The National, Friday March 7th, 2014
The Badili Vocational Community College is confident most of the 185 students who graduated with life skills yesterday will find employment.
All received certificates in seven courses from a concept adopted from India.
“Eighty per cent of graduates are employed in industries, another five per cent go for further studies, while 15 per cent are self-employed,” college manager, Gordan Awatan said.
“Whatever you learn here, go out and make it work,” he said.
Awatan thanked industries for allowing students on-the-job training.
Acting deputy secretary (TVET) Unesco Godffery Yerua said there was a demand for skilled people in the work place and many people misunderstood why people attended technical vocational schools.
“Life skills offered to graduates are very challenging and essential,” he said.