Unemployed teachers appear eager to apply for permanent jobs when TSC advertises job vacancies. Even if some applicants are frequently overlooked yet are just as crucial throughout the selection process, the successful shortlisted candidates typically present themselves to the panelists with their documentation.
Some of the issues that need to be resolved before the interview include;
(A) Progression of learners’ results.
The majority of candidates do not keep records of the learners’ progress or analyzed results over the course of their teaching careers. Those who are aware of it carry it out for a year or term.
Below is the awarding criteria
- without results = 0.0
- 1yr results = 0.2
- 2 yrs results = 0.4
- 3 yrs results = 0.6
- 4yrs results =0.8
- 5yrs and above = 1.0.
Advice to interns, BOM, and unemployed teachers:
Carry results for at least three years that you can review in your mark books whenever you attend interviews. Your name ought to be in the mark book. Those who generate results using computers should make sure that their names are listed next to the subjects they teach on printed copies. To be valid, the mark books and printed results must both bear the school’s stamp.
(B).Documentation in co- curricular activities.
Some applicants have a tendency to hand in documents that detail their performance as students. Keep in mind that the grading criteria need one to provide proof of coaching learners in sports including soccer, basketball, athletics, and music.
The distribution of marks is shown below;
- school level =0.2
- sub county =0.4
- county level =0.6
- regional level = 0.8
- national level =1.0.
This urges co-curricular activity secretaries to consider awarding teachers certificates whenever they elevate students’ participation levels.
(C). Special talents/ leadership skills
When it comes to this section most candidates score low marks. Evidence needs to be presented to the panelists in order for one to have a good probability of scoring.
The evidence required include:
- Appointment letters for positions such as class teacher , head of department, head of study, etc.
Some applicants show up for interviews in a fairly depressing state. situations where you might be wearing a vest, a short sleeved shirt with tight sleeves, or have shaggy hair Every time someone attends an interview, their level of presentation leaves a lasting impression. Some applicants struggle with their document organization. While it is true that teachers seeking for work sometimes lack funds, one can nevertheless afford to purchase one pair of respectable clothes specifically for interviews.