Representatives from TVET schools around Kigali city received three categories of Industrial Attachment Program log books to facilitate students during internships.
These were from public, private and public subsidized VTCs, TSS and IPRC-Kigali from the three districts that make up Kigali city of Nyarugenge, Gasabo and Kicukiro.
The first category is a student’s /graduate’s log book that is meant to guide the bearer to carry out self assessment, do revision of tasks done, indicate new ideas acquired and problems encountered during internship.
In the second category, TVET schools also received copies of directors’ and school liaison officers’ log books which will also help them to assess or evaluate students during the same period of internship.
A company supervisor’s log book forms the third category and according to the Private Sector partnership officer Diogene Kagango, such log books will help company and industry liaison officers to assess students admitted for internships.
This follows an Industrial attachment program which has also been designed to place TVET Students in companies/ industries to acquire practical hands on skills under the mentorship of a company supervisor with vast experience in that area.
According to Jean Marie Nzabamwita representing Group Scolaire ADB Nyarutarama the new development will help schools to make a clear follow-up on students and identify their needs as well during their internships.
An industrial attachment framework has also been developed in a project that has the overall goal to provide a pilot implementation in selected TVET schools. The results of the pilot shall be evalauated and thereafter replicated in the remaining TVET schools.
The distribution exercise will be extended to other TVET schools especially through the IPRCs located in each province.
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