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Humber College will Credit Prior Learning for Kenya TVET Students

Humber College, a member of Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) and a global leader in polytechnic education, has been selected to lead one of the critical components - Recognition of Prior Learning - within the Mastercard Foundation's Young Africa Works program in the Kenya-Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) initiative. Humber College will provide learners with formal credit for their experience and knowledge obtained outside of an academic setting. Acquiring formal credit will result in increased recruitment, retention, and transition of young people to work opportunities. Read more

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Josephine Mitei, a CAP YEI instructor. CAP Youth Empowerment Institute(CAP YEI) is a Kenyan organization that provides employability skills training and support to marginalized Kenyan youth.

CAP Youth Empowerment Institute (CAP YEI) is a Kenyan organization that provides employability skills training and support to marginalized Kenyan youth. This is done through the Basic Employability Skills Training (BEST) model, a dynamic, demand-driven market-based model that has been successfully applied in more than 10 countries in Asia and Africa, benefiting over 200,000 youth. For more information about CAP YEI, please visit: www.capyei.org

Josephine Mitei, a CAP YEI instructor. CAP Youth Empowerment Institute(CAP YEI) provides employability skills training through the Basic Employability Skills Training (BEST) model, a dynamic, demand-driven market-based model that has been successfully applied in more than 10 countries in Asia and Africa, benefiting over 200,000 youth.

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