3269 TVET promoted by PSC
3269 TVET trainers promoted by PSC. Inorder to serve in various work grades, more than 3,000 technical and vocational educational training trainers have been promoted.
CS education Twelve officers have been elevated to chief principal officers, according to Ezekiel Machogu, out of the promotions.
On Wednesday, Machogu gave a speech during a session with the Kenya Association of TTI Principals.
To the grade of Senior Principals and vocational and technical trainers in Job Group “P,” 317 officers have been promoted, according to Machogu.
He continued by saying that 1373 additional officers had been promoted to the position of principal at vocational and technical trainers.
Principal vocational and technical trainers will now be 1027 officers.
Another 309 trainers were appointed as assistant trainers, and 231 trainers were elevated to senior vocational and technical trainers, the speaker stated.
The trainers, instead of PSC, are asking to be returned to the Teachers Service Commission.
The TSC, on the other hand, is tasked with hiring four chief principals to work in teacher-training institutions.
TSC had requested applications from appropriately qualified teachers in an advertisement that the Star had seen.
According to the advertisement, qualified applicants who are interested may submit their applications online via the TSC portal.
TSC gave interested teachers till January 31 to submit their applications.
The commission declared that manual submissions submitted by applicants would not be taken into account.
According to the advertisement, “A teacher must have worked as Senior Principal at T-Scale 14 for a minimum duration of three years.”
Teachers must also have an acceptable rating from TSC via the performance contracting and appraisal processes.
Satisfy the criteria of Chapter Six of the Constitution as well as any additional requirements the Commission deems essential, the job posting stated.
Successful candidates must produce authentic Chapter 6 documentation before being appointed to hold any job, according to the commission.