MP Asks Teachers to Pursue Professional Courses to Remain Current
MP Asks Teachers to Pursue Professional Courses to Remain Current. Daniel Nanok, a member of parliament for Turkana West, has urged local teachers to enroll in professional training programs in order to stay current.
Only the strongest will survive in the future, according to Nanok, who noted that the globe has become more competitive.
Speaking at the Turkana Chapter of the Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) in Kisumu, the Mp noted that teachers have to be ready to take on new challenges through professional endeavors.
Turkana West MP Nanok, in the KESSHA meeting encouraged teachers to enroll in professional courses related to education. This retooling is purposed to sharpen the teachers more and keep them relevant.
He claimed that today’s promotions depend on a person’s professional certifications. This ranges from TPAD and other co-curricular trainings attended with the teachers. Therefore other courses also will boost the interview marks for a teacher.
The panel won’t advise you to enroll in the course, but rather inquire about it when you arrive for your interviews, the man stated. Since many will argue otherwise from the proposed remarks from Turkana West Mp.
Teachers should set an example for the community, according to Nanok, who also counseled them to refrain from idle chatter and office gossip.
Nanok advised the people of Turkana West and the entire county to invest in the education of their children, adding that it is the key to their chances for the future.
He asserted that educators in the area had to mentor the next generation. Since they are the readily and always available role model to learners.
According to Nanok, educators should focus on their noble profession rather than politics.
The MP advised school administrators to exercise tough leadership while carrying out their responsibilities.