Technical and Vocational Training

KFA - WTTI is all set to provide different skill development trainings for unemployed young population of the country. In last few years,the Company has gathered ample experience to become one of the outstanding and Innovative Training and Employment Service Providers (TESP) in the Country.

KFA-WTTI has established its training venues in Kathmandu and regional centers in Dhulikhel, Pokhara, Dharan, Birtamod, Bharatpur, Nawalparasi, Butwal, Nepalgunj and Dhangadhi. All of these regional centers are fully equiped with required infrastructures, resources and sufficient space required for the training purposes. The professionals working for this organization is always ready to assist its trainees whenever needed. In recent years, KFA-WLTTI has been providing counselling services to its graduates to find suitable job available in the local as well as international market.

KFA WTTI believes in imparting quality knowledge that can enhance skills of the trainees by taking feedback for delivering quality services. In the same time different sessions are organize to measure the effectiveness of the trainings that include testing appropriateness of training materials, methodologies, techniques and facilities.

Approach

  • Collaborative efforts with like-minded individuals and organizations for the development and promotion of infrastructures and socio-economy.
  • Build up organizational linkages with different academic institutions, development agencies, private organization and GOs/NGOs/INGOs to achieve its objectives.
  • Promote the use of natural resources in a sustainable manner.
  • Respect social norms, human rights and freedom of the individuals while performing any activities as per its objectives.
  • Focus on deprived sections, areas and gender issues in program and activities.

Areas of Expertise

The major expertise field areas of training are for Tailoring, Beautician, Mason, Electrician, Plumbing, Steel Fixture, Driving, Shuttering Carpenter,  Building Painter, Agriculture that includes cash crops, organic farming etc.

KFA-WTTI  - Affiliation With CETVT

About CETVT

In order to strengthen the technical education and vocational training in broader perspective, the CTEVT was established in 1989 under CTEVT act 1989. The highest policy making body according to CTEVT act 1989 is the CTEVT Assembly, which comprises members of 24 persons having Minister of Education as a chairperson. The Council under the Assembly is executive power of running TEVT programs and activities in Nepal.

KFA WLTTI is accredited from the CETVT which coordinates and facilitates through research and develop the curriculums as per the market demand and quality of education is ensured at all times, following all the necessary processes laid out by the CETVT. Supervision and monitoring, examination and certification, accreditation and skill testing is conducted for excellent delivery and service.

List of Programs delivered by KFA-WTTI
SN Training Number of training events conducted Number of Trainees enrolled Number of Trainees passing Skill test Funding Organization/client (write full name and address) Locations where training was conducted Year of Training
 1 Electrician  25  500  487 ADB/GoN, skills for Employment Project Kailali, Kavre, Kanchanpur, Banke,Rupandehi, Nawalparasi, Nuwakot,Kathmandu,Sunsari, Lamjung,Kaski,Parbat,Baglung  2011
 2 Electrician  1  20  20 Foreign Employment Promotion Board Rauthut  2011
 3 Light Vehicle   Driver  5  100  100 District Development Committee, Solukhumbu Solukhumbu  2010
 4 Off Season Vegetable Producer  5  100  95 District Development Committee, Solukhumbu Solukhumbu  2010
 5 Electrician, Plumber, Off Season Vegetable Producer  13  260  260 GoN/ World Bank, EPSP (Emergency Peace Support Project) – World Bank Sindupalchok, Pachthar, Kavre, Nawalparasi and Dhankuta  2012
 6 OVP  4  80  78 GoN/ World Bank, EPSP Dhading  2013
 7 Electrician  3  50  50 Foreign Employment Promotion Board Banke  2010
 8 Tailoring  2  33  27 EVENT Project - World Bank  Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur  2012
 9 Building Electrician  2  40  35 EVENT Project - World Bank  Nawalparasi,Chitwan, Makawanpur  2012
 10 OVP  8  160  145 EVENT Project - World Bank  Nawalparasi,Chitwan, Makawanpur  2012
 11 Tailoring   10  200  180 EVENT Project - World Bank  Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur  2012
 12 Beautician  13  260  200 EVENT Project - World Bank  Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur  2012
 13 Building Electrician  6  120 Result yet to come EVENT Project - World Bank  Nawalparasi, Chitwan  2015
 14 OVP  6  120 Result yet to come EVENT Project - World Bank  Nawalparasi,  Makawanpur  2015
 15 Beautician, Tailoring and OVP  25  500 Result yet to come EVENT Project - World Bank  Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur  2015
 16 Building Electrician  10  200 Result yet to come EVENT Project - World Bank  Nawalparasi, Kaski, Tanahun  2015
 17 Electrician  9  180  180 Foreign Employment Promotion Board Nawalparasi,Kaski,Tanahun  2015
 18 Mason  7  140  140 Foreign Employment Promotion Board Nawalparasi,Kaski,  2015

 

Our Experience in vocational training

The world is a global village and if we prioritize technical education at par with international standards, it would be instrumental to resolve the problem of unemployment and national development.

Unemployment is one of the major problems not only in Nepal, but in South Asian Region. It is a harrowing situation and there is less than 10 percent probability for students of academic education to get a job, while there is job security of more than 80 percent for students of technical education.

According to the report about total number of migration given in “Labor Migration For Employment” status report of 2013/14 – is 521,878 in 2013-14 which means there are on an average 1500 people flying out of Nepal every single day in pursuit of job.