Improving The Quality Of Service In Youth Polytechnics: A Demand-Led Approach To Skills Planning And Development

IEA Kenya, CTL and CEDGG

Improving The Quality Of Service In Youth Polytechnics: A Demand-Led Approach To Skills Planning And Development    File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 1776
Post Date:
22 January 2018

Among the objectives of the education sector policy in Kenya is the realization of a Kenyan workforce that is well trained and specialized to international standards; to stimulate employment; and contribute to improved productivity, competitiveness and prosperity of individuals. Kenya, which aspires to become a middle income economy by the year 2030, can only realize an innovative economy through technological innovation. Skills acquired through Technical and Vocational
Education and Training (TVET) are essential in preparing students for a multiplicity of positions in the industry and the informal sector.


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