News/Stories

POETRY IS POWERFUL

STEP is celebrating women and girls who are courageous to enter non-traditional careers.  According to Robert Chiwamba “We know the journey is not easy for them and often times they have been held back by the community’s beliefs that they can’t do a man’s job.  I want all of these

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STEP STRENGTHENS INDUSTRY LINKS WITH CONSTRUCTION SECTOR

STEP has been working with the construction sector to ensure revisions to the curricula for the five major construction trades align with industry needs. The Chairperson of the construction sector advisory council (SAC), Mr. Joe Ching’ani,  was approached to identify trade practitioners who could participate in five upcoming DACUM (Developing

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NGWAZI ZAZIKAZI COMPETITION

We want to hear your stories!  Are you between the ages of 10-25? Do you have a role model? Is there a Malawian woman that you admire for her efforts in making Malawi a great place?  A woman who is breaking gender norms, entering the trades and other non-traditional areas?  We

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CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION COMMITTEE HOLDS FIRST MEETING

The first meeting of the CDCC was held at the TEVETA Board Room on May 26th, 2017. The purpose of this committee is to ensure the processes for curriculum development are strengthened and new and revised curricula meet TEVETA quality standards. Made up of representatives from the Department of Vocational

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OCCUPATIONAL PROFILING CONDUCTED FOR TEVET PRINCIPALS AND STAFF OF THE DTVT

Simon Coetzee, STEP consultant working to support STEP Component 2, conducted two occupational analysis using the DACUM approach. The first was with TEVET institution principals on April 18 &19, 2017. Principals from Technical Colleges, Community Technical Colleges and Community Skills Development Centres were present. The second analysis was with staff of the

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