BTVET stands for Business, Technical and Vocational Education and Training. There are over 143 BTVET schools in Uganda on school guide and we bring you all of them here in 80 Districts. Technical-vocational skills are essential for individuals, enterprises and the economy. Skills enable individuals to increase productivity and raise incomes. A skilled workforce enables enterprises to increase their productivity and profits. Skills enable the economy to expand and grow.

Employers in Uganda often complain about skills shortages that constrain production and expansion. Large segments of the population, including those working in the informal sector, lack the skills they need to raise themselves out of poverty. The economy faces critical skills gaps that threaten to limit the growth of key sectors, including agriculture and energy. Business, Technical and Vocational Education and Training (BTVET) therefore  addresses these skill shortages.