The Foundation shall offer free/ affordable/ subsidized courses on Emerging Technological Solutions as Vocational Skills through KVTI to every deserving student, especially school dropouts and other disadvantaged individuals/ groups in poor/ underprivileged sections of every country, on quality and sustainable bases.
The program is offered through KVTI and works in collaboration with existing vocational institutions all over the world and by direct administration of lectures and issuance of certificates electronically.
The idea is to rehabilitate individuals, enable them to study certain emerging technological solutions on traditional vocational courses (such as carpentry and joinery, welding and metal work, masonry and civil works, plumbing, agriculture, dressmaking and tailoring, leather work, among others) and talent-related opportunities in sport and music.
This will work best through establishment of special partnership with the industry, both by KVTI and by the partner vocational schools, such that the vocational skills (academic concept) and industrial application of the skills (commercial concept) shall work side by side. For instance, carpentry and joinery course students will be paired with major furniture and fittings industry players. This shall enable the students to access knowledge and income/ wealth at the same time.