BY: Communication Team
The government has praised RVIBS for its efforts in providing technical skills to the youth in the country.
In a speech by the Permanent Secretary, State Department of TVET Dr Esther Muoria, the Ministry of Education recognised the role RVIBS is playing in preparing the youth for the job market.
“The ministry appreciates private investors like RVIBS that have taken the initiative to partner with the Government in providing technical and vocational education training opportunities to the youth of this Nation,” Dr Muoria said.
“The ministry appreciates the services this institution has offered in skilling the youth and preparing for the world of work,” Muoria added.
She hailed the institution’s board of directors for pedaling RVIBS in the right direction making it among the giants in offering technical skills.
“The board’s collective wisdom has been instrumental in guiding RVIBS to adapt and evolve, responding to both local, regional and global workforce demands. This adaptability is evident in the institute’s dynamic curriculum, which caters to various aspects of technical and vocational education,” she said.
The speech was made during RVIBS’ 19th Graduation Ceremony which took place at the institute’s Nakuru Campus Friday December 17, 2023.
The event was also attended by the Nakuru County Minister for Education Zipporah Ngugi, US-based Madison Area Technical College vice president Geoff Bradshaw and Kenya National Association of Private Colleges (KENAPCO) chair Dr. Ekrah Ndung’u. Also present was RVIBS directors John Kimemia, Naomi Njambi among others.
More than 500 graduates were awarded with diploma, certificate and artisan courses.
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