Macedonian Vocational Institute (MVI)

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The Macedonian Vocational Institute has been running since 2012 but officially registered in 2016. Nabwire Annet Anjera, who has been in post as Deputy Principal since March 2016 and has been teaching the students dressmaking skills to increase their employability and empower them; The first cohort of women graduated from the tailoring course in May 2014 but as an officially registered Vocational Institute the first ‘official’ cohort should graduate in 2017.

 

 

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MVI also runs programmes in Cosmetology and hairdressing and Motor Vehicle Mechanics. These courses, which are taught by Asio Lydia Ruth and Ogema Charles are taught to DIT level (Directorate of Industrial Training). It is hoped that in 2017 UBTEB level (Uganda business technical examination board) will be offered.