Covid-19 pandemic has been a major setback in most of the sectors of the government.Besides job losses,there have been delays in implementation of some policies that are aimed at benefiting the public.The Teachers Professional Development Modules ought to have been rolled out were it not for Covid-19 pandemic in the country.As per the initial plan by TSC,some groups of teachers would have already been deep in the first module.
Yesterday,the Commission rolled out the modules training for teachers.Kenyatta University,Riara and Mount Kenya Universities together with KEMI will have the teachers trained in the modules with module 1 expected to begin soon.
The teachers have been worried of this at such a time when money is hard to come by especially after their hopes for a new CBA getting dashed.It is some good news to the teachers who will not want to go for the trainings but would want to be promoted in various posts.The Commission has clarified that if a teacher misses out in the trainings,he or she will not be affected in the promotions.This is a great reprieve to many teachers who are feeling agitated but fear that they will be locked out of the promotions.
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