Kabalega Foundation, and through it’s Affliate industry Partners trains students in 9 different trades making them market-ready in 6 months. Kabalega Foundation’s teaching methodology is based on:

Curriculum Training:

The curricula includes a balanced mix of theory (30%) and Simulation-Based Learning (70%). Industrial visits are conducted on a regular basis to provide students with as much real time industrial experience as possible.

Soft skills training:

Soft skills classes teach students how to communicate and how to function effectively in society. Students are given basic training related to reading and writing which helps them integrate easily in any work environment, local or international. They are also given training in basic etiquettes, personal grooming, interpersonal communications and team sports.

The Trades for which Vocational Training is offered include:

Information and Communication Technology

The Information and Communication Technology Certificate Program provides the students with  skills for the information technology driven workplace and the digital economy through our custom-tailored, industry focused practical courses.

Our Computer Skills Training programs are designed to provide individuals with the specialised computing and information technology skills necessary for today’s marketplace or for self employment.


The Automobiles Technician Certificate Program provides a broad introduction to motor vehicle servicing and maintenance for front-line workers. This program enables students to carry out routine services under supervision and equips students with a broader range of skills needed to identify faults and carry out complete vehicle service and repairs.

Electrical & Electronics

Students are trained in areas of electrical & electronics systems, circuits, and appliances. They are also fully equipped to carry out installation and maintenance of electrical fixed assets in operations like mining, sawmills, oil, construction, housing and gas industries. Instrumentation and assembling of equipment and hands-on training on PLCs, designing and assembling of printed circuits, micro controller and microprocessor boards is offered as well.

Mechanics & Mechatronics

Students are trained to use power-driven machine tools, such as power saws, lathes, milling machines, shaper machines and drill presses. These sharp cutting tools are used to mechanically cut material and achieve the desired geometry. Machining is an important part of the manufacturing process for almost all industrial products.

Mechatronics teach the students to be able to handle and setup fitting and assembling of critical machine assemblies, i.e. gear box, machine housings, machine slides, machine fasteners etc. according to machine assembly drawings under close supervision.

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning students are trained to install, service and maintain refrigeration systems. In addition to this, students receive basic training about RAC systems that control and maintain air quality, temperature and humidity inside offices, schools, leisure complexes and other modern buildings as well.

Fabrication, Welding and Pipework

Students are trained in the field of Fabrication, Welding and Pipework by an internationally recognized curriculum enabling them to secure jobs in a variety of fields, such as the Oil and Gas sector, automobile industry, construction sector, ship and aircraft manufacturing etc.


This 3-month course consists of hands-on, practical training for both basic learners and experienced individuals. Trainees are provided with a progressive learning experience, starting from basic safety practices, plumbing drawings, cutting and bending of pipes etc.

Tailoring & Stitching

Stitching machinist trade is all about home textile stitching. It includes stitching of items like bed sheets, pillow covers, curtain and duvet/quilt covers along with the theory of stitching, safety and basic mathematical calculations.