Mamorake Matsie


Mamorake-MatsieConsultant: Training and Marketing (Public and Private Entities Liaison)


Educational background


2002 Accredited assessor – Quality People Development (CC)
1987 Masters in Education (Science) – Assessment and Evaluation in Primary Science in Lesotho – University of Bristol, UK.
19861980 Diploma in Advanced Studies in Education – University of Bristol, UK. Science Educators’ (train-the-trainer) Certificate – University of Sierra Leone. (Primary School Level)
1973 Teacher’s Certificate in Mathematics and Science (Secondary School Level) – University of Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland.
Work experience
2013 – present Director: Training and Marketing (Public and Private Entities Liaison); Jika Communication and Training.
August 2013 Training of teachers in the Language of Learning and Teaching for UNICEF in collaboration with the Mpumalanga Department of Education
2006 Developed the first Learnership Implementation Strategy for the Free State Department of Education.
2005 – 2006 Started and ran the first learnership in the Free State Department of Education.
2004 – 2013 Senior Education Specialist: IQMS and Educator Training, DoE Free State.
2003 – 2004 Deputy Principal – Petunia Secondary School, Bloemfontein.
2001 Part-time Mathematics Didactics Lecturer – University of the North – QwaQwa Campus.
1988 – 2002 Senior Science Lecturer – Sefikeng College of Education, QwaQwa.
1982 – 1988 Science Lecturer – National Teacher Training College, Lesotho.
1973 – 1981 Mathematics and Science teacher – Hlotse High School, Lesotho.


Writing and publishing background
Primary Science books for standards 1 to 3 in Lesotho, Macmillan Publishers.
Primary Science books for Teacher Opportunity Services (TOPS) in South Africa: British Council Publishers. Member of the team that developed the programme: ‘Students and Youth into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics’. A South African initiative meant to improve numbers and quality of learners going into scientific fields of study.