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LIWA WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING CONFERENCE, 2020 - CALL FOR PARTICIPATION.

Linking Industry with Academia (LIWA) Programme Trust would like to take this opportunity to formally invite you to participate in our annual two days Work Integrated Learning Conference, on 16th and 17th April , 2020 at Azure Hotel, Westlands, Nairobi starting from 8am. The conference will explore current and future challenges that are associated with WIL / Field experience with a particular focus on regional, rural and remote WIL and issues related equity and access to WIL. The conference will provide a forum for practitioners, administrators and other allies to discuss strategies, innovations and practices. Presentations, breakout sessions and workshops are welcomed on the broader themes of the conference as well as related to: • Inclusive and innovative practices in delivering or administering WIL; • Strategies to implement WIL policies. • Strategies to address challenges of access and inclusion in institutionalizing WIL; • Addressing gender issues of inclusiveness and diversity; • Employability and student labor contributions; • Administering multi-/inter-/trans-disciplinary WIL in innovative and emerging contexts; Papers should be submitted to: info@liwaprogrammetrust.org We hope for your positive response and look forward to your participation in helping realize the conference objectives. We look forward to welcoming you at the “LIWA WIL Conference 2020”. Registration Costs: • Students: 150 USD • Staff and All education Professionals: 250 USD Yours sincerely, Prof. Ddembe Willeese Williams Chief Executive Officer & Chairman LIWA Programme Trust

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INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA LINKAGES TO DELIVER WORK READY GRADUATES.

Linkages

Posted on 27 November, 2019 by liwa programme trust

Linking Industry with Academia (LIWA), and The State Department for Post Training and Skills Development have taken a bold step in triggering the discussions around the status of Linkages in Kenya. Driven by the need to identify, establish and strengthen the existing linkages between the Industries and Academia, LIWA Programme Trust wish to formally invite you to participate at our one day “Fostering Industry- Academia Linkages” Conference, on 5 th December, 2019 at KICD, Nairobi Starting...
Launch of KEFEP's Analysis report.

Launch of KEFEP's Analysis report.

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Posted on 8 October, 2019 by

LIWA Programme Trust glad to be a part of the official launch of KEFEP's Gender Analysis Report at KTTC this morning. Dr. Kevit Desai, PS State Department for TVET, giving remarks to officially open and launch the report.
5 TIPS FOR STUDENTS BEFORE GRADUATING

5 TIPS FOR STUDENTS BEFORE GRADUATING

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Posted on 20 August, 2019 by Linda Mc'Odongo

Be actively involved in career building workshops   Most industries tend to be part of career building workshops, take this opportunity to showcase your innovative projects and skills to the industry. Through your participation they will see your potential, and some will go ahead to guide you on how to improve your project during the implementation process. Let your innovation solve the problems we are facing as a country and globally. Don’t doubt your idea...

Industry-Academia Linkages

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Posted on 30 July, 2019 by Linda Mc'Odongo

  A lot of research has been done on Industry-Academia linkages. The two parties are complaining about the skills gap and skills mismatch. Now that we know where the problem is how can we bring the two on board and find a permanent solution to this? LIWA is in the forefront of creating, institutionalizing and strengthening linkages between Industry and Academia. We have done these through creating the following Industry-Academia programmes: Apprenticeship Program...

Attachment / Internship Hustle.

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Posted on 2 July, 2019 by Linda Mc'Odongo

Landing an attachment /Internship can be depressing being a course requirement in most higher learning institutions for students before graduating. Just like any other University/TVET student I thought getting an internship was just a hello away. The thought of going to the corporate world for the first time hit my mind riding me to my imaginary world of how I was going to be part of that great team, how I was going to  relate with the new cute faces and at least have a chance to...
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