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Employability Skills for TVET Graduates

Business and industry representatives in both developed and developing countries have expressed considerable dissatisfaction with the general level of preparedness of prospective entry-level employees. Employability Skills for TVET Graduates Employers usually find that they have: (i) unclear direction and goals with very little understanding of their career path; (ii) low self confidence and poor motivation; (iii) low…

More Technical Institutions for Better Skilled Workers

The government will establish extra Technical Vocational Education and Training institutions in a bid to bolster technical education in the country, education cabinet secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has said. Prof Kaimenyi disclosed that the government will put up TVET institutions in every constituency beginning this year. The cabinet secretary, who presided over the 14th graduation ceremony at the…

Let’s make TVET policy a success

It is often said technical training is vital for the growth of the economy. However, the value of being competent in a specific skill does not currently reflect in the remuneration of technical workers, even though our national development strategies such as Vision 2030 and the Big Four agenda should and will be steered by…

Growth of TVET skills should be supported

The discovery of oil in Turkana and the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) helped to expose skill gaps that Kenya needs address fast. During the construction of SGR, labour had to be imported to cover for skill gaps such as welding. The same fate befell the firms exploring for oil in Turkana who had…

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