TVET PS lauds KNQA for developing 2023-2027 Strategic Plan

PS TVET Dr Esther Muoria (centre), KNQA Council Chair Stanley Kiptis (left), KNQA CEO Dr. Alice Kande (right), along with members of the KNQA Council and the Senior Management team, during a workshop to review the KNQA Strategic Plan 2023–2027 in Naivasha.

The Principal Secretary, State Department for Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Dr Esther Muoria has termed the Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA) 2023-2027 Strategic Plan as a well- thought-out plan, intricately structured instrument that will steer the Authority to greater heights.

The PS while speaking during the Council retreat to finalise the KNQA Strategic Plan today, May 20, 2024 at Lake Naivasha Resort, Naivasha said that KNQA has played a pivotal role in harmonising the education system as well as addressing issues that touch on skills that contribute towards sustaining the economy.

“All this efforts, in one way or another, are implementing the Bottom –up Economic Transformation Agenda of investing in the economy. A harmonised education system will help in maximizing and leveraging the existing and emerging skills, thereby boosting the economy in a major way,” she said.

She said the strategy will align with the key pillars of Vision 2030, inseminated in 2008 as well as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to offer quality education, decent work, economic growth and climate change.


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Muoria further said the government through the Ministry of Education is fully supportive of the process, through all the needful steps to the point of implementation and actualisation of the strategic plan as KNQA has proven to be relevant in keeping up with emerging trends and enhancing quality, inclusion and access to education for all groups.

Members of the KNQA Council during the review of the Strategic Plan in Naivasha.

At the same time, KNQA Council Chairperson Stanley Kiptis assured that the KNQA is committed to ensuring unlimited supply of skilled labour force, nationally, continentally and globally.

KNQA Director General Dr Alice Kande on her part revealed that the strategic plan will play a key role in providing quality service delivery and committing to serving with professionalism and integrity which calls for being responsive and accountable to the public.

By Vostine Ratemo

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