Business Courses From TVETs To Be Eliminated by the Ministry of Education Now
Business Courses from TVETs To Be Eliminated by the Ministry of Education Now. According to PS Esther Muoria, the Ministry of Education and Culture is trying to reduce the number of vocational courses offered by TVET (Vocational Technical and Education) institutions.
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Permanent Secretary said on behalf of Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu that TVET institutions are seeking changes in their curriculum.
This is done to encourage more STEM courses to be enrolled and to give graduates the tools they need to succeed in the job market. Practical guidance becomes more important than theoretical guidance.
In TVET institutions and technical colleges, Professor Machogu said there was a need to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses without reducing the dominance of business courses.
Speaking on behalf of the industry, Muoria highlighted the importance of imparting useful skills to the youth. These skills will be taught mainly in STEM courses to promote industrialization in the nation. Muoria said the development of technical courses is essential to achieve this goal.
“We want to move from theory to practice-based education in our television colleges. To develop more capable youth, according to Professor Machogu, a very good computer science professor, we need to reduce business courses and develop more STEM courses in TVET schools and colleges technical training.
“Giving our young people the skills they need is a top priority for our industry. According to Muorya, the only way to develop a nation is to improve technical education.
So far, 154 TVET institutions in the country have been equipped with the latest technology to improve students’ skills.
The institution is now expected to produce graduates with the necessary technical skills and work experience to meet the needs of the workforce and industry.
Business Courses from TVETs To Be Eliminated by the Ministry of Education Now