Venson-Moitoi questions low enrolment at vocational schools

CHADIBE: The Minister of Education, Skills and Development Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi has expressed worry over low enrollments at the country's brigades and vocational institutions.

During a Kgotla meeting she addressed here recently, Venson-Moitoi said its a cause of concern that Batswana are slow to enroll at vocational institutions although they often complain that they need assistance with furthering their studies.

Venson-Moitoi gave an example of Francistown College of Technical and Vocational Education (FCTVE) which has only 600 students even though its capacity is 1,500. She said a lot of money was used in the construction of the institution but it seems it is money down the drain.

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