Training on Safeguards for Secondary Education Quality Improvement Project (SEQIP) has been announced by Teachers Service Group, TSC.
The Council announced that the SEQIP training program for sub-district heads of education will be held at the regional level.
The head of education in the Nyanza region has been directed by the commission to allow the sub-district head to participate in the training of security measures for the training of the Secondary Education Quality Improvement Project (SEQIP).
TSC notified all sub-counties in Nyanza region through a memo dated October 18, 2022.
TSC Nyanza Regional Director Stephen Ajanga said the program is not just a residential program and will run from October 24 to 28, 2022 at ARC Egerton University.
Education SEQIP aims to ensure the provision of quality and inclusive education as a basic right.
Besides that, Ajanja asked the sub-districts in the region so that all TSC sub-districts can participate in the program.
The SEQIP program was launched by the Government of Kenya in partnership with the World Bank (WB) to improve student learning and improve the transition from primary to secondary education in targeted areas.
The beneficiaries of the project include more than 600,000 primary students and 600,000 secondary students from 17,500 and 8,500 primary and secondary schools respectively.
The theme of the course is to promote student learning through the use of effective student-centered teaching and learning strategies.
The SEQIP program was launched on October 17-19, 2019 at CEMASTEA.
Speaking at CEMASTEA, Mr. Ezekiel Tumbo, Assistant Director of Quality Assurance and Standards, TSC, said the organization is a quality house in the continuous development of teachers.
He also noted that the Kenyan teaching profession has taken an important step by adopting these teaching standards:
2. Pedagogical content Knowledge and ability to apply KBK
3. Evaluation to study the improvement results.
4. Inclusive education practice
5. School health and safety
6. Financial Literacy Instructional Leadership