Welcome to VETA Skills Site
The Vocational Educational and Training Authority (VETA) was established by an Act of Parliament No. 1 of 1994 charged with broad tasks of coordinating, regulating, financing, Promoting and providing vocational education and training in Tanzania The history of VETA dates back to 1940 when the Apprenticeship Ordinance was enacted to guide training in the industry. The Vocational Training Act of 1974, which established the National Vocational Training Division was replaced by the Vocational Educational and Training Act. of 1994
"Skilled Labour Force the Future of Tanzania"
NABE is National Business Examinations. Examinations are administered twice a year in May and November each year. Intending candidates should obtain examination application form from VETA Regional Directors, Centre Managers or Principal of VTCs The fee must be paid to the VETA Regional Directors, Centre Managers or to Principals of VTC’s.
VETA adopted Competence Based Education and Training (CBET) approach in 1998 as part of its efforts to ensure provision of demand driven training whose assessment system is known as Competence Based Assessment(CBA).
MISSION AND VISION
“To ensure provision of quality VET that meets labour market needs, through effective regulation, coordination, financing and promotion, in collaboration with stakeholders".
“To develop an excellent Vocational Education and Training (VET) system that is capable of supporting national social economic development in the global context”.