Why technical education is important
We are aware of high rate of unemployment in Uganda. Even after finishing university studies it is hard to find employment. Technical training is a very good alternative to find an employment or continue to study at an advanced level. It is good to know that there are many possibilities for higher education after basic technical and vocational courses. Administration/Management. Vocational school is a short cut to several engineering courses.
On special arrangement short courses can be given to individuals in different skills.
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St. Joseph Vocational Training Center held an entreprenuership exhibition in partnership with Junior achievement Uganda , Austrian Development Coperation, Planning and Developm..........
Junior achievement Uganda has trained twenty-eight teachers at St Joseph Vocational Training Centre Kamuli in various areas of Entrepreneurship.
Teachers are the cornerstone of education, entrusted with the noble responsibility of shaping the future of our society. With this great privilege comes an even greater responsibility – to adhere to a stringent code of conduct. A teacher’s behaviour
Technical and vocational education has come a long way since its inception, evolving from humble beginnings in the form of apprenticeships and craft workshops to a well-structured system that bridges the gap between education and the workforce. One of the remarkable milestones in this evolution is the practice of training through the production of goods.