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United Republic of Tanzania Ministry of Education and Vocational Training EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYMENT (EFE) United Republic of Tanzania Ministry of Education and Vocational Training EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYMENT (EFE) INTERNATIONAL FORUM EDMONTON, ALBERTA, CANADA 4 th JUNE, 2011 Aligning Education and Training to jobs in Africa TANZANIA PERSPECTIVE Presentation by David Grayson Kazuva Acting Director - Technical and Vocational Education and Training Dep.

Contents Contents. Presentation scope. 1. 0 Introduction. 2. 0 How EFE project supports policies Contents Contents. Presentation scope. 1. 0 Introduction. 2. 0 How EFE project supports policies and strategies. 2. 1 Why has this worked. 2. 2 Concrete examples of interventions taken. 3. 0 Three most important actions to be taken over the next year to achieve expected EFE results. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 2

Presentation scope Built on the context of my Ministers’ presentation; How has EFE supported Presentation scope Built on the context of my Ministers’ presentation; How has EFE supported policies and strategies, why has it worked - concrete examples of interventions and results achieved; and Three most important actions to be taken over the next year to achieve expected results of EFE in Tanzania. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 3

1. 0 Introduction TVET strategies aims at directing the sub sector to be the 1. 0 Introduction TVET strategies aims at directing the sub sector to be the center excellence for the provision of adequate and demand driven skilled labor force for development of the economy of individuals and the Nation at large. Strategies developed and being implemented have been mentioned and addressed by my Hon. Minister. To a great extent, EFE project has complimented efforts being taken to address the problem of the current state of TVET institutions producing graduates who do no meet employment demands. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 4

2. 0 EFE support to TVET strategies 2. 1 How EFE has supported TVET 2. 0 EFE support to TVET strategies 2. 1 How EFE has supported TVET strategies by doing the following : No. Outputs Statistics 1 Number of individuals and companies involved ~1800 2 New or revised programs Number of programs being developed 28 3 Entrepreneurship modules Number of modules produced 4 4 Entrepreneurial support services Number of services provided 2 5 Teachers/trainers with increased skills Number of teachers trained 151 6 Managers & administrators with increased ability Number of managers trained 34 7 Employer Advisory Committee established Number of members on EAC 34 8 3/15/2018 Occupational Analyses conducted Increased Canadian public awareness Number of Canadian reached At least 270 in person + hundreds more via on-line and social media Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 5

2. 1 how continues Favored agricultural programmes by the fact that, 5 out of 2. 1 how continues Favored agricultural programmes by the fact that, 5 out of the 12 institutions offer agricultural programmes – complimenting the initiative of Kilimo Kwanza (Agriculture First) strategy of revitalizing agriculture: q Agriculture is the major economic activity; q Agriculture is the back borne of the economy. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 6

2. 1 how continues Facilitated establishment of institutional partnerships between Tanzanian and Canadian ones 2. 1 how continues Facilitated establishment of institutional partnerships between Tanzanian and Canadian ones – hence gave an opportunity of international exposure; 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 7

2. 2 Why has this worked EFE support has worked to date because: q 2. 2 Why has this worked EFE support has worked to date because: q Coordination of EFE activities is within the ministry structure (PCU); q Change Management Committee (CMC) a decision making organ engages main stakeholders; q Eyes on hands off approach in coordination of institutional partnerships; q Political will of decision makers of both partners; and q A committed and competent STA from Canada. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 8

2. 2 Why has this worked continues q. Smooth coordination of partnerships giving Tanzanian 2. 2 Why has this worked continues q. Smooth coordination of partnerships giving Tanzanian institutions teachers relevant exposure and skills needed for change 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 9

2. 3 Interventions taken The following interventions were taken: q Workshops conducted to 148 2. 3 Interventions taken The following interventions were taken: q Workshops conducted to 148 teachers on development and delivery of CBET curriculum; q Workshops conducted to 20 institutional managers and administrators on labor market surveys and analysis; q 12 programmes reviewed and/or developed; and q Engagement of private sector in provision of TVET; q National symposium convened under theme of ‘Aligning Skills Development in Tanzania to meet labor Market Needs’ – 72 stakeholders. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 10

2. 4 Results achieved to date include: q Change of attitude and commitment of 2. 4 Results achieved to date include: q Change of attitude and commitment of Tanzanian teachers who were exposed in Canadian institutions; q Capacity building to teachers in CBET best practices; q Capacity building to Government and institutions managers and administrators in labor market information and analysis; and q capacity building in leadership and entrepreneurship in TVET. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 11

3. 0 Three important actions Over the next year, EFE Tanzania intends to: 1. 3. 0 Three important actions Over the next year, EFE Tanzania intends to: 1. To train teachers, managers, administrators and employers on CBET best practices and its benefits; 2. To strengthen management of TVET by conducting leadership skills training to managers and administrators of TVET; and 3. To hold a symposium of key stakeholders to give a platform for evaluating EFE activities conducted to date. 4. *To develop an EFE exit strategy for sustainability of the outputs*. 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 12

The end I thank the Chair and each and everyone of you for your The end I thank the Chair and each and everyone of you for your attention 3/15/2018 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training Tanzania 13