Ponesai Vanhu Technical College (PVTC) in partnership with Chaminuka Vocational Training Centre (Cham tech ) have introduced the TVET  for all through Public -Private partnership in Zimbabwe program. The pilot project is expected to equip  benefit  400 youths from disadvantaged backgrounds with market ready skills which are critical for income generating and job security.

In order to meet the ever-changing work environment the privately run PVTC  and public run Cham Tech will benefit from the development of a new curriculum that will strengthen skills development systems that improve employability of disadvantaged groups in Zimbabwe. The new curriculum developed  with the assistance of Bindura University of Science education, will align with market demands.

The 400 beneficiaries who include 25 youth disabilities and 200 young women will go through the 8 month training course which will be divided into in-class learning and on the job training to allow students to acquire on the job experiences, knowledge, skills and appropriate attitude to work.  The pilot program will also assist students in the transition into the formal and informal workforce though linkages with business, government and financial institutions.

The ENABEL funded 2 year project which started in November 2019 will be implemented with DAPP as the lead Partner, and Chaminuka Vocational Training Center and Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe as co-applicants, Bindura University of Science Education and Higher Life Foundation as Associates.

Students start lessons of the 9th of March 2020