A five-day Competency Based Curriculum training session for teachers has been conducted by the Instructors Service Commission (TSC). According to the Commission’s most current circular, the training will begin on May 25th and end on June 4th, 2021.
CBC TRAINING 2021 PAYMENT RATES READ ON FOR MORE INFORMATION.
For Curriculum Support Officers (CSO), instructors, and Head Teachers who are attending the program, the TSC has defined payment rates for travel allowances, compensation, and meals.
CSO AND CBC CHAMPIONSHIP TRAINING
Based on current fares, each participant will be reimbursed for travel expenses up to a maximum of Kshs.1000 (for CSO) and Kshs.800 (for other participants) (for the Champions)
For Kshs.400 per participant each day, the training institution will provide a venue and food (2 teas and lunch) for Kshs.400 per participant every day for three days, as well as stationery for Kshs.100.
Every participant will receive a daily subsistence allowance of Kshs. 3,000 to cover accommodation for four days.
ZONAL TRAINING FOR TEACHERS AND HEADTEACHERS
Each instructor would be provided Kshs.300 per day to cover travel expenses.
For a period of five days, each CSO and CBC champion will get a daily facilitation allowance of Kshs.1000.
Each participant will be paid Kshs.1000 each day for five days to cover their housing.
A communal lunch will be supplied for the duration of the workshop at a cost of Kshs.400 per participant and facilitator.
At a cost of Kshs.100 each participant, stationery was provided.
Fuel costs Kshs.5000 per vehicle, with a limit of two vehicles per county and three vehicles in counties hosting the Regional Director.
Regional Directors, County Directors, Deputy County Directors, two drivers, and the County Administrator are all present.
For each employment group, this will be paid at the existing rates.
ALLOWANCES ARE REMOVED
Rather than paying in cash, all payments must be done via bank transfer. There will be no cash withdrawals to recompense participants and venues.
The funds might be transferred through the bank’s bulk M-pesa facilities.
The County Account will generate payment schedules in the format required by their respective banks.
All payment schedules must be approved by the County Director before being delivered to the bank.
A copy of the schedule that has been acknowledged by the bank must be kept by the accountant.