Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority – A state corporation in the Ministry of Education established under TVET Act, 2013.
TVET is a subsector in education while TVETA is a body corporate that regulates the sub-sector.
Section 7 of the TVET Act, 2013, outlines functions of TVET Authority. See more details here.
The law allows a maximum of 3 months from the date of receipt of an application that meets all the requirements.
To create a database of all trainers involved in the TVET sector and their areas of specialization.
The law allows a maximum of 3 months from the date of receipt of an application that meets all the requirements.
Yes, though the law assigns this to the National Qualification Framework Authority once it’s established.
Yes, TVETA registers independent trainers and maintains a register on the same.
No, TVETA registration is for their areas of specialization and not for employment purposes.
Do a name search at any Huduma Centre or State law office, (Sheria house)
No. TVETA is a regulator and not an employer
Yes. An advert was done for the same on January 8th and 14th 2015.