rising demand for skilled labor.

About a month prior, he declared his intention to hire 3,000 TVET trainers. This occurred on February 15, 2023, during a meeting with principals and managers of TVETs.

At the time, CS Machogu observed that TVETs were suffering from an 8,817 trainer shortage.

“There are currently 6,201 trainers working at TVET colleges, which indicates an 8,817 trainer shortage. Because of this, we are unable to provide the suggested trainer-to-trainee ratios for business courses, which is 1:30, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) courses, which is 1:10, the CS noted.

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