Over 770 students graduate from Gables Vocational Training Centre Rukungiri

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RUKUNGIRI– Graduands have been tasked to persevere any situation and be committed as well as believing and trusting in the almighty God if they want to succeed in life.

This was on Saturday 27th November 2021 sounded by Dr. Hillary Bakamwesiga who was the Guest of honor at Gables Vocational Training Centre’s 4th graduation ceremony held at the school grounds in southern division Rukungiri Municipality.

Dr. Bakamwesiga appealed to the graduands not to fear failure since it is part of the game stressing that people learn from mistakes.

He also urged the graduands to learn working with different people in their fields of study if they are to achieve their goals.

Eng. Simon Peter Kansiime, the Chairperson of the Institution’s Governing body called for consistence, having direction, setting goals and dreams among graduands if they are to progress in their lives.

Guest of honour Dr Bakamwesiga and his entourage at Gables Vocational Training Centre’s 4th graduation ceremony

Abel Byabagambi commonly known as Bashome, the Gables Vocational Training Centre Principle applauded the government for having handed them licence to skill Ugandans and appealed to the graduands to be disciplined if they want to succeed in life for they are ambassadors of the institution.

Byabagambi who revealed that they trained the graduands to be job creators not seekers asked them to aim at being self employed since they have enough Entrepreneurship skills, values and attitudes to propel them into a bright future.

Alfred Katabazi Mutuza, the Rukungiri Municipal Education Officer asked graduands to be determined and exploit all the opportunities in the world for life.

MEO Alfred Katabazi addressing the graduands at Gables Vocational Training Centre

Katabazi appealed to the graduands to be sober, focused as they enter the demanding field of work and asked them to use the skills, values and attitudes obtained from the institution to prepare and shape their future.

He applauded the graduands’ parents and guardians for having chosen to skill their children stressing that it’s the only way to go in today’s education.

Geofrey Kyomukama, the Rukungiri district boss thanked Gables Vocational Training Centre for equipping students with relevant knowledge, skills and values that they will employ to gear development in the district.

Kyomukama assured them of Government’s support and Cooperation to absorb the products of the institution by giving them jobs.

The district boss rallied people for COVID-19 vaccination so as to protect their lives and secure their future.

Gables Vocational Training Centre Principle Abel Byabagambi addressing gradunds

Gables Vocational Training Centre’s 4th Graduation Ceremony saw 775 students go back home with Diplomas and certificates in Education, Technical and Business studies respectively.