KAM launched its Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programme on 23rd May 2017 in Mombasa as part of the organization’s goal to bridge the skills gap in the country.
Since the launch of the national programme in Nairobi early in the year, KAM has worked with TVET institutions and Industry to place 100 technical skills graduates in various companies in Nairobi and trained an additional 140 graduates on work readiness in preparation for industrial placement.
KAM Coast Chapter Chair, Mr. Jinal Shah noted that investing in TVETs is the only sure way to secure the future of this country, guaranteeing long term productivity, economic sustainability and inclusive growth.
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Global Compact Network Kenya held the second Communication On Progress (COP) Induction for members.
The COP is an annual communication to stakeholders on a company’s progress on the four issue areas of Human Rights, Labour Standards, Environment and Anti corruption.
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