WDA Strategic Plan and Quick win plan

To ensure a successful and sustainable implementation of WDA, a Strategic Plan has been established. The list of goals for the strategic plan is given below:

Strategies of WDA

  1. To establish 5 IPRCs in the five regions of Rwanda
  2. To absorb and align all TSSs and VTCs with the national TVET arrangement
  3. To develop partnership with industry
  4. To implement the accreditation of industry-based training programmes
  5. To integrate the established TQF into the National Qualifications Framework (NQF)
  6. To develop a national TVET certification system
  7. Publicity of TVET & WDA & Promotion of National Policy based Gender balance in all preceding strategies
  8. To develop and implement a structured mechanism for soliciting relevant labour market information
  9. To introduce and apply DACUM approach to TVET curriculum development
  10. To put in place qualified and competent TVET lecturers & instructors in accordane with the National Gender Policy
  11. Establish a local pedagogical and technical training system for TVET lecturers and instructors.
  12. Formation and functions of the organ of WDA in adherence with the National Gender Policy
  13. Development of HR management and operational systems that monitor & hence ensure adherence to the National Gender Policy
  14. Adequate facilitation of WDA Office Operations
  15. To establish a collaboration framework with regional and international TVET institutions
  16. To establish the WDA HQ infrastructure and facilities
  17. To establish standard training equipment list (STEL) for the new curriculum
  18. To ensure adequacy of equipment, machinery, consumable training materials and infrastructure of physical facilities for IPRCs, TSSs, VTCs in line with industrial standards in training delivery, as well as all other functions
  19. To establish training levy
  20. To establish income generating activities to supplement cost of training
  21. To establish model industrial parks
  22. To establish entrepreneurship skills training
  23. To establish infrastructure as well as funding mechanism that will enhance skills in business incubation and entrepreneurship development
  24. To develop a system for training lecturers and instructors in the use of English as a common medium for instruction