TSC Teacher Promotion Interviews (Week 2)
TSC Teacher Promotion Interviews (Week 2). The second week of promotion interviews for teachers seeking administration jobs in primary and secondary schools has begun.
Deputy headteachers from job group C4 compete for the role of headteacher in primary schools.
Some Asal and difficult-to-staff area headteachers who are in job group C4 wish to be confirmed and moved to job group C5.
So many seniors, deputy principals, and head teachers from primary and secondary schools were spoken with last week.
In some counties, the interviews began as early as March 20. The TSC County Directors presided over the interview panels.
The Ministry of Education and TSC’s Deputy County Directors, as well as Sub County Directors, also took part in the interviews with the teachers.
The Curriculum Support Officers (CSOs) from every zone in the County were also present for questioning.
Seven documents were to be made available by the candidates during the interviews. which are;
- Original National Identification Card
2. Original diplomas from schools and organizations.
3. Appointment letter to the grade in effect
4. Appointment letter to the current position (where applicable)
5. Individual subject results in the last three years’ KCPE/KCSE Examinations that were examined and certified by the TSC County Director/Sub County Director
6. Reports on performance evaluations for 2020, 2021, and 2022
7. Additional relevant testimonials that support your work, if any
Unfortunately, it turned out that some counties required instructors to present appointment confirmation letters for their current grades, which many lacked.
They were instructed to go to the offices of their subcounty directors to obtain the letters. The panels verified the teachers’ work group using the most recent paystubs.
The panels’ inquiries covered a wide range of topics, including existing and emerging challenges as well as the day-to-day administration of the institution.
TSC is in suggestion of introducing automatic teacher advancement in terms of promotions, a matter still under discussion.