NOTICE: Next PWG Meeting is on 24th June at Kibondeni College (8:30 am to 1pm)!
An engagement platform for public/private stakeholders to enhance the efforts of Kenya’s vocational training transformation
The PWG, established in 2014, comprises key stakeholders involved in the TVET sector in Kenya including government agencies, private sector companies, academia and development partners working together to oversee and assist in the transformation of Kenya’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system.
TVET has a significant role to play to facilitate effective implementation of numerous development projects in the manufacturing, infrastructure, science, technology and innovation sectors, as highlighted in Kenya's development blueprint, Vision 2030.
To achieve a “globally competitive quality education, training and research for sustainable development” within the TVET system, Kenya Vision 2030 places great emphasis on the link between education, training and the labour market, the need to create entrepreneurial skills and competencies and strong public and private partnerships.