Classes for the 2nd intake will start Wednesday, 4th August 2021 @ 7h30.Successful Candidates will be contacted by their trainers for further details. Please don’t forget to wear your mask and always keep your distance.
We are pleased to announce that Kayec Ondangwa together with SSC will be offering Welding and Automotive on part time (17h00-19h30) as from Sepember 2021. Candidates who are interested in the above mentioned courses are encouraged to download the application form here: Application Form
The purpose of this day is to create awareness for entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership amongst the youth. KAYEC Entrepreneurship day is the perfect day to celebrate the people who have and wants to starts a business. Please come and support our trainees and use this opportunity to view their products as well.
Are you 16 or older, unemployed, out of school, experiencing learning disabilities? KAYEC center offers you a course of your preference. Women and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Bring along a certified copy of your ID or birth certificate and your highest school grade certificate. July 2021 – December 2021 Intake Application
Do you love bicycle racing? If you are 7 to 16 years old and would like to show off your bicycle riding skills we invite you this coming Saturday the 27th of February to the Rundu Vocational Training Centre soccer field. Entrance is free. Contact for more information Anton at 081 463 2182 or at
Learners from twelve primary and secondary schools in Orwetoveni receive daily after school support. School reports from the participants of our program in 2020 show that over 82% of them passed to the next grade despite the difficulties faced during the COVID 19 restrictions. To build resilience in the participants, KAYEC also teaches them how
Applications are available as from the 5th of October 2020 Come and apply for January 2021 intake. Due date 30 November 2020 All our courses are level 1 and is full-time for a period of 6 months. Application forms available at the centres (Windhoek and Ondangwa)