purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting Sustainable and
Quality TVT projects in public TEVET institutions in Zambia.
the present challenges on the Technical and Vocational training has jeopardized
the sustainability for Education in terms of quality project Training Delivery
and provision of good service in Zambia. Therefore, the good corporate
Governance is a cornerstone and hallmark of any successful entity be in health business,
education or indeed any other undertaking in any sector.
Zambian Government introduced "Management Boards initiative" for it
to survival and produce positive results; however, in an effort to fulfill this
obligation, the Zambian Government has encountered obstacles and Globalization
challenges that have considerably weakened its role. Therefore, the policy of
the management board and lack of suitable curriculum development have attracted
debate in the Technical and Vocational training sector.
study is therefore, an attempt to identify and discuss problems and constraints
responsible for the declining standards (provision of quality training
delivery) or total quality assurance in the Ministry of Education Science
Vocational Training and Education Early Child (MESVTEE) and recommend possible
need for understanding the study was based on the concept of embracing
sustainability as the life blood. The Methodology research was guided by a
qualitative mode of inquiry called Action Research as the primary methodology.
Action research is simply a form of self-reflective enquiry undertaken by
participants. Thus, three selected public TEVET institutions were used as a
case study and targeted 150 total samples population in Lusaka. The instruments
used to collect data were questionnaires, focus group, interviews and
observation schedules. Data collected were analysed qualitatively.
study also looked at factors that could affect Sustainable and Quality Project
Training Delivery (SQPTD) either positively or negatively such as political
impact, globalization impact, and economic impact, social and environmental
impacts. The study made known that the Ministry of Science Technology,
Vocational Training and Education Early Child (MESTVTEE) has been neglected and
instigated by a complex set of challenges which include; decentralization of
operations in public TEVET institutions and mismatch between training and needs
of industry. Furthermore, the study revealed that Zambian people need sustainable
curriculum that can answer their current problems. 4
also provided the information that, SQPTD is a philosophy of continuous
improvement which can provide public TEVET institutions with a set of practical
tools for meeting and exceeding present and future TEVET graduates needs, wants
study therefore was an attempt to identify and discuss problems and constraints
responsible for the failure of embracing sustainability as the driving force of
SQPTD. Thus, to overcome these challenges, the study examined a key number of
- Disregard of Sustainable and Quality Project Training Delivery (SQPTD).
- Disregard of labour-market and high unemployment rate among TEVET graduates.
- Criticism of Public TEVET Management Boards performance
- Inadequate funding of TEVET projects
- and lack of accountability in TEVET institutions
- Inadequate of training materials for TEVET students.
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