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The Director of MHK, Mielke Eckhard and the Principal of IPRC South Dr. Barnabe Twabagira signing the memorandum of understanding

Rwanda, Germany agree to improve technical skills

on December 12, 2014, 10:11 am / in Amasomo, English, featured

Rwanda and Germany have agreed to improve technical skills of Rwandan students through exchanging training programs. Following the initiative, Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center (IPRC-South) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Meisterschule Für Handwerker Kaiserslautern (MHK) University located German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The collaboration between the two institutions is aimed at promoting quality training through training of trainers and in […]

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Huye: TVT gives skills and employability

Huye: TVT gives skills and employability

on November 7, 2014, 9:44 am / in Amasomo, English, featured

The Rwandan government is keen on reshaping the national skills development system in order to reduce the skills mismatch, promote waged and self-employment for young people and mobilize different ways of learning to cope with the need for highly skilled workers. With the financial support from Society for Family Health (SFH), a non-profit organisation that fights against HIV/AIDS 30 youth […]

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Briefing session.

Street children, bicycle operators to acquire vocational skills

on November 4, 2014, 11:13 am / in Amasomo, English, featured

The Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center-Eastern Province (IPRC EAST) has officially launched a three-month training in Masonry and Electricity to former street children and bicycle taxi operators (Abanyonzi), with the intention to improve their living standards through vocational trainings. At IPRC East. The trainings will be attended by 30 former street children, 30 bicycle taxi operators, thus a total of 60 […]

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Nyaruguru: Girls urged to embrace technical education

Nyaruguru: Girls urged to embrace technical education

on November 1, 2014, 9:35 am / in Amasomo, featured

Jeane Izabiriza, executive secretary of Southern Province has appealed to female students to venture in technical education, saying the perception that the profession is for men originates from our cultures. She said what is lacking is career guidance in secondary schools to encourage young girls to take up vocational studies. She said that there is a need to demystify the […]

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