Resumption of face to face learning in TVETs

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Following the 15th presidential address on Corona Virus pandemic delivered on Friday 26th March 2021, physical learning in all technical and vocational education and training institutions (TVETS), colleges and all tertiary institutions including universities were suspended until further notice. Exceptions on that time were made for candidates in various medical colleges and candidate trainees who were to undertake their national examination.

The state department of vocational and technical training ministry of education office of the principal secretary engaged all technical and vocational education and training institutions (TVETS) stakeholders through a virtual meeting held on 29th march 2021 and a policy direction was reached to revert to online training as to observe the ministry of health guidelines regarding the 3rd wave of corona virus in Kenya

Resumption of face to face learning in TVETs and colleges may 2021

The president of Kenya on 1st may 2021 during the Labor Day address announced lifting some containment measures including allowing schools and learning institutions to reopen.

Therefore, the state department of vocational and technical training, ministry of education office of the principal secretary through a letter directed all the TVETs and learning institutions to follow the guidelines listed below

  • Ensure sufficient Covid-19 health protocols are in place and complied with
  • Resume face to face training effective from 10th may 2021
  • Continue with online training for non-hands on training so as to comply with social distancing requirements and reduce risk of Covid-19 infections
  • Give prominence to practical training disciplines in this phase of face to face instructions
  • Implement the revised calendar for TVET institution

The state department of vocational and technical training ministry of education office of the principal secretary concluded by stating that the department will continue to make spot checks on institutions compliance to COVID-19 protocols and any failure will lead to suspension of operations in a particular institution including action on the management

All trainees in all TVET institution are expected to be communicated to promptly regarding this using various memos and circulars published on the respective institutions websites. Most TVET institutions have already released memos and circulars regarding this advising their trainees to resume to schools as early as 10th may to begin their face to face learning.

You are also reminded to keep observing all protocols as stipulated by the ministry of health to help curb the spread of the corona Virus.

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