The distributed delocalization policy for preceptors has been repealed indeed as the Kenya National Union of teachers( KNUT) urges Teacher Service Commission, TSC, to review the grading system for preceptors and acclimatize them on the same for familiarity.
According to the rearmost media briefing, Secretary General Collins Oyuu said that this was meant to exfoliate light on topical issues that were addressed during the Naivasha retreat with the employer TSC and possible results and farther updates them on the progress of the relationship between the union and TSC.
Oyuu added that the policy has been repealed and they’re conscious of the challenges some of their members are facing in their current stations of work occasioned by delocalization, which they’re addressing as they come.
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“ We entered numerous complaints from our reputed members and took up the matter with the employer head- on. The current position is that the policy has been repealed, ” saidMr. Oyuu. As similar, Oyuu urges preceptors who are still displeased by the policy to consult the union for results.
The delocalization policy was meant to have preceptors transferred to new points other than their areas of origin or where they’ve been since they began their tutoring career, which the union says has not fared well with preceptors.
KNUT master maintains the union’s offer shall and will continue to be that preceptors to be duly acclimatized on their positions within the grading system, since TSC has n’t relatively invested in sensitizing preceptors on the same, with utmost preceptors being stuck between the old grading system and the new bone
since veritably little has been done by the employer.
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He observed that the current grading of preceptors is relatively strange to them and if possible, the grading should be made clearer like it used to be in the history that is, the B5, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, D1, D2, D3, D4, D5 versus the job groups G, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q and T5 to T15 grading.
The Naivasha retreat which was held between July 7, 2022, and July 9, 2022, was aimed at icing that both parties are familiar with the current challenges in the tutoring profession and how they intend to address them moving forward.
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