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Posted: 29 Mar 2016 07:55
Category: Education & Schools
Location: Africa , Tanzania , Dar es Salaam
Address: Sam Nujoma Rd, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Phone: +255 22 2863683
After independence in 1961, the Government inherited two Trade Schools operated by the Ministry of Education. These were Ifunda & Moshi Technical Schools. The schools ran a three-year training programme for youth who had completed primary school education and the curriculum was broad in the first year with subsequent specialization during the second and third years. A period of two years indentured apprenticeship scheme was Songeaed to follow the school based training. Apprenticeship training was based on a 1940 ordinance; Cap.81 of the Laws. The schools were initially established to fill a real need because the country had neither the industrial network nor the skilled workers who could train others on the job. But while the curriculum placed great emphasis on workshop practice, the schools were at the same time conforming to the requirements of the education system instead of the industry system
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