Ng’enyilel Vocational Training Institute Holds First Graduation Ceremony

Ng’enyilel Vocational Training Institute (VTC) on Friday, June 10, 2022, held its first graduation ceremony.

The graduation was graced by Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor Daniel Chemno.

Speaking during the event, Chemno challenged students pursuing technical courses not to wait long for them to put their skills into action but rather to practice as soon as they graduate.

Chemno during first Ng’enyilel Vocational Training Institute graduation ceremony on June 10, 2022.

Chemno who was flanked by ICT and Trade County Executive Committee Member (CECM) Dr. Emily Kogos challenged the graduands to use the skills gained to generate income.

He also called on parents across the county to enrol their children into the 12 VTCs the County Government of Uasin Gishu has established.

During the Ng’enyilel Vocational Training Institute first graduation, 192 students graduate in various technical areas.

Ng’enyilel VTC is a centre of excellence in building and construction alongside offering other courses such as garment making, food and beverage, and hairdressing among others.

Uasin Gishu ICT and Trade CECM Dr Emily Kogos plants a tree during Ng’enyilel VTC graduation on June 10, 2022.

VTC enrollment across the 12 centres in Uasin Gishu is currently at over 3,000 students.

Under the devolved system of governance that was rolled out in 2013, management and equipping of VTCs is a mandate of county governments, alongside Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE).

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  1. Congragulation from this far, i hope you will the fire and to exell to futher achivement,,i have a student who wants to join you, is it right to join or next year God willing and advice on fee from next year. Thanks

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