(SIAYA) TSC list of shortlisted teachers for February 2021 TSC Promotions per County and Region; Siaya County, Nyanza Region
The Teachers Service Commission has disseminated lists of successful applicants who applied for the 15, 000 promotions vacancies for both primary and secondary school teachers in January 2021.
The latest data gathered by our media team indicates that a total of 32, 431 teachers were shortlisted to attend the upcoming TSC promotions interviews scheduled to take place between February 8 and 18.
The lists indicate the number and various details of successful candidates per county.
In Siaya County, a total of 846 teachers have been shortlisted for the upcoming TSC promotions for teachers 2021.
We have already availed data for shortlisted candidates for 2021 TSC promotions of teachers for various counties as follows
TSC Promotions 2021-Siaya County Official TSC List of shortlisted Teachers
In Siaya County, a total of 846 candidates have been shortlisted for the upcoming TSC promotions for teachers this year.
To check whether your name is appearing on the list, click on the following link
See the TSC score sheet below that is used during promotion interviews
As earlier indicated, the 2021 interviewees will not need to travel to Nairobi for the interviews since the commission will go out to all counties and meet shortlisted teachers there.
Worth noting however is that the lists provided by the commission do exclude members of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) following a protracted battle with the commission in court over the use of Career Progression Guidelines, CPGs in promoting teachers from one cadre to the next.
TSC seems to maintain its ground for it is going to promote the teachers based on the Career Progression Guidelines (CPGs) that KNUT is opposed to.
What are TSC Career Progression Guidelines (CPGs)?
The CPGs were developed in 2018 to guide the commission in tracking the career growth of teachers. The guidelines are meant to guide the recruitment, retention, development, training, and promotion of teachers to ensure they meet the set standards.
The guidelines replaced the Schemes of Service for the Teaching Service (2005).
Under the CPGs, the career path for school administrators is clearly outlined. This separates the career paths of school administrators and that of classroom teachers.
It is designed to provide clear reporting structures in institutions and eliminate overlap in the grading structure.
Tips on Passing Promotion Interviews Under TSC Career Progression Guidelines (CPGs)
Under these Career Progression Guidelines, the promotion of teachers will be subjected to the following conditions.
The interviewees will be required to meet the minimum qualifications per grade, depending on the grade they have been shortlisted for.
Successful interviewees must also have the relevant Teacher Professional Development (TPD) modules.
The teachers are required to undergo professional development training six times in their career with each module taking a period of five (5) years.
Finally, the interview panel will also be looking at the interviewees’ experience and performance