Fine-tune School of Music under the leadership of Celebrated Kenyan gospel singer one Shiru wa GP has unveiled new marketable and affordable courses targeting to equip students with practical knowledge in different fields.
This happens amidst a worse crisis that affected most graduates in the country. Ostensibly, crimes have been rampant which seems to have been effected by huge numbers of unemployed youths.
It is also notable that no government institution and the economy has ever been able to absorb everyone in the job market. But there still exists an alternative.
Nevertheless, On this note, most growing countries has opted to use digital technology or rather provide technical skills to large group of students. Here in Kenya, the government has introduced the CBC program where pupils get early knowledge at the younger age.
The sole target is to ensure provision of adequate knowledge so that the mentality of white collar jobs can exit their minds in the name of creating a personal idea to cope with life. The timely love has been embraced by many whereas a section has raised questions.
Some of the Courses include Video production - proffesional skills in camera work and sound production. Others include music production, voice coaching, piano lessons, Guitar lessons, Violin, saxophone and DJ Classes.
However, besides any normal duty, the institution has been offering mentorship and guidance on job market entry. They stil maintain to offer spiritual guidance since the school is founded on Christian ethics.
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