TUCSIN is well known for upgrading courses and every year TUCSIN students excel with good marks for the NSSC examinations (Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate Exam). But the institution also designs and implements new courses on request or according to perceived needs. One such course was administered for sea cadets on behalf of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources. The Ministry of Defence had students upgraded for further training at a military academy in Brazil. The University of Namibia assigned TUCSIN the task of preparing students for the faculty of Agriculture. A Public Relations Course was designed on behalf of San students associated with the Working Group for Indigenous Minorities in Southern Africa (WIMSA). In all cases the feed-back about the further performance of course participants was impressive.
2018: A group of 52 dedicated teachers serve TUCSIN in full-time or part-time capacity at the main campus in Mont-Blanc-Street Windhoek, at the Centres in Whk-Khomasdal, at TUCSIN North in Oshakati and Rundu. 2017: We welcome Cliff Olivier as new director & Dr Wilfried Bezuidenhout as new Chairperson of TUCSIN more
A success story - 40 years of TUCSIN: Dr Grace Kangueehi tells her fruitful story in The Zone (Republikein), 5/6/2018
2017/8: TUCSIN established a database for qualified and experienced Grade 12 teachers at its Centres – please have a look: Teacher Recruitment Database