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December 2019 Examinations Timetables
Posted on 21 November, 2019 11:54

Find timetables for December 2019 examinations for all programmes:

Science, Engineering & Trade Test Timetables

Paralegal timetable

Local Govt timetable

Diploma - Teaching & Vocational Teaching timetable

Business, Secretarial and Hospitality Prog ...
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Posted on 10 April, 2019 9:8

Find the terms of reference for the employer-based training financing on this link.

Access TEVETA student results Online
YouTube Content
Posted on 21 February, 2019 16:15

Instructions on how to access results online via LDMS. This video demonstrates how students can access their results online using the Learner Data Management System

TEVETA Documentaries
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Posted on 4 October, 2018 14:51

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Find and subscribe to our channel on YouTube and enjoy our video uploads. The above documentaries where made in 2012 and highlight some of the functions of TEVETA and its role in industry.
Financing Green skills: developing skills whilst creating environmental protection buffer zones
Posted on 27 April, 2018 14:46

By Clive Mutame Siachiyako – [BMC, MSc]
Green skills are valuable in meeting sustainable development goals (SDGs). Green skills enable citizens to come up with products and services that are eco-friendly. Part of the Skills Development Fund is invested towards the development of various green skills in TEVET institutions. Among the institutions that were funded in green skills included St. Mawagali (formerly Choma Trades Training Institute), Mwekera Forest College, Samfya, Chisangwa and Mufumbwe Youth Resource Centres. St. Mawagali was funded in renewable energy.

The trainer in renewable energy, Ebenezar Lyambai said renewable knowledge and skills were valuable ...
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Helpdesk information
Posted on 10 November, 2017 15:0

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Technical education and vocational training (TEVT) plays a key role in any country’s economic growth. Graduates from this sector are the basic economic drivers in that they provide the required basic skills in all sectors of the economy, and these skills must be relevant and be able to meet the local labour market demands. Full employability of skills by industry requires that training programmes should match with skills or competence demands and this has a basis on the type of curriculum used in training personnel.
For some time now, there has been an outcry from industry that curriculum was not meeting the requirements of industry and TEVETA, through its Curriculu ...
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What Is Accreditation?
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Posted on 10 November, 2017 14:57

What Is Accreditation ?
A Quality Assurance process under which services and operations of an educational institutions or program are evaluated by an external body to determine if set standards are being met.


The TEVET (amendment) Act No. 11 of 2005 provides for accreditation and registration of Assessors, Examiners and Trainers
An Assessor is a person accredited by TEVETA to carry out assessment of trainee performance against standards
An Examiner is a person accredited by TEVETA to prepare or administer local or foreign examinations accredited by TEVETA
A Trainer is a person accredited by TEVETA to carry out training against standards of ...
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Infrastructure development inclusivity valuable in individual, national achievement
Posted on 9 November, 2017 17:7

African Development Bank (ADB) Resident Representative, Damoni Kitabire said inclusiveness in infrastructure development is vital in achieving individual, national, and global benefits expected from increased employment, particularly for the youth. And former Minister of General Education Dr. John Phiri said meeting sustainable development goals (SDGs) could be largely achieved by skills development being on the fore to help stakeholders work together in mapping SDGs targets and apt skills to achieve them. In a key note speech towards the 2016 World Youth Skills Day Commemoration themed “Skills for Inclusive Sustainable Development,” Mr. Kitabire added that ADB rec ...
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