Eritrea

Country

Eritrea

Project

Lecturer Electrical Engineering.
Writing course outlines and curricula.
Establishing linkages with research centers and ministries.

Lead company

In Eritrea, I’ve worked lecturing students of the Electrical Engineering department in the technical subjects. Writing course outlines for the Electrical Installations program and curriculum development for electrical engineering was also part of my job. Guidance and counseling of students, overseeing graduate assistants and laboratory assistants ensured the quality of the output. Lastly I established links with the Eritrean industrial sector for research and field placements of students. Organizing and guiding field trips to power plants for educational purposes.


Country

Eritrea

Project

EU, Capacity building for the Ministry of Education

Targets

Developing national recognized occupational standards for Electrical Engineering
Developing demand driven learning programs for technical schools

My role

Workshop leader on Dacum and occupational profiles

In Eritrea I’ve lead workshops with representatives of the industry to hold a Dacum workshop and develop occupational standards in electrical engineering. These Documents were then used in the ministry of education to develop Competency Based Learning programs for technical schools, so enhancing the capacities of the Ministry of Education’s curriculum department and TVET department.

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