Join TVET if you did not qualify for university, youth told

Mukiria TTI Principal Michael Maina who has encouraged youth who did not qualify for university to join TVETs.

Youth who did not attain the minimum university entry grade of C+ in 2023 KCSE have been advised to enroll in Technical and Vocation Education Training (TVET) institutions for technical courses.

Mukiria Technical Training College Principal Michael Maina urged them to take up these courses because they are more marketable with plenty of job opportunities worldwide.

He said TVET colleges offer lifelong learning opportunities because learners can still pursue courses of their specialization to the highest level without following the traditional paths, noting that with the huge government investment in the sub-sector, trainees have a lot to gain and will acquire skills to enable them secure jobs and employ themselves.

A student in the computer lab at Mukiria TTI. The college offers a wide range of market-driven courses.

“TVETS are today the most sought after institutions because they offer hands-on training and experience. We also collaborate with relevant industry players who contribute on the kind of training that fits the job market,” said Maina.

The principal called on parents to trust the technical institutions, promising to impact them with lifetime unique, enviable and modern skills which will make them hot cakes in the job market.

He invited those who qualified for university to also try their luck in these colleges.

“TVETS offer an opportunity to the youth to pursue their dreams. For those who qualify for university education but feel their dream careers will not be achieved as they are likely to be locked out by cut off points, they are free to join technical colleges,” he said.

By John Majau

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