Skills Development for Technical Human Resource for the Manufacturing Sector

 

PROJECT PROFILE

Improved productivity of the Kenya Industrial sector and its competitiveness in national, regional and international markets is a key factor to raising national standards of living and therefore achievement of Vision 2030.

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Status:
Commenced
Implementing Ministry (MDAS):
Ministry of East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism.
Location:
Nationwide
Sector:
Manufacturing
 

PROJECT PROGRESS

Development of a Marshal Plan for training of engineers, technologists and technicians.

Key Stakeholders identified to drive the Vision 2030 forward among them are;
  • Kenya Industrial Training Institute (KITI)
  • Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology
  • Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (MOYAS)
  • Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM)
  • Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)
  • Federation of Kenya Employersn (FKE)
  • Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT).
 

OBJECTIVE

Training of engineers and technicians to raise the skill competencies, and the number of engineers required to make Kenya a competitive industrializing nation.

BENEFITS

Improved productivity of Kenya\'s industrial sector in National, Regional and International Markets driven by skilled work force of engineers, technologists, technicians and craftsmen.
 
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