Chengelo School offers high quality sixth form academic education. A highly qualified and experienced team is committed to preparing and equipping students to achieve success and progress to university or higher level vocational education. Sixth form at Chengelo is vibrant, intellectually stimulating and friendly.
The Kafue Gorge Regional Training Centre (KGRTC) provides specialised training solutions in hydropower as well as information and communication technologies in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and Sub-Saharan regions. This centre is ISO 9001 certified and a Grade One registered institution with TEVETA.
Educore Teacher's Academy uses schools to train local trainees who will eventually replace those that are non-Zambians. The training is carried out at all levels of the programme. Yearly, newly qualified trainees are hired to act as classroom aides in their placement classes. Employment is offered upon completion of their programme.
Springfields Coaching Centre allows students to choose between 3 to 5 subjects from a list of 12 subjects. The subjects offered include Maths, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Accounts, Business Studies, Economics, History, English Literature, Law and Applied Information and Communication Technology
Educore Teacher's Academy uses schools to train local trainees who will eventually replace those that are non-Zambians. The training is carried out at all levels of the programme. Yearly, newly qualified trainees are hired to act as classroom aides in their placement classes. Employment is offered upon completion of their programme.
Livingstone Institute of Business and Engineering Studies provides education, guidance and excellent coaching for diploma and degree courses in engineering and business studies. LIBES is producing qualified experts to plan, design, manufacture, operate and service a wide range of new machinery, devices and techniques.
Makeni Islamic Society Trust has established the first teacher training Muslim college in the region providing both Deeni Talem and secular education. The college is affiliated with the University of Zambia, School of Education with complete approval from the Ministry of Education, helping Zambia's national requirement for teachers.
Aero Precision College offers courses in aviation throughout the year. The college has a flexible training model, which can be tailored to suit each individual student's needs. Training services are centred at Aero Precision College's 2 Lusaka bases – Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and Compensation House on Cairo Road.

Colleges

Colleges in Zambia are scattered everywhere, most of them are public colleges, funded by the government. However, the number of private colleges in Zambia is increasing at a faster rate than public colleges. Whether entering the education field for the first time, investigating a career change or attaining credits for professional development, Zambian colleges have a programme for you. Disciplines offered include but not limited to business and management, information technology and communication, health sciences, laboratory sciences, art and music, communication skills and library studies, journalism and printing and office management. All programmes are continuously reviewed and focus on transferable skills that will make participants more successful when navigating the labour market.

Over the years, a huge number of students have transferred to various universities to advance their education. Experienced lecturers deliver rigorous curricula to empower you with the skills and confidence needed in today's diverse world. Along with quality instruction from superb faculty, colleges offer an abundance of out-of-class opportunities to provide students with a well-rounded experience and solid preparation for the future. Their goal is to educate students who become leaders in their fields and have a clear understanding of the impact their work has on society.

With dedicated lecturers, colleges in Zambia have set high academic standards. Close interaction with students is the rule here: lecturers become mentors and friends. The philosophy of the colleges has been, and continues to be, student-centered. Colleges have been recognised for having one of the most dynamic and comprehensive higher education systems. They offer outstanding certificate and diploma programmes built around careers that are in demand. Students of all ages and educational levels also can prepare for a new career, sharpen job skills or explore personal interests through the many programmes offered.

Colleges ensure they keep class sizes small so students receive personalised attention from their faculty, and a hands-on learning approach allows them to develop real-world experience. As a result, colleges have designed specialised programmes that give graduates a competitive edge in the dynamic global marketplace. Grounded in their mission to prepare students to go out and change the world, Zambian colleges dedicate themselves to the pursuit of excellence in everything they do.