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Forty-three students graduate from YiPmade vocational skills centre

Forty-three students at Music Crossroads’ YiPmade vocational skills centre have successfully undergone a four-month intensive training course in fabrication and welding, tailoring, fashion and designing as well as creative arts. The graduation ceremony took place on Friday, February 8th at YiPMade vocational skills centre in Lilongwe. This is the third

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I now have business skills-Kafota

“I am a 67-year-old woman and I have been running some businesses, but I did not have business management skills. This training has come at the right time because I will now be able to run my businesses professionally,” said one of the participants at Mkukula Site, Rosalina Kafota. Kafota

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Four new STEP Call for Proposals

Four new Call for Proposals have been uploaded to the opportunities section of this website. The calls are for organisations or individuals to support STEP with the following: – Review of Entrepreneurship Programme and Curriculum in TEVET in Malawi – Facilitator Community of Practice – Support to the Apprenticeship and

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48 STEP Bursary Holders Graduate from Sam’s Training Village

48 STEP bursary holders recently graduated from Sam’s Training Village after completing their training in Carpentry and Joinery, Basic Electronics and Tailoring. Sam’s village is a training institution run by The Landirani Trust (also known as African Vision Malawi) and a STEP partner. With bursary support from the EU funded

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Assessor Training Programme Successfully Completed

Mr. Joseph Chirombo representing the Ministry of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development and Mr. Francisco Makwinja representing TEVETA were present during the closing ceremony of the seven-day long training programme on competency based assessment held at Simama Hotel, Lilongwe from December 10-16, 2018. The training for the 23 staff

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New publication to download: STEP – Institution Guidelines for Inclusive and Gender Responsive Training Delivery

Ensuring an inclusive and gender-responsive learning environment is a goal of technical and vocational institutions in Malawi. Outlined in this publication are guidelines intended for administrators and instructors in technical, entrepreneurial and vocational education and training (TEVET) centres. The guidelines are to assist each training institution in their planning and

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