In line with our MISSION: – To regulate, coordinate, promote and develop TVET through registration, licensing, accreditation and development of institutions, programs and trainers for delivering a labour market relevant and competent workforce, we call upon the following to apply for accreditation.
1. TVET training institutions to apply for accreditation of Competence Based Education and Training (CBET) Programmes
The Authority has approved various CBET programmes and the list is available on our website. Accredited institutions wishing to offer the approved CBET programmes are required to submit their applications using the prescribed form TVETA/ACCR/001, available on the Authority’s website.
2. Registration and accreditation of Trainers in accordance with section 23 of the TVET Act, 2013
Section 23 of the TVET Act, 2013 requires that all TVET trainers are registered and licensed by the TVET Authority Board. The list of accredited trainers shall be posted on the Authority’s website and training providers shall be required to recruit only accredited trainers.
The Authority therefore invites qualified TVET trainers including those who had applied earlier to submit their applications for registration and licensing using the revised form TVETA/ACCR/003, that can be downloaded from our website’s download page.
3. Accreditation of Assessors and Verifiers under TVET Act, 2013
The Authority invites TVET trainers and industry practitioners to submit their applications as assessors and or verifiers for CBET programs available on our website. The duties and responsibilities of assessors and verifiers are as stated in CBETA Standards and guidelines derived from section 57(b) of TVET Act, 2013. The application form TVETA/ACCR/003 as well as the standards are available on our website.
Trainers, Assessors and Verifiers applications should be emailed to email@example.com
1. Accreditation exercise for TVET training institutions, TVET programmes, TVET trainers, assessors and verifiers is a continuous process round the year.
2. Penalty :-
Any person who contravenes the provisions of TVET Act, 2013 commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine of a sum not exceeding one million shillings or imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both as provided for in sections 17(4), 22(4) and 56.