AboutOur Training & Resource Centre
To improve and enrich the lives of the youth and the community by providing holistic and quality technical vocational training and community development.
About Our Training Center
Rarieda Training Resource Centre (RTRC) was founded in 2011 with a goal of empowering communities by building their capacities to create positive change for children and youth.
Training activities focused on environmental conservation through water harvesting, renewable energy, agroforestry, beekeeping and animal husbandry… while also incorporating technical skills.
RTRC is an approved TVET centre (No. MOYAS/DTYNYZ/RRD/PR/01) with accreditation registration as TVETA/PRIVATE/TVC/0232/2016.
What We Strive For
We strive for quality in service delivery and learning outcomes.
We nurture talents to enhance innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.
We recognize and advocate for the uniqueness and dignity of every individual.
We demonstrate high standards of ethical conduct that includes honesty, accountability, transparency and trust.
We are committed to teamwork and positive partnerships.
A leading regional centre of excellence in technical vocational training, community development, and evidence-based training.
Founded in 2011, the Rarieda Training and Resource Centre (RTRC) has made tremendous progress in youth technical vocational education and training in Siaya County. RTRC has reached a point of having an effective group of instructors, an assortment of course offerings and a growing number of students. RTRC looks forward to experiencing even more growth and amazing achievements.
The future of RTRC stems from three key areas: (1) Youth training, (2) Community training (including adult and continuing education), and (3) Rafiki and RTRC instructor training. By developing and strengthening these three areas in the community, RTRC will help create a well-educated and trained workforce, which is a prerequisite for sustainable development.
Equipping our youth, community and staff with the relevant skills needed to make effective contributions in the labour market, RTRC contributes not only to their own well-being but also to the productive potential of our rural economy.