Emphasis is placed on setting nationally and regionally agreed high standards for TVET programming and delivery.
There is optimal deployment and use of resources within and among institutions responsive to changing demands.
TVET provision is aligned with national priorities supports personal and professional development, and meets societal and labour market demands.
TVET is a shared responsibility involving government, private sector organizations, and public and private actors in education and the world of work.
New technologies and modalities are applied in the organization, management and delivery of TVET.
increased opportunities and support for the participation of all irrespective of race, gender, socio economic status and religion in TVET is ensured.
TVET promotes gender equality and inclusivity for all learners, including vulnerable groups and persons with disabilities.
Provisions facilitate the movement of skilled persons nationally, regionally, and internationally through TVET certification including the NVQ and CVQ.
Strategies are implemented to ensure the preservation of all aspects of the environment including natural, cultural, social, and economic aspects. Of critical concern is the continuity of renewable natural resources, minimised pollution, and reduced depletion rates of non-renewable resources.
Emphasis is given to workplace training, enterprise development, certification of skilled persons, and preparation of young people for entrepreneurship and employment.