Zonal VET Boards were established to ensure that VETA services
are spread all over the country.
Zonal VET Boards have their membership composition including representatives
from key stakeholders in VET namely, A Chairman to be appointed by
the Board; 3 members nominated by the organizations for the time
being representing employers; 2 members to be nominated by trade union
movements representing employees; 1 member to be nominated by the
Regional Administration; 1 member to be nominated by non-governmental
organization representing a training institution. The Regional Director
shall be Secretary to the Regional board. Select
and Click a zone under VET Zonal
boards bar on the left to visit each one.
The composition is meant to ensure that
strategic interests of key stakeholders and partners in the VET system are
taken on board through the Board being collectively a source of serious
agenda for skills development.
FUNCTIONS OF THE ZONAL BOARD
There are nine functions of the Zonal Boards which aim to achieve a cutting
edge of VET provision in the zones. Boards shall:-
VET activities within the Region.
direct supervision and serve as the governing board for all vocational
training centres within the region.
guidelines and supervision on budget preparations by vocational education
and training institutions within the region
budget proposals for vocational training centres managed by the authority
within the region and forward the budgets to the Board.
regional priorities for vocational education and training.
vocational training centres managed by the authority within the region to
utilize any funds raised from fees or other activities of the centres.
out inspection of vocational training centres according to regulations and
guidelines laid down by the Board
an annual reports to the National Board on training and related activities in the
the National Board on any matter related to the improvement of vocational education
and training in the region.