KAM CEO’s Brief | 4th August 2017

KAM holds TVET Forum in Nakuru

Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) held a Technical Vocational and Education Training (TVET) Luncheon on 1st August, 2017 in Nakuru to engage industry on matters of technical skills in securing the future of our industries.

KAM in partnership with the German Corporation for International Development (GIZ) is driving a demand driven competency based Education and training for transferable skills in industry to enhance productivity, innovation and economic development.

KAM is committed to tap into young people at their most creative age and build the talent pipeline for industry in the area of technical and vocational skills internships and employee skills to meet consumer demand for high quality products and services.

For more information contact: tvet@kam.co.ke.

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