1300 TVET Trainers Vacancies by PSC 2023
1300 TVET Trainers Vacancies by PSC 2023. In Technical and Vocational Institutes, there are 1,300 openings for trainers, according to the Public Service Commission.
The slots have been dispersed across 220 institutions in 47 counties across the nation.
A notice in the neighborhood daily said, “Applications are solicited from competent Degree, Higher National Diploma, and Diploma holders for the jobs of Vocational and Technical Trainers.”
PSC needs 588 trainers with degrees, 398 with higher diplomas, and 314 with diplomas out of the open positions.
By April 17, 2023, interested candidates must submit their applications.
The advertisement states, “Interested and qualified individuals are requested to submit their applications directly to the institutions where openings exist.
The trainers must complete ONE (1) PSC 2 (Revised 2016) application form and attach copies of their national identification card, diplomas, transcripts, and any additional letters of recommendation.
To address the shortage in the institutions, Education CS Ezekiel Machogu announced plans to hire trainers earlier this month.
According to Machogu, National Treasury has already set aside money for the campaign in the budget for the coming fiscal year 2023–2024.
During the graduation ceremony at the Kenya Coast National Polytechnic in Mombasa, TVET PS Esther Muoria read the CS’s remarks.
Machogu claimed that the government had given the development of new institutions a high priority in order to build, outfit, staff, and expand TVETs.
“I’m glad to let you know that the government will shortly hire 1,300 trainers to fill the shortage that TVET institutions are now experiencing. The National Treasury has allotted the cash in the yearly budget for 2023–2024, and job openings will be posted, according to Machogu.
On February 15, Machogu stated that there are approximately 6,201 trainers working in TVET institutions across the nation during a meeting with principals and managers of those institutions.
He claimed there is an 8,817 trainer shortage, but the government intends to hire 3,000 additional trainers to make up the shortfall.