Teaching Council of Zambia closes 10 Colleges on the Copperbelt

The Teaching Council of Zambia (TCZ), has closed down 10 Colleges on the Copperbelt which have been operating without licenses.

TCZ Assistant Director Joel Kamoko Said the institutions were shut down following the teaching Progression Act No. 5 of 2013 which states that no institution shall hold out as a college or Provide training activities without the approval and inspection of the teaching Council.

Mr. Kamoko advised students at the college to always ensure that they consult the District Education Board Secretary (Debs) on which colleges are registered before enrolling into any institution.

He said it is sad that some people enroll into institutions without knowing that they will have a hard time in finding employment because the College they attended is unregistered.

The teaching Council who were accompanied Copperbelt Provincial Education Officer (PESO), Dominic Nyambe Closed down a Satellite College in Kalulushi which offers primary and secondary teaching programs.

And Dr. Nyambe has urged all Zambians running colleges across the country to abide the law and follow the right procedure when establishing them.

Meanwhile, District Education Board Secretary (DEBS), Godfridah Phiri said the district is following the Code of Ethics and over 90 percent of teachers in Chililabombwe have registered with the teaching Council.

Alice Nachilembe

Alice Nachilembe is a Journalist who yearns for a better country with leaders being accountable to their mandate without oppressing the governed.

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