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TV DISCUSSION

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On the 23rd of November 2020 Mr. Bassie from EFSL and Mr. Allan from Lattanzio at the STAR Good morning program. Discussing about  TVET image campaign week celebration and the successes of the TVET image campaign.

TV DISCUSSION

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Mr. Allan from Lattanzio and  Mr. Bassie from EFSL at STAR TV talking about the importance TVET image campaign and the YEPP project and Mr. Joseph S.A. Kpakiwa the ADB Consultant Project Manager for the YEEP Project. Later join the discussion. The discussion go on with how the TVET week is going to be celebrated.

TRAINING FOR TVET TEACHERS

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Public relations and marketing training for TVET teacher is to train teacher how to deal with public and how to market TVET courses and make student and parent see the importance of TVET in school and the community.

OUTREACH TO SCHOOL

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The EFSL TVET Image campaign team in their sensitization tour visited J T Reffell French Friendship Secondary School, Tabernacle West African Methodist Primary School, United Christian Church schools and Regent Road Baptist Primary school in Freetown. The main purpose of the visit is to encourage pupils to see TVET as an important  learning institution that will help individuals to gain self-reliance skills that will be of benefit not just for… Read More »OUTREACH TO SCHOOL

OUTREACH TO SCHOOL

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The EFSL TVET Image campaign team in their sensitization tour visited J T Reffell French Friendship Secondary School, Tabernacle West African Methodist Primary School, United Christian Church schools and Regent Road Baptist Primary school in Freetown. The main purpose of the visit is to encourage pupils to see TVET as an important learning institution that will help individuals to gain self-reliance skills that will be of benefit not just for… Read More »OUTREACH TO SCHOOL

OUTREACH WESTERN AREA

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We took our campaign to the national stadium car wash center and garage to reinforce the significance of TVET and its impact on the economy. The Mechanics at the Good Will Youth Training center were encouraged to see TVET as an important learning institution and not for drop out. The youths however expressed concern that the institutions in their surrounding do not offer courses related to their area of expertise and… Read More »OUTREACH WESTERN AREA

OUTREACH WESTERN AREA

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The EFSL TVET Image Campaign team visited a ghetto at New England Field explaining the importance of TVET. The youths in the ghetto raised concern about the payment of tuition fees which is preventing some of them from enrolling into a TVET institution. They however appreciated the initiative. They are calling on the government to create a scholarship scheme for TVET students which they say will help increase the number… Read More »OUTREACH WESTERN AREA

OUTREACH TO WESTERN PART OF FREETOWN

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Emmanuel at the market places talking to the young market woman creating awareness raising about TVET the team on the tour for the TVET image campaign was at Funkia market along the Godrich axis for the sensitization process. At funkia the team engaged traders as well as the buyers about TVET .One of them was actually a drop out from the TVET institute because she was not having fees as… Read More »OUTREACH TO WESTERN PART OF FREETOWN

TRAINING OF TVET STAFF

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Workshop on project report writing based on template provided by NAYCOM was conducted by Mr. Joseph S.A. Kpakiwa the ADB Consultant Project Manager for the YEEP Project. The workshop was conducted on 17- 19 th September 2019 at the EFSL hall for TVET Image Project staff. The training helped the staff members to have a clear understanding of key areas of report.

OUTREACH TO KENEMA DISTRICT

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The EFSL communication team preaching the importance of TVET encouraging the youths including women that, the most practical avenue for acquiring readily employable skills is through TVET..