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TSC Reveals List of Shortlisted Applicants, announces interview dates for teacher promotions Scheduled for October/November 2021

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TSC Reveals List of Shortlisted Applicants, announces interview dates for teacher promotions Scheduled for October/November 2021

TSC announces interview dates for October/November 2021 teacher promotions


The  2021 TSC promotion interviews will be conducted for a period of 10 days.

In Summary:

•TSC said the interviews for the 2,419 shortlisted teachers seeking promotion to the next Grade will be in line with Career Progression Guidelines for Teachers (2018).

•”The TSC will conduct interviews between November 1st to 12th 2021 at the Regional and County Offices,” the Commission said.

 

The Teachers Service Commission on Sunday announced interview dates for teacher promotions.

In a statement, TSC said the interviews for the 2,419 shortlisted teachers seeking promotion to the next Grade will be in line with Career Progression Guidelines for Teachers (2018).

“The TSC will conduct interviews between November 1st to 12th 2021 at the Regional and County Offices,” the Commission said.

Out of those shortlisted, 1,043 will fill vacancies ranging from Grade C2 – TSC Scale 7 Senior Teacher 2 to Grade D5 – TSC Scale 15 Chief Principal.

Another 1,376 teachers holding positions of Heads and Deputy Heads of Institutions in ASAL and Hard to Staff Areas seeking promotions, will also be interviewed.

Under the 2018 Career Progression Guidelines, all teachers undertake set training in selected institutions before they can be considered for promotions.

The institutions issue certificates filed by TSC to guide promotions.

In January, 2021, the Teachers Service Commission announced promotions for 1,000 diploma teachers.

“Today we advertise for 1,000 promotion positions for diploma teachers. The online application portal will be available by end of the day,” the commission announced on Twitter.

This was barely two months after it had announced another string of promotions for primary and secondary school teachers in December last year.

Initially, teacher promotions were pegged on the schemes of service, which focused more on merit and ability as reflected in the teacher’s work, performance, and results; seniority and experience, the existence of a vacancy; academic and professional qualifications.

 

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