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January 17, 2011

JICA and Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) support Tanzanian vocational teachers to up their teaching skill

Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA) Dar es Salaam RVTSC and JICA organize the seminar to support 21 teachers in the field of automobile engineering from different vocational schools and higher education institution including VETA, Folk Development College (FDC), Vocational Training College (VTC), and National Institute of Transport (NIT).
7 Japanese Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV) of Automobile Engineering Sub-committee, which is led by Mr. Ryuji Oshita, and 2 coordinators of Tanzanian Automobile Maintenance Teaches Club (TAMTC), Mr. Deogratius Lufunga and Mr. Erick M. Mpokwa will deliver lectures in the seminar from Monday 17 January to Friday 21 January 2011.

During the seminar vocational teachers will learn how to deliver a lecture based on its lecture plan with handouts and sample tools to promote better understanding of students. The seminar is giving a chance to the participants to review an ordinary method of lecturing. Active discussions by the participants in review sessions will guarantee that they will have a critical thinking on the method and quality of the lecture at the end of the seminar. The topics of lectures will include Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI), Air Induction, Sensor, Fuel System, and Wire Diagram.

JICA keeps strengthening partnerships with vocational training institutions, including VETA and FDC to support the people of Tanzania.


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