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    RTTI Lead Trainer Training
    by Maria Bernadette Ramos - Saturday, 18 August 2018, 10:30 AM
     

    Workforce Development Authority (WDA) together with Rwanda Polytechnic (RP) have unveiled the eLearning platform meant for Technical Vocation Education and Trainings (TVET) trainers.

    Starting on Wednesday July 18, within Rwanda TVET Trainer Institute over 150 teachers have started undertaking the ...

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    This module aims at equipping the learner with skills, knowledge and attitudes required to prepare trainees for industrial attachment program. It will help the trainer to support industrial attachment program (IAP) for trainees in own occupation and also evaluate trainees in the middle and at the end of the industrial attachment period.

    At the end of this module the learner will be able to facilitate workplace learning.

    Purpose statement

    This module aims at equipping learners with the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to engage in continuous professional development for a TVET Trainer.  It will facilitate the learner to make a complete SWOT (Strength-Weakness-Oppurtunities-Threats) analysis on Continous Professional Development needs.  It will also help the learner to list the priorities in professional development including a justification. (S)He can make a personal professional development plan with a clear target to address the main priority in professional development and make a detailed report of the professional development activity including self and peer evaluation.

    At the end of this module, the learner will be competent to engage in continuous professional development for him/her.

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    This module aims at equipping learner with skills and knowledge required to provide inclusive training in the workplace. It will facilitate the learner to use inclusive training and learning approaches in delivering sessions, contribute to gender mainstreaming, apply the techniques used to prevent Gender Based Violence(GBV). Indeed,  this module will enable the learner to contribute to people with disability(ies) (PWD) mainstreaming, prevent  HIV/ AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Also,the learner will be able to raise awareness on  Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection, non- communicable diseases prevention and finally overcome obstacles to effective learning in TVET schools.

    At the end of this module, the learner will be able to promote inclusive training in TVET schools.

    At the end of this module, the learner will be competent in planning CBT Session.

    Purpose statement

    This module aims at equipping learners with skills, knowledge and attitudes required to demonstrate verbal and non-verbal English communication skills that facilitates effective learning in the workplace. After completion of this module, learners will be able to demonstrate appropriate level of communication skills in English, develop work-related documents, and give & receive instructions in English.

    At the end of this module the learner will be able to communicate in English that supports the learning process.


    This assessment aims at verifying the acquired knowledge, skills and attitudes based on TVET Trainer Role module. The learner is supposed to reflect on her/his role in TVET system, institutions governing TVET system in Rwanda and describe clearly the TVET system in Rwanda



    WDA Interviews

    ‘Technical and vocational education and training’ (TVET) is understood as comprising education, training and skills development relating to a wide range of occupational fields, production, services and livelihoods.
    TVET, as part of lifelong learning, can take place at secondary,post-secondary and tertiary levels and includes work-based learning and continuing training and professional development which may lead to qualifications. TVET also includes a wide range of skills development opportunities attuned to national and local contexts. Learning to learn, the development of literacy and numeracy skills, transversal skills and citizenship skills are integral components of TVET.

    This course focuses on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in Rwanda. This course is a first step towards better knowledge on TVET for better policies and practices. The benefits of TVET are known to include:

    • Economic growth and poverty alleviation
    • Facilitating the transition of young people to decent work and adulthood
    • Improve productivity
    • Helping the unemployed to find work
    • Assist in reconstruction after conflicts and disasters
    • Promote social inclusion.

    The definition of TVET was a key challenge. TVET can be replaced by other concepts such as human resources development or skills development, which are seen in some contexts as being broader notions. A better inter-regional understanding of definitions is needed. A glossary of key terms and a taxonomy of how these relate to each other theoretically could feed into the theory of how their acquisition and development should be sequenced and structured.

    The challenges around understanding TVET, and how it can be measured, have required a pragmatic definition of TVET to be adopted for this report that largely focuses on initial vocational education and training within dedicated provider institutions that engage with the lower and intermediate levels of national qualifications.