Through training focussed on local needs, we create earning capacity, thus freeing our graduates from dependence on foreign aid .
We will regularly monitor the extent to which our graduates have found a livelihood-securing employment after training.
We provide (as measured by local standards), an excellent quality of training. This is a question of both the competence of our trainers and the technical equipment of the center .
In particular, we are committed to the concept of dual training. Because in a country of the Anglo-Saxon tradition, the training can not be transferred to the employers, we provide the work in the education center itself . Thus, the MLVTC is both an educational and a service center . In the center, work for clients and customers from the local environment is carried out by the trainees under supervision.
Cost coverage during operation
Ongoing operating costs are intended to be covered by the revenue of the Centre , by the sale of the services provided to local. So from tuition fees and revenues, which generates the center from the sale of services provided to local enterprises. We are convinced that the more the center is able to finance itself from the sale of own services, the better will be the quality of education and the more the training content will be directed to local needs. This ensures employability of graduates.
Our training courses offered lead to a nationally recognized vocational qualification.
The education center is open to all eligible candidates.
The MLVTC was built in close cooperation with the Evangelical Church in Germany (Paderborn church district) and in Tanzania (North-Western Diocese Church + circle "Kusimi B). Nevertheless, it is an integral part of our Constitution, that the educational programs of the center are to be equally accessible for talented young people of all religious denominations.