FIRST TRACKING NEW SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM

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The Directorate of industrial training DIT is carrying out competence-based training on the various vocational skills for the industry assessors as well as lower secondary school verifiers.
The acting Director Patrick Byakatonda says ministry of education and sports is ready with curriculum assessors and verifiers to first track comprehensive secondary school learning.

The directorate of industrial training in the ministry of education and sports has started training Staff for the new lower secondary school curriculum
The verifiers will monitor and oversee assessors, advise the directorate and assessment centres on the key areas of improvement.
The acting director at the directorate of industrial training encouraged staff to exhibit vigilance in acquiring these competences.

Byakatonda was inspecting staff doing hands on training in cookery and bakery at ULRIKA training Centre in Kawuku- Entebbe.
The administrator at Ulrika Training centre, sister Jane Rose Nakimwero, said promoting skills will create employment.

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