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The assistant commissioner for policy, in the Education ministry, Mr Brighton Barugahare, said they would come up with programmes that equip the students with skills needed in the labour markets. He said some courses whose skills are no longer required by employers will be phased out. The programmes we are going to develop are going to be demand driven. Employers are going to have a say on the skills they need and we shall teach students according to the demand by the employers," Mr Barugahare said.
Mr Barugahare said the process is underway and once they identify the courses that are not required, the list will be shared with all the TVET institutions across the country. Only trainers certified by the TVET council will be allowed to teach and this is going to be mandatory," Mr Barugahare said. He added: "The trainer to be recruited in TVET institutions must be assessed thoroughly to determine their competence to offer training by considering possession of practical competences, attitude and theoretical knowledge in line with the approved competences profiles.
He said whereas the current process only calls for recruitment of student with O-level certificates into TVET, recruitment will now be based on both certificates and experience, a person has acquired at work. We are now going to pick them up, train them based on their experience and give them certificates,'" Mr Kakooza said.
The Commissioner TVET, Dr Safina Kisu Musene, said they have completed all the consultations with the key stakeholders towards the development of this policy and the principals will be tabled before Cabinet and if approved, it will be taken to Parliament to become a Bill.