This Coaching was a high level training given to different people that work in different sectors with the purpose of bringing about efficiency in their work place.
The latest batch and the second of KCA training comprised of six while the first batch last year comprised of 12 trainees.
Mami Said, the Head of Human Resources at Bank of Kigali Plc said that the knowledge acquired from the training is useful to her, colleagues and the company she works for.
From November 2019, KCA will launch courses online. Trainees will get similar certificates like those Kigali trained physically.
Mireille Ineza Karera, the KORA Group Chief Executive Officer has told IGIHE that trainees from Malawi, Sierra Leone, South Africa, and other countries have already registered for the online courses.
“We will start online courses on the 5th of November; we have directors from different African companies that have started registration. They are from Malawi, Sierra Leone, and South Africa. These courses are prepared and offered by Rwandans,” she said.
Based in Rwanda, KCA has the potential of growing to an international level.
The CEO of Rwanda Development Board (RDB), Clare Akamanzi said that the KCA program is part of government programs capacitating trainees to improve performance at work.
“Offering online services supports the ‘Smart Africa’ program. This is important for the country because it is supporting Africa’s growth in technology. This means that you are supporting Africa to be a great continent,” she said.
Courses offered are related to Health, leadership, and business among others.
KCA is planning to raise about US$400,000 to build school infrastructures and equipment.
KCA started in August 2018. Today, it has trained heads of companies from different countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Nigeria, and Ghana.