Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology( JKUAT) has entered an blessing to establish a Technical and Vocational Education Training( TVET) institute.
This institution will be established at its Karen lot in Nairobi.
Jomo Kenyatta got this blessing from the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority, the agency regulating andco-ordinating tvet training in the country.
The new institute to be established, to be will be headed by the former Director of the JKUAT Mombasa CBD Campus Dr Fridah Simba.
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She’s also set to admit scholars in January 2023, coming time.
An Authority carried out an assessment at the institute’s installations in Karen, and provisionally gave the green light for the institute to announce January input as part of JKUAT statement indicates.
This examination had covered the felicity of the physical structure and coffers, classes that have been developed, staffing, as well as governance and leadership of the institute. ”
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later an blessing was a capstone of months-long sweats by the university and other stakeholders at a time the government is concentrated on specialized sodalities in the hunt to feed the labour request with tradesmen and technicians.
The current JKUAT Vice Chancellor prof. Victoria Ngumi said the institution will explore on new ways to help learners in progressing from vocational training to study for university degrees.
She added that they’re keen as a university, on icing that when they transfer training and chops, they do n’t leave anyone behind.
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She added that every Kenyan child deserves a shot at acquiring chops that can empower them economically.
It should be noted that the registration most kenyan learners TVETs institutions hit a literal high. former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration with a focus on reviving specialized sodalities.
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