CBET Conference 2020-01-24T09:32:44+00:00

NATIONAL COMPETENCY BASED EDUCATION & TRAINING (CBET) CONFERENCE

Date: 3rd– 5th February, 2020

Venue: CEMASTEA, Karen, Nairobi

Theme: Competency Based Education and Training (CBET) for Quality and  Relevance in Education And Training in Kenya

The Ministry of Education in conjunction with the Kenya National Qualification Authority (KNQA), TVETA and TVET CDACC is organizing a three (3) day national conference on Competency Based Education & Training (CBET) from 3rd to 5th February, 2020 at the CMASTEA, Karen Nairobi.

The purpose of this conference is to ignite national dialogue on the implementation of CBET in the TVET sector; and to help finalize development of the CBET policy and strategy.

The Objectives of the conference includes:

  1. Taking stock of the implementation process, progress and challenges of CBET in the TVET sector in Kenya;
  2. Learning about best practices in CBET implementation;
  3. Understanding the roles of various players in the implementation of CBET;
  4. Reviewing and adopting the CBET implementation policy and strategy for Kenya;
  5. Sharing experiences about CBET implementation in the country and chart the way forward

The Conference Partners include, among others:

  1. Ministry of Education, Kenya;
  2. State Department for Vocational and Technical Training;
  3. State Department for Post Training and Skills Development;
  4. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC)
  5. Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA);
  6. The Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA);
  7. TVET Curriculum Development and Assessment Council (TVET CDACC);
  8. The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC);
  9. Kenya Institute for Curriculum Development (KICD);
  10. The Commission for University Education (CUE);
  11. The Kenya Association for manufacturers (KAM);
  12. The Kenya Universities and Colleges central Placement Services (KUCCPS);
  13. Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA);
  14. The Standard Media Group;
  15. Council of Governors(COG)
  16. The Nation media Group;
  17. Nursing Council of Kenya;
  18. The Kenya Accountants and Secretaries national Examination Board (KASNEB);
  19. National Industrial Training Authority (NITA);
  20. Rift valley Technical Training Institute (RVTTI);
  21. The Eldoret National Polytechnic;
  22. Meru National Polytechnic;
  23. Meru University of science and Technology;
  24. Association of Professional Societies of East Africa (APSEA);
  25. Kenya Utalii College;
  26. Kenya Technical Trainers College (KTTC);
  27. Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC); and
  28. Dairy Training Institute.

The expected Conference outputs are:

  • National Dialogue on implementation of CBET within TVET in Kenya;
  • Workshop Report;
  • Revised CBET Implementation policy and Strategy.
  • Recommendations on starting Annual National TVET Conference
  • Recommendation on Publication of Kenya CBET Journal

How to Partner:

You can participate through:

  • Abstract and paper presentation
  • Exhibition
  • Sponsorship

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You can participate through:

  • Abstract and paper presentation
  • Exhibition
  • Sponsorship

Note:

  1. Exhibitors will be required to pay Ksh 100,000 after their application has been approved;
  2. An Exhibitor will be allowed a maximum of three attendees
  3. Participants and presenters will be required to pay Ksh 1,000 once the application is approved;

Payment Details

Conference fee payments to be made by Bankers Cheque/Direct cash deposit to:

Kenya Commercial Bank

Account Name: Kenya National Qualifications Authority,

Account Number: 1208626825;

Moi Avenue Branch

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