The Principal Secretary State Department for Technical Vocational Education and Training Dr. Esther Thaara Muoria on Monday 27th November, 2023, presided over the TVET CDACC CEO handing over ceremony at the Council’s offices located at Absa Towers 10th floor.
In a dignified and ceremonial affair, the leadership baton of TVET CDACC was gracefully passed from the outgoing CEO, Mr. Joseph Njau to the incoming CEO Prof. Kisilu Kitainge, marking a significant milestone in the Council’s journey.
In the realm of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), one name stands out as a beacon of progress and excellence: the TVET Curriculum Development, Assessment and Certification Council (TVET CDACC).
In her remarks, the PS acknowledged the pivotal role the Council plays in the TVET Sector and in ensuring the Government realizes its industrialization agenda. She further commended the outgoing CEO for the transformative leadership he portrayed during his tenure. Dr Esther Muoria extended her support to the incoming CEO, urging collaboration with the industry and innovation to propel the Council to greater heights.
“The Kenya Kwanza Government is angling towards industrialization and its banking on the TVET sector to spur industrialization in Kenya.”
The PS further urged Prof. Kisilu Kitainge to ensure that a strong and elaborate system of assessment and monitoring is in place, as this will ensure that there is continuous development and review of curriculum and automation of processes.
The outgoing CEO Mr. Joseph Njau thanked the Council Members and staff for their unwavering support. He also welcomed his successor to take the huge task and achieve the objectives of the Council.
On the hand, Prof. Kitainge promised to continue with the exemplary work of his predecessors, stating “The dream of the youth is the dream of hope and we shall continue with it”
TVET CDACC shall continue to collaborate with key industry players to ensure CBET implementation is seamless.