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Who We Are

The Commission for Technical and Vocational Education and Training was established by the Education Regulatory Bodies Act (ERBA) 1023 of 2020.

Mandate

To regulate, promote and administer technical and vocational education and training for transformation and innovation for sustainable development.

Vision

The vision of the Commission is to be a world-class leader in coordinating skills development.

Mandate

To regulate, promote and administer technical and vocational education and training for transformation and innovation for sustainable development.

Mission

The mission is to coordinate and oversee a TVET system that produces a globally competitive workforce through quality-oriented and demand-driven learning for national development.

Functions The Education Regulatory Bodies Act (ERBA) 1023 of 2020, stipulates the functions of the Commission as follows:

  • Formulate national policies for skills development across the broad spectrum of pre-tertiary and tertiary education, formal, informal and alternative education
  • Co-ordinate, harmonise and supervise the activities of technical and vocational education and training institutions to meet the requirements of both the formal and informal sectors
  • Develop and implement a national assessment and certification system in the technical and vocational education and training
  • Take measures to ensure quality, equitable and inclusive access in the provision of technical and vocational education and training
  • Develop and maintain a national database on the technical and vocational education and training sector
  • Facilitate research and development in the technical and vocational education and training system
  • Source for funds to support technical and vocational education and training activities
  • Facilitate collaboration between training institutions and industry to promote:
    • Industry-led and demand-driven curriculum development and placement
    • Workplace Experience Learning
    • Recognition of Prior Learning
  • Promote co-operation with international agencies and development partners
  • Issue reports on the state of skills development in the country
  • Advise the Minister on all matters relating to the management and improvement of the technical and vocational education and training system
  • Co-ordinate and promote industry-led occupational standards generation for demand-driven curriculum development and delivery
  • Accredit programmes, institutions, centres, facilitators, assessors and verifiers at the formal, informal, non-formal, technical and vocational education and training institutions to ensure quality delivery
  • Collaborate with tertiary institutions and relevant agencies to implement competency-based training programmes on the National Technical and Vocational Education and Training Qualifications Framework
  • Perform any other functions that are ancillary to the objects of the Commission.
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