Tributary Initiative for Learning (TRIL) is a non-profit organisation that works with TVET institutions and skills development centres to strengthen capacity for quality program delivery and improve trainees' access to employment and decent work.
We believe that accountability is paramount in building strong client relationships. We earn and keep our clients’ trust and confidence.
We do all we can to level the playing field for everyone, regardless of person and backgrounds, or capacity to inform, challenge and impact.
Doing what we say we will do and doing it right.
Its excellence or nothing.
We are intentional and flexible approach as we collaborate sharing knowledge, learning together others to achieve goals.
We bring our expertise into the lives of individuals and institutions.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Trade Education for secondary schools (TESS) project is the activation of Technical trade subjects in public secondary schools to reduce early youth unemployment.read more
Institutional competency assessment to identify and training and skills gaps that hinder learning delivery, organisational growth and financial sustainability.read more
This platform fosters collaboration between Donor agencies, Industry leaders, professional bodies, government and Technical and Vocational Education Institutionsread more
Higher education institutions supported
It is a 3 days "storyboarding" process that provides a picture of what the worker does in terms of duties, tasks, knowledge, skills, traits, tools and future concerns.
Behavioural Coaching for Classroom Management
Behavioural coaching in the classroom context facilitates the learner's performance, learning, and development, which in turn leads to productive interactions in the class.
Competency-Based Education and Training (CBT) ...
CBET is an approach to vocational education and training in which skills, knowledge and attitude define, guide and help learners to achieve competence by demonstrating mastery of a single skill for ...
Industry Coordinator Training
Collaboration between Technical and Vocational Education providers and industry is vital for demand-driven TVET to supply a skilled workforce to meet labour market needs.
We develop new and innovative ways of training the upcoming workforce with life skills, technical and vocational skills required to provide services for current and emerging markets.