CHAPTER 82
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING ACT

 

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   ORDERS

      The Training Scheme for Motor Vehicle Mechanics Order

      The Training Scheme (Trade Testing) Order (1987)

      The Training Scheme (Trade Testing) Order (1990)

      The Vocational Education and Training Levy (Exemption) Order

      The Vocational Education and Training Authority (Vesting of Existing Centres) Order

 

   REGULATIONS

      The Inspection of Registered Vocational Education and Training Centres Regulations

      The Registration of Vocational Training Schools and Centres Regulations

      The National Vocational Training Board (Constitution and Proceedings of the Board) Regulations

      The Contracts of Apprenticeship and Indentured Learnership (In-Plant Training) Regulations

      The Vocational Education and Training Board Regulations

      The Vocational Education and Training Fund Regulations

      The Vocational Education and Training Levy Regulations

ORDERS

THE TRAINING SCHEME FOR MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS ORDER

1 G.N. No. 134 of 1981

   1. This Order may be cited as the Training Scheme for Motor Vehicle Mechanics Order.

   2. The Training Scheme for Motor Vehicle Mechanics shall be as provided in the Schedule to this Order.

SCHEDULE
TRAINING SCHEME FOR MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS

1.   Title

   The scheme shall be called the National Training Scheme for Motor Vehicle Mechanics.

2.   Application

   The scheme will apply to all categories of Motor Vehicle Craft Training and the Director of Vocational Training, appointed under section 3 of the Vocational Training Act, will be responsible for the operation of the scheme.

3.   Classification Code

 

   (a)   National Title: Motor Vehicle Mechanics.

 

   (b)   International Title: Automobile Mechanics.

 

   (c)   International Code: 8-43.20.

4.   Trade Definition

   Examines and locates defects, repairs, services and overhauls the mechanical and related equipment of passenger and delivery of vans, trucks and other motor vehicles. May carry out minor repairs on electrical systems and bodies.

5.   Possible Scope of Activity

   Engaged in repairing and servicing of automobiles, buses, trucks and other automotive vehicles in a repair, maintenance or assembly workshop.

6.   Main Tools and Equipment Used

 

   (a)   Tools

   Assorted spanners, box and socket sets, screw drivers, feelergauges, pliers, depth gauges, sheers, soldering irons, hammers cold chisels, assorted files, taps and dies, scrappers, twist drills, reamers, punches, rule, vernier callipers, pullers, micrometers, dial indicators, wrenches, hacksaws, valve lifters.

 

   (b)   Equipment

   Screw or hydraulic jacks and hoists, tripod stands, benches and vices, portable drilling machines, hydraulic presses, air compressors, valve, grinding machines, bench and/or pillar drills, bench grinders, engine stands, portable floor cranes, testers and sand blasters for sparking plugs, compression testers, con-rod aligners, front wheel alignment sets, tyre repair sets, reverting machines, battery servicing sets, voltmeter, ammeter, gas welding sets.

SCHEME "A"
FORMAL TRAINING

7.   Entrance Qualifications

 

   (a)   Minimum Education ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...Primary School leaving Certificate 

   (b)   Age ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...16 Years 

   (c)   Medical ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...Must be passed fit by duly qualified medical practitioner 

   (d)   Test ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 

(i)   General Intelligence test


(ii)   Mechanical aptitude test


(iii)   Maths


(iv)   English

8.   Suitability

   Candidates must be capable of clambering about and crawling under vehicles and their manipulative ability must not be seriously impaired. Eye sight must be normal, with or without glasses. Good colour vision is necessary. Deafness in any degree is regarded as a handicap. Epileptics and persons subject to fits are generally unsuitable and freedom from skin complaints is necessary.

9.   Duration of Training

   The total period of training is four years. The first stage of this period will be spent full time in a vocational training centre approved by the National Vocational Training Board. Such a centre could be either on an employer's premises or normal education institution. The Motor Vehicle training committee will determine the length of full-time basic training.

   The remaining portion of the total period of training will be spent on the job, when apprentices will be assigned to selected skilled workers. During this period, they will be released for continued part-time theoretical instruction at an appropriate Vocational Training Centre. Training courses during the four years will be based on syllabus prepared by the motor vehicle trade training committee and approved by the council.

10.   Basic Training

   Basic training will consist of practical and related theoretical training offered at an approved Vocational Training Centre consisting of 40 weeks and 1200 hours of instruction of which 70% will be fraction training and 30% related theoretical instruction. Training will be imparted according to skills, knowledge and operations approved by the motor vehicle trade training committee, based on current job standards.

11.   Proficiency Testing

   At the end of the basic training trainees shall undergo a proficiency test consisting of practical and related theory which will ascertain if the trainee has reached the required standard by being able to–

 

   (a)   select and use the basic tools and equipment in a correct and safe manner;

 

   (b)   identify and select the correct materials for a particular use including the fabrication of simple components such as exhaust brackets;

 

   (c)   undertake routine maintenance, servicing, simple repairs and adjustments according to specified time and workmanship in the following–

 

      -   petrol engines including the fuel and ignition systems;

 

      -   suspension systems and brakes;

 

      -   tyres and steering assemblies;

 

      -   clutches, gearboxes and prop-shafts;

 

      -   final drives.

   Successful trainees will be awarded the intern certificate of basic training.

12.   Placement for Apprenticeship

   Successful trainees will subsequently be placed for apprenticeship training. Employers of undertakings must satisfy the Director of Vocational Training that their establishment offer reasonable facilities for proper training of apprentices in the motor vehicle trade according to the provisions of this training scheme.

13.   Contract of Apprenticeship

   The obligations of employers and motor vehicle apprentices are specified in the "Apprenticeship contracts" issued by the National Vocational Training Board. Before commencing apprenticeship training, a contract of apprenticeship will be entered into by every apprentice and his employer. The contract will be prepared in triplicate, each one copy to be retained by apprentice, the employer and the Director of Vocational Training.

14.   Period of Apprenticeship

   The period of apprenticeship will be three years or lesser period as will be determined by the M.V. training committee and will consist of 4800 hours of on-the-job-training which will be imparted according to the job training guide shown as a schedule to this scheme.

15.   Progress Reports

   Employers will submit to the Director of Vocational Training individual progress reports for each apprentice in every six months according to the requirements of the job training guide shown in this scheme. The report will be made on form NVTD/6.

16.   Conduct of Practical Training

   Employers will be responsible for the proper and efficient professional supervision of apprentices and their training. For this purpose the employer shall appoint a qualified person in the motor vehicle trade from amongst his employees who will be responsible for supervising the day to day work of Motor Vehicle apprentices, in matters concerning their trade. Practical training provided will be according to the training scheme shown in the schedule of this regulation.

17.   Inspection of Apprenticeship Training

   Inspectors appointed by the Minister under section 23 of the Vocational Training Act, will visit and inspect training of motor vehicle apprentices in undertakings according to the provisions of section 24(1-2) of the Act. Inspection reports will be made on form NVTD/7.

18.   Records of Apprenticeship Training

   Employers will keep records of renumeration to and of the time worked by every apprentice together with the particulars prescribed below–

 

   (a)   Name and age of the apprentice;

 

   (b)   Educational and Training background;

 

   (c)   Name of the apprentice supervisor and his/her qualifications and experience;

 

   (d)   Training log-book and attendance records;

 

   (e)   Date of commencement of on-the-job training.

19.   Certification

   A Certificate of apprenticeship will be awarded to the apprentice on successful completion of his on-the-job training according to the provisions of section 18(1-4) of the Vocational Training Act. The Certificate will be issued on the prescribed form NVTD/10.

SCHEME "B"
NON-FORMAL TRAINING

20.   Basic Training:

   There will be no full-time basic training for those following this scheme. The whole of their practical training will be provided on the premises of under-takings, using actual jobs of commercial value for instruction and practice purposes.

21.   Period of Training

   The period of training for scheme 'B' of the Motor Vehicle Mechanics trade will be four years and will consist of 6400 hours of on-the-job training and 720 hours of part-time related theoretical instruction at an approved Vocational Training Centre. The 6400 hours of on-the-job Training will be imparted according to the Job-Training guide shown as a Schedule to this scheme.

22.   Employment

   No person can employ trainees under this scheme without having first obtained the written permission of the Director of Vocational Training. Applications to employ trainees in the Motor Vehicle Trade will be made on Form NVTP/4 and approval will specify the maximum number to be employed at any one time.

23.   Contract of on-the-job Training

   The obligations of employers and Motor Vehicle apprentices serving under Scheme 'B' are specified in the contract of on-the-job training and before commencing training the contract in the form set out under FORM NVTP/5, will be entered into by every trainee and his employer. The contract will be prepared in triplicate, each one copy to be retained by the learner, the employer and the Director of Vocational Training.

24.   Qualification for Entry

   Applicants for entry to scheme 'B' will be required to have obtained, as a minimum, a Primary school leaving certificate, attained the age of 16 years and show proof of medical fitness. Employers may take advantage of the selection tests, conducted by the Director of Vocational Training.

25.   Certification

   A certification will be awarded to the learner on the successful completion of the four year contract.

THE TRAINING SCHEME (TRADE TESTING) ORDER (1987)

1 G.N. No. 61 of 1987

 

1.   Citation

   This Order may be cited as the Training Scheme (Trade Testing) Order.

 

2.   Application

   This order shall apply to apprentices and indentured learners and other skilled persons in any trade or occupation prescribed in the First Schedule.

 

3.   Interpretation

   In these orders, unless the context requires otherwise–

   "Act" means the Vocational Education Training Act *;

   "approved occupation" means a specified trade or occupation;

   "certified skilled workers" means a person technically qualified and who has successfully passed and awarded a certificate of Trade Test Grade I;

   "Director" means the Director appointed under section 3 of the Act and includes any officer appointed by the Director to be responsible for the successful operation of the trade testing scheme;

   "foreign trade test certificate" means any certificate not awarded by the Director under the Act;

   "specified trade or occupation" means and trade or occupation prescribed in the First Schedule and includes any other trade or occupation accepted by the Director on application being made to him under Order 10(4);

   "trade test" means an examination to test knowledge and skill acquired by the trainee or any person in a specified trade or occupation.

 

4.   Duties of the Director

   The Director shall be responsible for the successful operation of the testing scheme.

 

5.   Levels of trade tests

   (1) There shall be three grades of trade tests, the lowest being Grade III, intermediate is Grade II and Grade I is the highest.

   (2) The Director, in consultation with the relevant training committee and the Board may revise the grades to meet national and international trade testing standards.

 

6.   Eligibility for trade tests

   (1) Candidates of any age may enter for the trade examinations.

   (2) All candidates shall start from the lowest grade to the highest.

   (3) Applicants for intermediate and advanced stages (Grades II and I) will only be accepted if they produce to the nearest Labour Officer or the Principal of the National Vocational Training Centre photocopies of result slips or certificates as evidence that they have passed the appropriate examinations in previous grades of the City and Guilds of London or any other recognised examinations. Applicants who have sat and passed these examinations conducted by the National Vocational Training Division need only mention their previous Index Numbers, date and year they sat for the examinations.

   (4) Every candidate shall present a certified information, that he is employed or working in the relevant trade or occupation.

   (5) Every candidate shall certify one of the following conditions–

 

   (a)   to have undergone the relevant formal one year basic training at an approved Vocational Training Centre followed by one year in-plant training and has satisfactorily undertaken the prescribed related instruction course;

 

   (b)   to have undergone two years of on-the-job training and has satisfactorily undertaken the prescribed related instruction course;

 

   (c)   to have completed two years full-time training at a National Vocational Training Centre, trade school or other institutions approved by the Director;

 

   (d)   to have had a minimum of two years work experience in the trade or occupation plus satisfactory completion of a relevant related instruction course. Candidates under this category should also have completed primary education or the necessary Adult Education;

 

   (e)   notwithstanding the provisions of suborder (3), candidates for the next grade of test shall have passed the preceding stage and obtained proof or work experience for a minimum of one year or satisfactorily attended instruction courses of the relevant related trade or occupation not less than a year from the date he passed the lower grade. At the discretion of the Director, a candidate may be allowed to sit for a higher grade.

 

7.   Date of examinations

   (1) Trade tests shall be conducted once a year from September to October at all Centres or at any time to be determined by the Director at the Centres to be specified. The examination may continue at any Centre according to the availability of time and facilities.

   (2) Each applicant who has been accepted to appear for the trade examination will be informed by the Director well in advance the detailed arrangements for the examination.

   (3) Any applicant who has submitted his entry form but has not received information on the examination two weeks before it is due to be held should get in touch with the Labour Officer or the Principal of the National Vocational Training Centre through which his application form was sent to the Director.

 

8.   Trade Examination Centres

   (1) Trade Examination Centres shall be approved and published by the Director through Labour Offices, National Vocational Training Centres, and at least once in one of the local newspapers.

   (2) Once an entry is accepted, no change of examination centre can be made without prior consent of the Director.

 

9.   Fees for testing

   (1) A fee per sitting Grade to be announced by the Director shall be paid by the Applicant to the nearest Labour Officer or the Principal of the National Vocational Training Centre at the time of application.

   (2) The fee once paid can under no circumstances be refunded or transferred.

 

10.   Mode of application

   (1) Candidates for trade tests shall apply to the nearest Labour Officer or the Principal of the National Vocational Training Centre not later than 30th April of each calendar year.

   (2) The application shall be in the form, and shall contain the particulars, as set out in Form NVTD/4 of the Second Schedule.

   (3) The prescribed form shall be accompanied–

 

   (a)   three recent passport size photographs of the candidate; and

 

   (b)   a declaration or a certificate that the candidate undertook related instruction course; and

 

   (c)   a duplicate copy of the receipt for the trade testing fee.

   (4) When a trade or occupation is not specified, the person to be tested or his employer shall first apply to the Director.

 

11.   Central Trade Testing Unit

   (1) There shall be established the Central Trade Testing Unit under control and direction of the Director.

   (2) The Unit shall be responsible for–

 

   (a)   the formulation of operation procedures for trade testing;

 

   (b)   the preparation for theory and practical tests;

 

   (c)   the technical guidance relating to the execution of trade testing;

 

   (d)   the conduct of studies in the development of trade testing;

 

   (e)   publishing of trade testing activities and results;

 

   (f)   making proposals to the Director on matters relating to the conduct of the tests based on their experience;

 

   (g)   deciding whether a candidate being tested has attained the standard of proficiency prescribed in the National Testing Standards;

 

   (h)   satisfying itself that the applicants for trade tests have met the necessary pre-requisites of a trade or occupation;

 

   (i)   making all the preparations necessary for the smooth and efficient conduct of theory and practical tests including the ordering of materials in advance and the organisation of examination sites.

 

12.   Trade test examiners

   (1) The Director shall be responsible for authorisation of testing officers for the category of trade or occupation to be tested and for all matters concerning the organisation of trade testing and its efficient administration.

   (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of Order 13(1), the Director shall appoint certified skilled workers with a minimum of three years working experience in a specialised skill and knowledge in the relevant trade or occupation to be trade test examiners.

 

13.   Accountability

   (1) The whole confidentiality and reliability of the trade test rests on those who are responsible for its different operations in the entire system.

   (2) The Director may provide incentive payments on the trade testing papers, moderation, invigilation and marking. The rates of payment shall in each case be determined by Director and shall be subject to review.

   (3) For the avoidance of doubts it is declared that the minimum incentive payments shall be–

 

   (a)   test setting per paper is four hundred shillings for Grade III, five hundred shillings for Grade II, and six hundred shillings for Grade I;

 

   (b)   moderation per paper is three hundred shillings for Grade III, four hundred shillings for Grade II, and five hundred shillings for Grade I;

 

   (c)   invigilation is one hundred and fifty shillings per hour for all Grades;

 

   (d)   marking paper of each candidate is six hundred shillings for Grade III, eight hundred shillings for Grade II and one thousand shillings for Grade I.

 

14.   Test setting

   (1) The Director shall appoint suitable persons to act as setters and moderators of written and practical examinations in Kiswahili for Grades III and II and in English for Grade I.

   (2) Examination format shall be determined by the Central Trade Testing unit and approved by the relevant training committee.

   (3) Papers will cover the whole syllabus in technology, applied calculations, technical drawing and science.

   (4) Arrangements for facilities and other details for the smooth test construction shall be made by the Central Trade Testing unit.

 

15.   Notice to Candidates

   Each candidate shall take note of the following–

 

   (1)   Each written paper and each practical or oral test which he is required to take is part of an examination counting towards the award of a certificate.

 

   (2)   A candidate is required to appear for the examination at the Centres under which he is registered, unless otherwise advised by the Director, and shall produce a letter or any document of authority from the director allowing him to sit for the particular examination at the prescribed Centre, failing which no permission will be given to enter the examination room or site.

 

   (3)   A candidate is required to observe all instructions given to him by examiners, invigilators or officers responsible for the conduct of examinations.

 

   (4)   If a candidate arrives more than half an hour late for the examination, he will not be admitted.

 

   (5)   After the first half-hour, he may leave as soon as he has finished his paper. He may leave the room or site temporarily at any time after the first half-hour but only with the permission of the invigilator.

 

   (6)   A candidate may bring to the examination site or into the examination room only books, papers or instruments which are specifically permitted. If he is suspected of cheating, or attempting to cheat, or of assisting someone else to cheat, the fact will be reported to the Central Trade Testing unit, and he may in consequence be disqualified from the examination and excluded from all future examinations. Any notes or other unauthorised material may be retained by the Central Trade Testing unit at its discretion.

 

   (7)   Communication by verbal or other means between candidates is not allowed during the examination. If any candidate wishes to communicate with the invigilator he should raise his hand to attract attention.

 

   (8)   Each candidate shall write his examination number correctly on every answer sheet paper used. Using anybody's else's examination number is considered as a case of dishonesty that shall lead to the cancellation of examination results. Names, initials or any other mark that would distinguish one candidate from another should never be written on answer books or sheets of paper.

 

   (9)   Candidate shall write all answers in the language required unless instructed otherwise.

 

   (10)   No candidate shall be allowed to smoke in the examination room or to take alcohol at the examination site.

 

   (11)   Candidate shall take nothing, unless instructed otherwise, from examination room or site and shall not damage any paper or material supplied to him.

 

16.   Irregularities

   (1) A candidate who is involved in any irregularities or misconduct in connection with the trade test shall be disqualified.

   (2) The Central Trade Testing Unit reserves the right to disqualify candidates in the whole Centre if the examiners are satisfied that the irregularities were of such an extent as to undermine the integrity of the trade test.

   (3) The decision of the Director on the trade test results shall be final and conclusive in the event of any appeal.

 

17.   Duties and powers of invigilators

   The invigilators shall be–

 

   (a)   be responsible for the proper conduct of the trade tests and shall, at the end of the tests, sign a declaration that the procedures and regulations have been complied with according to these orders;

 

   (b)   shall report all cases of irregularities or misconduct to the Central Trade Testing Unit and may discontinue the test of any candidate of such irregularities or misconduct.

 

18.   Marking of scripts

 

   (1)   Marking of scripts shall be done at Centres approved by the Director and a certified skilled worker or any suitable officer of the Directorate shall be appointed to act as Chairman.

 

   (2)   markers will check the marking scheme to ascertain the accuracy and incorrect answers in the marking scheme which shall be brought to the attention of the Chairman.

 

   (3)   the Chairman shall check sample in order to ascertain that the marking scheme is being followed, standardisation is maintained and the general ability of the markers.

 

   (4)   when the marking is completed, the scripts shall be sorted out to give a numerical order, and the results shall be carefully transferred to the mark sheet.

 

   (5)   a distribution sheet showing the number of candidates obtaining each particular mark shall then be made.

 

   (6)   the scripts, mark sheet and the distribution sheet shall then be returned, by the Chairman, to the Director.

 

   (7)   a report shall be made out by the markers and sent to the Chairman, who in turn shall compile a comprehensive report for the whole exercise.

The report shall include information on candidates work in the examination and will be submitted to the Director together with any suggestions for future improvements.

 

19.   Evaluation of Practical Tests

   Practical tests shall be undertaken at the approved testing Centres as follows–

 

   (a)   the duration of practical tests shall be determined by the setters and approved by the relevant training committee;

 

   (b)   the proposals for practical tests of varying grades shall be prepared by the Central Trade Testing Unit and shall be sent in advance to the Regional Trade Testing Centres to enable the preparation of materials and sites;

 

   (c)   evaluation of tests shall be made on the spot by the Trade Test examiner in the form containing particulars as set out in Form NVTD/5 of the Third Schedule;

 

   (d)   at the end of the tests, the Central Trade Test Unit shall collect evaluation sheets and a meeting of the examiners and invigilators shall be convened to discuss the conduct of the tests in general and a detailed report to the Director shall be compiled outlining the experience of the examiners and the invigilators in general and any proposals they might wish to make to the Director.

 

20.   Final assessment

   (1) The Central Trade Test Unit shall compile a list of candidates with recommendations showing who have satisfied the examiners in terms of their performance in both practical and written tests.

   (2) The Director shall determine those who qualify for the award of the National Trade Test Certificates according to the norms of final assessment.

 

21.   Publication of results

   (1) The Director shall publish trade test results by posting a list of successful candidates on the Notice Boards of all Labour Offices, National Vocational Training Centres, District Commissioners, Trade Union District Secretaries and all major undertakings sponsoring candidates in the tests.

   (2) No separate communication shall be undertaken by the Central Trade Testing Unit or any officer of the Directorate to notify individual candidates.

 

22.   Award of Certificates

   (1) On successful completion of an authorised trade test, a certificate shall be awarded by the Director and a duplicate section of the certificates shall be retained by the Director for record purposes.

   (2) The certificate shall be on crested paper and shall contain the following particulars–

 

   (a)   Name of holder;

 

   (b)   Number of the certificate;

 

   (c)   Registration number of the candidate;

 

   (d)   Signature of holder with his photograph;

 

   (e)   Trade or occupation and Grade of Test;

 

   (f)   Date of issue;

 

   (g)   Place of issue;

 

   (h)   Signature of the Head of the Central Trade Testing Unit;

 

   (i)   Signature of the Director.

 

23.   Re-testing

   (1) A candidate who fails a trade test shall not be eligible to apply for further test in the category in which he had previously failed until he has undergone the relevant and related instruction course before re-testing.

   (2) In the event of a candidate failing the test for the second time, the Director may refuse him permission to re-take the test.

 

24.   Evaluation of foreign certificates

   (1) All foreign trade test certificates shall be evaluated on application being made to the Director.

   (2) The Director shall appoint suitable members to form an evaluation committee whose function shall be to evaluate foreign certificates and recommend the appropriate grade to which the applicant should be placed.

   (3) The evaluation committee may require all or any of such candidates to appear for a trade test before making any recommendation.

 

25.   Offences

   (1) Any person who knowingly and without authority possesses a trade test certificate which he is not entitled or defaces or alters a certificate or document under these Orders shall be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand shillings or to imprisonment for three years or to both.

   (2) Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of these orders commits an offence and on conviction is liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand shillings or to imprisonment for three years or to both.

FIRST SCHEDULE
SPECIFIED TRADES OR OCCUPATIONS

 

(Order 2)

 

1. 

Motor Vehicle Maintenance 

35. 

Cookery 

2. 

Plant Maintenance 

36. 

Water Treatment 

3. 

Panel Beating 

37. 

Steel Fixing 

4. 

Motor Cycle Maintenance 

38. 

Civil Draughting 

5. 

Auto Electrical 

39. 

Road Maintenance 

6. 

Plant Operating 

40. 

Wood Preservation 

7. 

Motor Driving 

41. 

Cabinet Making 

8. 

Spray Painting 

42. 

Wood Machining 

9. 

Fitting & Turning 

43. 

Plywood Making 

10. 

Sheet Metal 

44. 

Saw Doctoring 

11. 

Blacksmithing 

45. 

Logging 

12. 

Foundry 

46. 

Pattern Making 

13. 

Welding/Fabrication 

47. 

Textile Spinning 

14. 

Office Machine Repair 

48. 

Textile Processing 

15. 

Mechanical Draughting 

49. 

Textile Weaving 

16. 

Instrument Mechanics 

50. 

Shoe Making 

17. 

Machine Tool Maintenance 

51. 

Leather Goods Making 

18. 

Fitting Mechanical 

52. 

Tailoring & Dress Making 

19. 

Electroplating Making 

53. 

Cushion Making 

20. 

Sewing Machine Repair 

54. 

Basic Laboratory 

21. 

Electrical Installation 

55. 

Lithographic 

22. 

Armature/Motor Rewinding 

56. 

Composing 

23. 

Radio Maintenance Printing 

57. 

Photography 

24. 

Refrigeration/Air Conditioning 

58. 

Bookbinding Fitting 

25. 

Industrial Electronic 

59. 

Weapon Maintenance 

26. 

Industrial Electrical Fitting 

60. 

Cane Furniture Making 

27. 

Masonry/Bricklaying 

61. 

Rock Blasting 

28. 

Carpentry/Joinery 

62. 

Rock Drilling 

29. 

Painting 

63. 

Graphic Reproduction 

30. 

Signwriting 

64. 

Tool and Die Making 

31. 

Plumbing Pipe Fitting 

65. 

Truck Maintenance 

32. 

Plumbing/Main Drainlaying 

66. 

Pipe Fitting & Boiler Maintenance 

33. 

Pump Maintenance 

67. 

Diesel Engine Repair and Maintenance 

34. 

Pumping Stations Operation 

68. 

Agricultural Machinery Maintenance 

 

 

69. 

Wood carving 

 

 

70. 

Boat Building

SECOND SCHEDULE
FOMU NVTD/4
FOMU YA MAOMBI YA MAJARIBIO YA FUNDI

 

(Imetolewa chini ya Kanuni ya 10(2) ya Kanuni za Majaribio ya Ufundi Stadi).

 

JEDWALI LA PILI

 

SHERIA YA MAFUNZO NA MAJARIBIO YA UFUNDI

 

(SURA YA 82)

 

A.   MAELEKEZO: (Soma maelezo yote kabla ya kujaza fomu)– 

   (a)   Jaza fomu hii ipasavyo ama sivyo maombi yako hayatafikiriwa; 

   (b)   baada ya kuijaza fomu ipelekwe Ofisi ya Kazi au Chuo cha Mafunzo ya Ufundi kilicho karibu nawe; 

   (c)   Fomu lazima iambatane na picha tatu (Passport-Size); 

   (d)   kuna daraja tatu (3) za majaribio ya Ufundi. Ambazo ni– 

      (i)   Daraja la tatu (III) ambalo ni la kuanzia, 

      (ii)   Daraja la pili (II) ambalo ni la kati, 

      (iii)   Daraja la kwanza (I) ambalo ni la kumalizia. 

   Unafanya daraja la pili baada ya kufaulu daraja la tatu na daraja la kwanza baada ya kufaulu daraja la pili katika fani moja. Huruhusiwi kwenda kinyume cha sheria hii bila idhini ya MKURUGENZI. 

   (e)   Huruhusiwi kuomba au kufanya zaidi ya fani moja kwa wakati mmoja; 

   (f)   Ofisa wa Kazi au Mkuu wa Chuo cha Mafunzo ya ufundi atakueleza juu ya ADA za mtihani kwa kila Daraja.

 

 

B.   IJAZWE NA MWOMBAJI:– 

1.   (a)   Jina................................................................................................................... 

   (b)   Tarehe ya kuzaliwa....................................... Taifa ............................................. 

   (c)   Anuani............................................................................................................... 

   (e)   Ulifanya ufundi gani ................ daraja la ............................................................. 

   (d)   Lini na wapi ulifanya jaribio la mwisho la ufundi .................................................... 

   (f)   Endapo ulifaulu taja nambari ya Cheti/Mtihani ...................................................... 

   (g)   Ufundi unaoomba kufanya hivi sasa .............................. daraja la ........................ 

   (h)   Kama unarudia ni sehemu gani ya mtihani NADHARIA/VITENDO. 

      Taja namba ya mtihani ulipofanya NADHARIA/VITENDO. 

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C.   (1) ELIMU YA KAWAIDA

 

Msingi 

Sekondari 

Kisomo cha Manufaa 

Cheti cha juu ulichopata 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(2)   Mafunzo ya Ufundi:

 

 

 

Mwaka 

 

 

 

Toka 

Hadi 

Ufundi

Aina ya Mafunzo 

Jina la Shule 

 

 

 

Mafunzo ya awali 

 

 

 

 

Masomo ya jioni 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(3)   Mafunzo ya Ufundi Kiwandani:

 

Kama baada ya mafunzo yako ulijiunga na kiwanda kwa mazoezi (inplant) 

Kiwanda 

Mwaka 

Aina ya Mafunzo 

Kama hukupitia shule ya Ufundi na umejifunza toka kiwandani 

 

 

 

 

 

D.   Maelezo mafupi ya kazi yako:

 

   (a)   ........................................................................................................................ 

      ........................................................................................................................ 

      ......................................................................................................................... 

   (b)   Nathibitisha kwamba maelezo yote niliyoandika hapa juu ni sahihi na kwamba naweza kupoteza haki yangu ya kufanya mtihani endapo itabainika kwamba maelezo hayo ni ya uwongo. 

....................................................
Sahihi ya Mwombaji 

.................................................
Tarehe 

E.   Ijazwe na Waajiri/Mkuu wa Shule: 

   1 (a)   Mwombaji anasomea/anafanya kazi inayolingana na ufundi anaoomba kufanya mtihani. 

   2 (b)   Amekuwa shuleni/kiwandani kwa muda wa ......................................................... 

   (c)   Maelezo mafupi yahusuyo kazi/mafunzo ya mwombaji 

      ....................................................................................................................... 

      ....................................................................................................................... 

..........................................................
Sahihi na Mhuri wa
Mwajiri/Mkuu wa Shule
 

.................................................
Tarehe
 

F.   Kwa Matumizi ya Ofisi tu: 

 

      (1)   Amelipa Sh. ................................... Stakabadhi Na. ................................... 

         ya tarehe .......................................... 

 

.............................................
Sahihi na Mhuri wa Ofisa
wa Kazi/Mkuu wa Chuo
 

   (2) Maombi yemekubaliwa/yamekataliwa. Namba ya mtihani ni ................................ 

 

MKURUGENZI
Idara ya Mafunzo na Majaribio ya Ufundi

THIRD SCHEDULE
STANDARD MARKING SHEET FOR PRACTICAL TEST

 

THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING ACT

 

(CAP. 82)

 

(Order 19(C) of Training Scheme)

 

(Trade Testing) Order

 

   1.   Trade: ............................................ Grade: ...................................................... 

   2.   Exam No: ....................................... Name: ...................................................... 

      Trade of Test: ..................................... Place of Test ......................................... 

      Previous No.:..................................................................................................... 

   3.   Examiner/Invigilator: .......................................................................................... 

   4.   Task: ............................................................................................................... 

   5.   ASSESSMENT: 

 

 

Area of Assessment 

Possible 

 

Mark 

Score 

   A.   Applied Theory (Process Assessment) 

10 

      1.   Handling of tools, use of materials and tidiness 

10 

      2.    Safety Consciousness, time factor, etc. 

10 

   B.   Workmanship (Product Assessment) 

      3.   ................................................................. 

10 

      4.   ................................................................. 

10 

      5.   ................................................................. 

10 

      6.   ................................................................. 

10 

      7.   ................................................................. 

10 

      8.   ................................................................. 

10 

      9.   ................................................................. 

10 

      10.   ................................................................. 

10 

Total Score 

100 

   5.   Value of Score: 

 

 

      Performance above the average standard: 

 

 

         10 Excellent 

 

 

         9 Very Good 

 

 

         8 Good (Just above average) 

 

 

      Average performance 

 

 

         7 Satisfactory 

 

 

         6 Fair (Just above the minimum standard) 

 

 

         5 The Minimum standard 

 

 

      Performance below standard 

 

 

         4 Below the standard 

 

 

         2 Poor 

 

 

         0 Very poor 

 

 

   6.   COMMENTS: 

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