Graduates of Long-Distance Passenger Bus Attendant Training Awarded Certificates
On March 4, 2024, at the premises of the College of Business Education (CBE) campus in Dar es Salaam, a historic event unfolded as certificates were conferred upon 42 graduates of the passenger bus attendant training program. The training, spanning two consecutive weeks, covered all essential aspects of the role.

Speaking at the event, the Guest of Honor, Honorable David M. Kihenzile (MP), Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Transport, lauded the innovative approach of the College of Business Education in establishing this education system for passenger bus attendants. He urged the graduates to utilize their acquired knowledge with professionalism and deliver superior service. Additionally, he emphasized the importance for transport vehicle owners to prioritize the welfare of their employees and enhance their benefits. He also requested them to submit a three-year action plan, ensuring that all attendants receive training.

Professor Edda Tandi Lwoga, the College of Business Education Rector, expressed gratitude to the Guest of Honor and all stakeholders who contributed to the success of the event. She congratulated the graduates for their successful completion and encouraged them to apply their newfound knowledge diligently in their respective roles. Professor Lwoga also announced the College's commitment to conducting similar training programs at its campuses in Dodoma, Mwanza, and Mbeya to ensure broader accessibility to such vital training.

Representatives from various sectors including the Land Transport Regulatory Authority (LATRA), Road Safety Corps, Fire and Rescue Brigade, Tanzania Passenger Transport Commission (TABOA), Tanzania Railways Corporation (TRC), Tanzania Zambia Railways Authority (TAZARA), National Arts Council (BASATA), Red Cross, and Web Technology Company Ltd. shared their insights on the importance of passenger bus attendant training and called for increased resources to improve training environments. The event served as an excellent opportunity to foster collaboration in enhancing road safety and ensuring quality service for passengers.