Latest Update about TVET Institutions
Latest Update about TVET Institutions. The transfer of principals across all Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions in the nation has been postponed by the Ministry of Education as a result of interventions from college administrations and other education stakeholders.
Despite obtaining a letter of deployment to lead a different institution, the principle of one of the institutions confirmed that he is still at his post.Prior to this, the State Department of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) had distributed letters of deployment to the principals of the top national polytechnics and county/sub-county level Technical Vocational Colleges (TVC).
Deployment letters have already been given to the principals of the top national polytechnics and county/sub-county level Technical Vocational Colleges (TVC) by the State Department of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
According to earlier reports, Michael Musuya, who is said to have retired from service, was to be replaced at Friends College Kaimosi by Catherine Kelonye, who was to be transferred from Kabete National Polytechnic Principal Okumu Odhiambo to Kisumu National Polytechnic.
At Kabete National Polytechnic, Patrick Muchemi, who had been in charge of Mukurweni TTI in Nyeri County, was supposed to succeed Okumu.
There were rumors that Muchemi will be replaced by a vice principal at Kipkabus TTI.
Charles Koech, the principal of Eldoret National Polytechnic, was to be transferred to Bungoma County’s Sang’alo Institute of Science and Technology to take the place of Dr. Rosebella Chukwu, who would assume leadership at his previous position there.
The moves came as a complete surprise because the Ministry’s Directorate of Technical and Vocational Education usually holds such exercises over the summer.