In partnership with FNB and B2 Gold, KAYEC is assisting learners to access their school work via access to the internet and tablets. Learners from grade 10 downwards are accessing school work online.
We are excited to start face to face contact classes tomorrow at both our centers Windhoek and Ondangwa. The classes start at 7h30. Trainees need to arrive at both centers before 7h30 and line up to follow COVID-19 guidelines. They should be wearing their own masks. We will screen each trainee temperature before they enter
Extract from Nangado Kauluma keynote speech: No matter how scared you are about what will happen after today’s graduation, no matter who you are, what has happened in the past and what you think you deserve or don’t deserve, YOU are so incredibly unique and special and there is something wonderful and perfectly- fitting to
Applications for our March 2020 are now available at our Wanaheda and Ondangwa Centers. Contact details and maps of our centers are under the “Contact” tab. Application forms cost a none refundable fee of N$50 and can be collected after payment of the fee. KAYEC courses are full time only from Monday to Friday. They
On the 9th of October, with the financial support of FNB Namibia, the KAYEC Youth development in partnership with the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare office in Rundu conducted an outreach program at Mashare Combine School. The topics that were covered during this outreach were Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), Gender Based Violence (GBV)
KEVA is a network of vocational colleges in Finland which objective is to raise awareness of global development issues in vocational upper secondary schools and institutions. As a start of a working partnership between KEVA network and KAYEC, Sami Rinta Valkama from SEDU and Sirpa Grönvall from LUOVI had an exchange visit for two weeks
Participants of KAYEC’s After School Centre in Otjiwarongo will learn how to ride bicycles during their weekly activities. Researchers from the University of Illinois found that a ﬁve percent improvement in cardio-respiratory ﬁtness from cycling led to an improvement of up to 15 percent in mental tests. That’s because cycling helps build new brain cells in the