BY: Communication Team
More than 500 graduates were Friday December 7, 2023 awarded with diploma and certificate after training in technical courses at Kenya’s leading TVET institute, RVIBS.
In a ceremony attended by representatives from the Ministry of Education, State Department of TVET, the graduates were awarded after completion of their technical training which took between one and two years.
Speaking during the ceremony, Zipporah Ndung’u, speaking on behalf of the PS State Department of TVET Dr Esther Muoria, recognised RVIBS for ensuring young people are trained on technical skills.
Nakuru County Minister for Education Zipporah Ngugi urged the graduates to remain confident about their future and sue the skills gained to bring change in society.
The minister also urged the graduates to use the skills to be job creators.
The ceremony was also attended by the deputy principal Nyandarua National Polytechnic, Geoff Bradshaw – Vice President of US-based Madison Area Technical College and Kenya National Association of Private Colleges (Kenapco) chairperson Dr Ekrah Ndung’u.