WDA BoD appreciated the progress made by schools towards the recommendations

Board of directors of Workforce Development Authority (WDA) have hailed the development made on the newly constructed/renovated Technical Vocational and Educational Trainings (TVET) Schools.

The two days’ inspection was carried out from Thursday 23 until Friday 24 in Ecole des ScIences et Technique de Busogo (ESTB) in Musanze district, Technical Secondary Schooling Rubengera (TSS Rubengera) and  Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center of Karongi from Karongi district and Technical Educational and Vocational Training Nyabihu (TVET Nyabihu) from Musanze, Nyabihu and Karongi Districts.  

The board hailed the course made by the schools in implementation of the recommendations given by the prior inspection, and recommended to keep up the standards and appreciated hygiene within the inspected schools.

“You have to keep up the standards and harness the utilisation of provided materials/equipment,” WDA's Chairman Board of Directors John Bonds Bideri told the school managements in Nyabihu TVET school.

Under the situation found by the inspection team on the ground, the management of the schools have been urged to hasten the exercises of starting accommodating students.

“You have to finish up the remaining works, so that you can shortly start receiving students,” Jerome Gasana, told the schools management.

The inspection kicked off within Busogo TVET School, where the team toured around and in different buildings and facilities, that will help the center to offer the hospitality and carpentry courses.

After visiting Busogo TVET, the inspection team continued in Nyabihu District where they visited Nyabihu TVET School. The board members hailed the different deeds and hailed buildings standards as they have been made out of locally sourced materials.

On the following day of their inspection, the Board members went to Karongi district where they visited IPRC Karongi. The visit started in smart classes where the Board members appreciated utilization of ICT kits given in their studies.

In mechanical general workshop, the board healed different innovations done by leaners, including the agriculture harvesting machines.

In motorcycle workshop, the board urged the school to use the facilities as business in order to generate revenues for the schools.

The inspection sealed off by the visit at TSS Rubengera, where the team appreciated many innovations and technologies that students have developed.  Hailed the library running.





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