Tirisano Fellowship Programme
The Tirisano Fellowship is a 5 year international exchange programme introduced in 1999 to develop the skills of some of South Africa's most talented college managers. The programme is part of the South African government's overall strategy for the radical reform of the country's further education and training system and wider transformation of the economic and social environment of the post-apartheid democracy.
The Tirisano Fellowship forms part of a bi-lateral agreement between South Africa and the UK. The key organisations in this partnership are the South African national department of Education, British Council (South Africa/UK) and the Colleges Collaboration Fund (CCF) South Africa.
This mentorship programme for middle managers involves FE colleges in the UK who apply to host a South African fellow and then plan a tailor made professional development programme which the fellow completes during the three months of their stay in the UK.
The Tirisano Fellowship aims:
If you would like further information on the programme,
please download the 2002
brochure (PDF file, 586 KB).
For further information, contact:
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