The wave of skills is fast sweeping us

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By Peninah Asiimwe

On my recent visit to a vocational institution in Kampala, I was surprised to discover that a good number of their students were actually graduates in various fields. One of them, a student in the US, was there to study hairdressing and cosmetology.
She says back home, they teach them what works for American hair but she needed to learn how to tap into the African population as well.
Her testimony and that of other students could not make the relevance of vocational skills more real. Like you will read in our vocation story today, there is no limit to acquiring these skills, especially as a means to ending the rampant unemployment.

This aside, did you know that you can get a court experience even before becoming a lawyer? Most universities today have introduced their law students to moot courts where students participate in a mock court session. This may be time consuming especially where one is supposed to research on some cases but the rewards are worth it. Read about this and more well-packaged content. Have a good week.

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