Teveta Zambia

The Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training Authority (TEVETA) is an institution created under the Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training Act (No.13 of 1998)

The Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training Authority (TEVETA) is an institution created under the Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training Act (No. 13 of 1998), read together with the Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training (Amendment) Act No. 11 of 2005. Its general function is to regulate, coordinate and monitor technical educatio

Operating as usual

21/07/2021

REGISTRATION EXTENSION

We have extended until further notice the period for registration and payment of examination fees for the rescheduled July/August 2021 examination. We will confirm the dates the rescheduled examinations will run when colleges reopen.

REGISTRATION EXTENSION

We have extended until further notice the period for registration and payment of examination fees for the rescheduled July/August 2021 examination. We will confirm the dates the rescheduled examinations will run when colleges reopen.

[07/14/21]   JULY/AUGUST 2021 EXAMINATIONS

We are revising the 2021 examination calendar in view of the closure of colleges by the Ministry of Higher Education due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

We are rescheduling the July/August Examination Session to conform to the new academic calendar. These examinations are tentatively scheduled for September/October 2021. The actual dates for the examinations will be confirmed through the colleges in due course.

The November/December Examinations Session maybe rescheduled as well to regain lost learning in line with the syllabus. The rescheduling of the November/December Examinations will depend on the academic calendar disruption by the closure. The dates for examinations for the two sessions (July/August and November/December) will be confirmed when colleges reopen.

23/06/2021

RPL Assessments for MSMEs

John Sikalumbi during Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) assessments in Chingola. Mr. Sikalumbi believes "skills help citizens have a base when it comes to empowerment programmes Government and cooperating partners undertake. They will have a viable base to plant the empowerment seed."

TEVETA is undertaking RPL assessments for MSMEs in Solwezi, Chingola, Kitwe, Ndola and Lusaka. The assessments are financed by the International Labour Organisation in Lusaka

#InternationalLabourOrganization #RPL #MSMEs #InformalSector #InformalApprenticeships #SkillsAcquisition

22/06/2021

Nullification of results

N on the statement of results on the LDMS means your results have been nullified. Secondly, if your there is NP or nothing is showing when you log into the LDMS, it means you have been deregistered for those subjects you sat and a formal communication has been sent to your institution on the way forward. Please contact your Heads of Department as soon as you can for guidance and reasons why that has been done.

A summary of examination malpractices and penalties are provided in the attachment below

Nullification of results

N on the statement of results on the LDMS means your results have been nullified. Secondly, if your there is NP or nothing is showing when you log into the LDMS, it means you have been deregistered for those subjects you sat and a formal communication has been sent to your institution on the way forward. Please contact your Heads of Department as soon as you can for guidance and reasons why that has been done.

A summary of examination malpractices and penalties are provided in the attachment below

22/06/2021

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ACCESSING RESULTS

You can access your April/May 2021 results on the LDMS via teveta.org.zm/ldms/#/

To access your results, you enter your exam number and password.

The video below demonstrates how you can access them

N, on the portal means results have been nullified. We have sent letters to training institutions on why results were nullified for each affected student. You will collect your letter from your department.

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Photos from Teveta Zambia's post 07/06/2021

CLOSING skills gaps in water, sanitation sector
GIZ Zambia Water and Energy Cluster

02/06/2021

Collaborative efforts to develop green skills to enhance the attainment of sustainable development goals and energy mix targets for productivity

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=172744154794524&id=104579438277663

Reducing costs of capital and supporting skills development for better access to solar energy!⚡️☀️🔧

Decreasing the cost of capital for both companies and customers, helps to stipulate investments and can make the solar energy sector more accessible and efficient. 📈 Understanding why and how these costs arise is crucial for solar companies but also for customers to calculate realistic budgets and plan investments.

Last week, our 🇩🇪 Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) funded Green People's Energy (GPE) project 🇿🇲 Zambia discussed the costs and drivers for solar projects in Zambia in a webinar hosted by SolarPower Europe and GET.invest. The webinar on ‘Reducing cost of capital for solar projects in Africa’ was a great way to raise awareness 📣 to the importance of capital costs for the development of solar energy markets and making decentralized renewable energy more accessible.

For GPE, the private solar sector is a major partner, manifested through its ongoing collaboration with the Solar Industry Association of Zambia (SIAZ). In partnership with SIAZ, Teveta Zambia and the Ministry of Higher Education-Zambia, GPE is supporting the development of solar professionals 🔧⚡️☀️ made in Zambia – to ensure, increasing investments in solar energy are backed by skilled professionals!

#renewableenergy #solarenergy #energy4all #SDG2030 #Skills4Life

28/05/2021

SECOND documentary airing

Skills empowerment documentary for enhanced economic participation and productivity in the country.

Spare time to watch

https://www.facebook.com/273812309715103/posts/1258609444568713/

Tune in at 19:30hrs for a 2nd documentary brought to you by TEVETA, on MSME/informal sector training under the TEVET Fund

The documentary highlights how MSMEs/informal sector players are utilising their hands-on and entrepreneurial skills to improve their productivity, sustain their enterprises and create jobs/wealth across the country. The documentary covers MSMEs/informal sector players across the 10 provinces.

Please spare time to watch. Channel 271 DStv | GOtv 99 | TopStar 110 | Mingletainment App | StarTimes App

24/05/2021

TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY, DELIVERY, INSTALLATION, COMMISSIONING AND MAITENANCE OF CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) AND ACCESS DOOR CONTROL SECURITY SYSTEM AT TEVETA.

TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY, DELIVERY, INSTALLATION, COMMISSIONING AND MAITENANCE OF CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) AND ACCESS DOOR CONTROL SECURITY SYSTEM AT TEVETA.

[05/21/21]   Missing/wrong CA (Continous Assessment) on the LDMS?

A number of students have complained about their CA not showing on the Learner Data Management System (LDMS), being incomplete (some subject having no CA), and other issues.

You should know that the way of submitting CA was changed to online system in 2019 to enable students see the CA availed to us on the LDMS. Your CA is captured and UPLOADED on the LDMS by your institution. What is reflecting on the LDMS is what was uploaded by your institution.

If your CA is wrong or not showing on the LDMS, it could mean:
1) it was not uploaded by your department/institution,

2) it was uploaded in wrong format and it requires correction, or

3) wrong course codes were used when uploading it and the system rejected it hence showing zeros (0) in some subjects.

Thus, you need to engage your institution when you notice an anomaly with your CA on the LDMS.

[05/20/21]   Strengthening partnerships to support solar professionals made in Zambia! ☀⚡️🔧

How to ensure smooth and effectively support for the training of solar professionals in 🇿🇲 Zambia? By bringing together different stakeholders and partners who are key for the implementation.

Therefore, our 🇩🇪 Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) funded Green People’s Energy (GPE) project Zambia has facilitated the establishment of a steering committee together with its project partners such as the Ministry of Higher Education-Zambia and Teveta Zambia. The committee oversees the project and ensures that specified activities and actions are allocated to appropriate partners. It also monitors 🔍 that the project is on track and different responsibilities between partners are clear.

We managed to successfully host the first GPE Steering committee meeting on 13th Of May 2021. For GPE, the meeting was a milestone event bringing its partners together and agreeing on roles and responsibilities among the attendees. This day was also important because the findings from the technical needs assessment 🔧 were presented which are vital for the creation of the training 🎓 course content.

The formalized relationship between the GPE partners and fruitful discussions from the workshop help to move further towards the same goal of creating solar professionals ☀⚡️🔧 in Zambia. 🇿🇲🇩🇪

#energy4all #renewableenergy #cleanenergy #solarenergy #education #SkillsForLife #SDG2030

KGRTC Publications | Kafue Gorge Regional Training Centre 20/05/2021

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS BY KAFUE GORGE REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

Suitably qualified consultants are being invited to submit proposals for the following assignments for the SESA Project;

1. Baseline Survey.
2. Supply and Demand Assessment

For more details about this opportunity visit:
https://bit.ly/SESA_ToRs

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18/05/2021

WATCH our documentary on Diamond TV Zambia

https://www.facebook.com/273812309715103/posts/1251624275267230/

TEVETA will today air the first documentary on MSME/informal sector training under the TEVET Fund at 18:30 hours.

The documentary highlights how MSMEs/informal sector players are utilising their hands-on and entrepreneurial skills to improve their productivity, sustain their enterprises and create jobs/wealth across the country.

The documentary covers MSMEs/informal sector players across the 10 provinces.

Channel 271 DStv | GOtv 99 | TopStar 110 | Mingletainment App | StarTimes App.

[05/18/21]   Documentary airing: MSME/Informal sector training (TEVET Fund).

Diamond TV will today (Tuesday 18th May) air the first documentary on MSME/informal sector training under the TEVET Fund at 18:30 hours. The documentary highlights how MSMEs/informal sector players are utilising their hands-on and entrepreneurial skills to improve their productivity, sustain their enterprises and create jobs/wealth across the country. The documentary covers MSMEs/informal sector players across the 10 provinces.

Please spare time to watch.

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RADIO programme - Radio Phoenix 89.5 FM (Lusaka), Copperbelt 89.3.FM, Central Province 99.9 FM, Kapiri Mposhi 107.5 FM,

TEVETA will be discussing Employer Based Training financing on ZNBC Radio 4 at 12:05 hours today. Employer Based Training is one of the TEVET financing pillars to enhance productivity and competitiveness of companies in the country.

Tune in, to learn more about Employer Based Training.

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[05/14/21]   RADIO programme - 88.2 FM (Lusaka)

TEVETA will be discussing Employer Based Training financing on ZNBC Radio 4 at 12:05 hours today. Employer Based Training is one of the TEVET financing pillars to enhance productivity and competitiveness of companies in the country.

Tune in, to learn more about Employer Based Training.

12/05/2021

Energy and water sector skills training investments

https://www.facebook.com/104579438277663/posts/154982966570643/

Training solar professionals made in Zambia to become thriving entrepreneurs and the back-bone of Zambia’s solar industry! ☀️⚡️🔧

In light of the 2021 International Labour Day, we highlight the importance of technical and vocational training to support decent jobs and economic growth.

Our 🇩🇪 Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) funded Green People’s Energy strives to successfully train, at minimum, 260 individuals in solar ☀️⚡️ courses created under the project. In a time when jobs are scarce, we believe in the necessity of skills training 🎓 🔧 for individuals to become thriving entrepreneurs, understand customer service as well as become specialised solar technicians. Proper training and skills development 🔧 helps in accessing jobs as well as in creating opportunities. Ultimately, the participants of the training will benefit the 🇿🇲 Zambian solar market ☀️⚡️ as trained and knowledgeable professionals. Therefore, in partnership with Teveta Zambia, GPE is supporting solar professionals made in Zambia and looks forward for them to become an integral part of the Zambian solar industry.

#energy4all #sustainableenergy #solarsolutions #solarenergy #skillsdevelopment #sdg2030 #LeaveNoOneBehind

Photos from Teveta Zambia's post 06/05/2021

#TEVETA Director General, Cleophas Takaiza, Commissions & Handover revised Curriculum for Automotive & Heavy Equipment Engineering in skills development for the Zambian Youths @NORTEC_INFO.
#SDG17 #SDG4

[05/04/21]   Documentary: MSME/Informal sector training (TEVET Fund).

ZNBC TV 1 will today (Tuesday 4th May) air the third documentary on MSME/informal sector training under the TEVET Fund at 21:00 hours. The documentary highlights how MSMEs/informal sector players are utilising their hands-on and entrepreneurial skills to improve their productivity, sustain their enterprises and create jobs/wealth across the country. The documentary covers MSMEs/informal sector players across the 10 provinces.

Please spare time to watch.

03/05/2021

TEVETA signs a K2 million training deal to improve mine safety

The mining industry presents unique challenges to safety. Mine accidents have huge cost implications on the mine and lives of people. Minimising accidents in the mining sector is pivotal for sustained productivity of the sector. A combination of safety practices and skills are highly demanded for improved protection of mining infrastructure, equipment and human resources. The availability of mine rescue skilled persons enhances safety in the mines. However, training mine rescuers has been done outside the country. The cost of training mine rescuers abroad is costly and resulted into inadequate numbers of rescuers in the mining sector.

READ more in today's (May 3rd 2021) Zambia Daily Mail

TEVETA signs a K2 million training deal to improve mine safety

The mining industry presents unique challenges to safety. Mine accidents have huge cost implications on the mine and lives of people. Minimising accidents in the mining sector is pivotal for sustained productivity of the sector. A combination of safety practices and skills are highly demanded for improved protection of mining infrastructure, equipment and human resources. The availability of mine rescue skilled persons enhances safety in the mines. However, training mine rescuers has been done outside the country. The cost of training mine rescuers abroad is costly and resulted into inadequate numbers of rescuers in the mining sector.

READ more in today's (May 3rd 2021) Zambia Daily Mail

[04/27/21]   Documentary: MSME/Informal sector training (TEVET Fund).

ZNBC TV 1 will today air one of the documentaries on MSME/informal sector training under the TEVET Fund at 20:55 hours. The documentary highlights how MSMEs/informal sector players are utilising their hands-on and entrepreneurial skills to improve their productivity, sustain their enterprises and create jobs/wealth across the country. The documentary covers MSMEs/informal sector players across the 10 provinces.

Please spare time to watch.

27/04/2021

TEVETA Launches 2021- 2026 Strategic Plan

TEVETA has launched the 2021 to 2026 Strategic Plan. The Plan was launched by the Ministry of Higher Education Permanent Secretary (PS), Ms. Kayula Siame. The development of the Strategic Plan utilised several relevant national programmes and agendas to deduce a sense of direction towards the development of technical and vocational skills for Zambia. Among policy documents and legal frameworks that informed the development of the Strategic Plan included:
1) Vision 2030
2) Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) 2017 to 2021
3) TEVET Strategy Paper of 1996
4) TEVET Policy of 1996 and National TEVET Policy of 2020
5) Higher Education Policy of 2019,
6) TEVET Act No. 13 of 1998 and TEVET Amended Act No. 11 of 2005
7 ) Skills Development Levy Act No. 46 of 2016
8 ) Zambia Qualifications Act No. 13 of 2011
9) The Higher Education Act No. 04 of 2013
10) National Science and Technical Policy of 1996
11) National Youth Policy of 2015, among others.

Speaking when she officially launched the Strategic Plan. Ms. Siame emphasized that the development and implementation of Strategic Plans was a critical pillar of the Results Based Management, which focused on outputs and outcomes rather than inputs and processes.

"The 7NDP, which is the country’s blue-print for development, has envisioned a prosperous middle-income economy that offers decent employment opportunities for all Zambians regardless of their background. Government has recognised that adequate education and skills can improve the employability of workers, raise the productivity of enterprises and promote the inclusiveness of economic growth. This realisation is being demonstrate by the ongoing policy. I am sure you are all aware that just at the end of last year (2020)."

"All this work is being done to drive the changes necessary to meet development challenges in the economy. As you may have observed, the revised policy is broad in scope and outreach and is underpinned by efforts to bring the world of education and training and the world of work closer together. The realisation of VISION 2030 is anchored upon maximizing on the catalytic role of education and training in socio-economic development."

She said COVID-19 came with force and unpredictability, which dragged all sectors and industries to unprecedented and uncertain situations. "Companies and organisations reacted, but most were far from being prepared. Education and training activities were disrupted and it will take a long time to recover. I wish to call on TEVETA to move with speed to develop and promote alternative modes of teaching and learning. There is urgent need to bridge the digital divide in access to TEVET provision. I also wish to call upon training provider to invest in developing their capacity so that they can all play effectively play their part in ensuring that we transform Zambia to a globally competitive and prosperous Nation through provision of quality skills."

She added that "without skills, one can't effectively participate in the economy. Entrepreneurship training embedded in the TEVET offers opportunities for developing job creators & efficiency skilled persons. TEVET is key in developing apt skills for the future jobs that include robotics, artificial intelligence & other skills necessary to the 4th Industrial Revolution. E-learning should be integrated to the TEVET sector."

And TEVETA Director General, Mr. Cleophas Takaiza said "this Strategic Plan is mainly based on national aspirations as espoused in the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP), Vision 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on education and skills training. The 7NDP prioritises TEVET with a view to impart quality skills for youth employability, for actualisation of decent work and entrepreneurship, gender disparity elimination and increase access to skills and education especially by the vulnerable. Therefore, the objectives and performance indicators in this Strategic Plan have been developed after an extensive literature review and taking into consideration inputs from consultations with clients and stakeholders in skills development."

Mr. Takaiza added that the Strategic Plan provided a road map to effective regulation of TEVET which should to lead to competitiveness, increased productivity, value addition and as well as job creation. "This strategic plan has been formulated to achieve total commitment to placing TEVET at the centre stage of socio-economic development of Zambia and minimise inequalities among the people."

"The strategic plan has been laid out based on three Strategic themes, namely;
1) Operational Excellence (effective and efficient service delivery)
2) Stakeholder Collaboration (effective programme implementation resulting into satisfied stakeholders)
3) TEVET Regulatory Service Excellence (adequate and skilled labour force)."

"The success of this Strategic Plan will also depend on each of the stakeholders playing their role in creating a vibrant and robust TEVET system. It leverages on strengthened collaboration with industry; synergies between government agencies including those responsible for the growth of entrepreneurs/MSMEs; and those responsible for Research and Development (R&D) so that policy and decision making in TEVET is based on empirical evidence."

"At this point, may I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the support that we have continued to enjoy from our cooperating partners, who include but not limited to, the EU, ILO, GiZ, Irish Aid, the ADfB. They have supported us in our effort to promote a green TEVET system that responds to the challenges that have come with climate change."

The Zambia Statistics Agency estimates that more than 5.5 million of Zambia’s population is the youth. About 1.4 million of the youth population are unemployed and lack skills for self-employment. Demand for skills training will continue to go up. The national TEVET Policy of 2020, has thus identified TEVET as a vehicle for improved productivity through industrialisation and value addition. For the country to attain Vision 2030, it needs highly skilled and competent citizens especially women, youths and marginalised groups.

"It is for this reason that this plan will leverage on advancements in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to promote effective and efficient service delivery," noted Mr. Takaiza.

TEVETA Launches 2021- 2026 Strategic Plan

TEVETA has launched the 2021 to 2026 Strategic Plan. The Plan was launched by the Ministry of Higher Education Permanent Secretary (PS), Ms. Kayula Siame. The development of the Strategic Plan utilised several relevant national programmes and agendas to deduce a sense of direction towards the development of technical and vocational skills for Zambia. Among policy documents and legal frameworks that informed the development of the Strategic Plan included:
1) Vision 2030
2) Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) 2017 to 2021
3) TEVET Strategy Paper of 1996
4) TEVET Policy of 1996 and National TEVET Policy of 2020
5) Higher Education Policy of 2019,
6) TEVET Act No. 13 of 1998 and TEVET Amended Act No. 11 of 2005
7 ) Skills Development Levy Act No. 46 of 2016
8 ) Zambia Qualifications Act No. 13 of 2011
9) The Higher Education Act No. 04 of 2013
10) National Science and Technical Policy of 1996
11) National Youth Policy of 2015, among others.

Speaking when she officially launched the Strategic Plan. Ms. Siame emphasized that the development and implementation of Strategic Plans was a critical pillar of the Results Based Management, which focused on outputs and outcomes rather than inputs and processes.

"The 7NDP, which is the country’s blue-print for development, has envisioned a prosperous middle-income economy that offers decent employment opportunities for all Zambians regardless of their background. Government has recognised that adequate education and skills can improve the employability of workers, raise the productivity of enterprises and promote the inclusiveness of economic growth. This realisation is being demonstrate by the ongoing policy. I am sure you are all aware that just at the end of last year (2020)."

"All this work is being done to drive the changes necessary to meet development challenges in the economy. As you may have observed, the revised policy is broad in scope and outreach and is underpinned by efforts to bring the world of education and training and the world of work closer together. The realisation of VISION 2030 is anchored upon maximizing on the catalytic role of education and training in socio-economic development."

She said COVID-19 came with force and unpredictability, which dragged all sectors and industries to unprecedented and uncertain situations. "Companies and organisations reacted, but most were far from being prepared. Education and training activities were disrupted and it will take a long time to recover. I wish to call on TEVETA to move with speed to develop and promote alternative modes of teaching and learning. There is urgent need to bridge the digital divide in access to TEVET provision. I also wish to call upon training provider to invest in developing their capacity so that they can all play effectively play their part in ensuring that we transform Zambia to a globally competitive and prosperous Nation through provision of quality skills."

She added that "without skills, one can't effectively participate in the economy. Entrepreneurship training embedded in the TEVET offers opportunities for developing job creators & efficiency skilled persons. TEVET is key in developing apt skills for the future jobs that include robotics, artificial intelligence & other skills necessary to the 4th Industrial Revolution. E-learning should be integrated to the TEVET sector."

And TEVETA Director General, Mr. Cleophas Takaiza said "this Strategic Plan is mainly based on national aspirations as espoused in the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP), Vision 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on education and skills training. The 7NDP prioritises TEVET with a view to impart quality skills for youth employability, for actualisation of decent work and entrepreneurship, gender disparity elimination and increase access to skills and education especially by the vulnerable. Therefore, the objectives and performance indicators in this Strategic Plan have been developed after an extensive literature review and taking into consideration inputs from consultations with clients and stakeholders in skills development."

Mr. Takaiza added that the Strategic Plan provided a road map to effective regulation of TEVET which should to lead to competitiveness, increased productivity, value addition and as well as job creation. "This strategic plan has been formulated to achieve total commitment to placing TEVET at the centre stage of socio-economic development of Zambia and minimise inequalities among the people."

"The strategic plan has been laid out based on three Strategic themes, namely;
1) Operational Excellence (effective and efficient service delivery)
2) Stakeholder Collaboration (effective programme implementation resulting into satisfied stakeholders)
3) TEVET Regulatory Service Excellence (adequate and skilled labour force)."

"The success of this Strategic Plan will also depend on each of the stakeholders playing their role in creating a vibrant and robust TEVET system. It leverages on strengthened collaboration with industry; synergies between government agencies including those responsible for the growth of entrepreneurs/MSMEs; and those responsible for Research and Development (R&D) so that policy and decision making in TEVET is based on empirical evidence."

"At this point, may I take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the support that we have continued to enjoy from our cooperating partners, who include but not limited to, the EU, ILO, GiZ, Irish Aid, the ADfB. They have supported us in our effort to promote a green TEVET system that responds to the challenges that have come with climate change."

The Zambia Statistics Agency estimates that more than 5.5 million of Zambia’s population is the youth. About 1.4 million of the youth population are unemployed and lack skills for self-employment. Demand for skills training will continue to go up. The national TEVET Policy of 2020, has thus identified TEVET as a vehicle for improved productivity through industrialisation and value addition. For the country to attain Vision 2030, it needs highly skilled and competent citizens especially women, youths and marginalised groups.

"It is for this reason that this plan will leverage on advancements in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to promote effective and efficient service delivery," noted Mr. Takaiza.

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