Certificate and Diploma LITA Application 2022/23 Academic Year Online LITA Application Sytem 2022/23 Veterinary Training Agency (LITA) through Tengeru, Buhuri, Mpwapwa, Morogoro, Madaba, Temeke, Mabuki and Kikulula Campuses – welcomes applications to join training in livestock related fields, in the academic year 2022/2023. The courses offered are;
- Certificate and Diploma in Livestock Health and Production.
- Certificate and Diploma in Veterinary Laboratory Technician Design.
- Diploma in Pasture Development and Ndorobo Control.
Qualifications of the applicans
- Must have completed Form Four and passed at least four subjects with a D mark and above.
- The two subjects should be Science which is Biology, Agriculture, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Geography
- OR Form Six with two science subject subsidiaries,
- OR A Form Four graduate and has progressed to VETA Vocational Training Colleges with a NVA Level 3 or Trade Test I.
The deadline for applications is 30/07/2022.
Students selected by OR-PMO-TAMISEMI to join the training on LITA campuses are reminded to confirm and download the training form to join the training via the LITA Website www.lita.go.tz For more information use the following numbers: 0754 746 782; 0754 828 688; 0786 203 825 and 0733 540 544; OR visit the Agency Website: www.lita.go.tz
Livestock Training Agency (LITA) was established as a Government Executive Agency under the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries in accordance with the Executive Agency Act No. 30 (Cap. 245) of the year 1997 and its subsequent amendments. The agency was established on 1st September, 2011 and started to execute its core functions in the financial year 2012/2013.
LITA was formed by merging six training centres which were previously recognized as Livestock Training Institutes (LITIs) under the Ministry responsible for Livestock Development. The previous six LITIs (with years of their establishments in brackets) include: Mpwapwa – Dodoma (1936), Morogoro – Morogoro (1948), Tengeru – Arusha (1952), Temeke – Dar es Salaam (1973), Buhuri – Tanga (1984), and Madaba – Songea (1989). Before establishment of LITA, trainings on livestock were operated by LITIs under the Directorate of Training, Research and Extension Services of the Ministry responsible for Livestock Development. After establishment of LITA, the LITIs became de facto and fully-fledged campuses under the agency in 2016 according to the National Council for Training and Education (NACTE) registration and accreditation procedures.