“As a country, we have long neglected the TVET sector and emphasized on academic papers to a point where we have people without jobs and jobs without people. We have people in the country with skills and no papers and this is a group that cannot be overlooked, especially because the Jua Kali sector employs over 80% of the Kenyan working population. We are finding a way of recognizing skills without necessarily engaging classrooms, that is where the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) comes in.” – Dr. Juma Mukhwana on @KTNNewsKE
Dr. Juma Mukhwana addresses the state of Technical Education in Kenya on KTN News
Dr Juma Mukhwana, Director General of the KNQA on KTN discussing about promoting youth skills development and employability. He emphasized that our colleges must impart high Quality and Relevant Skills to assure Employability.