In the rural areas, technical vocational training and skills development rarely accessible. The main objective of this programme is to provide post secondary education skills in both formal and informal settings. The main targets are equipping young people with basic Information Computer Technology understanding, research capabilities and co-operative leadership training.
With the vast expansion of computerization worldwide, rural children are threatened with total ostracization through ignorance of this medium. Sethule therefore introduced a computer programme in 2010, with the acquisition of solar-powered computers. A total of 1260 young adults were enrolled in the Matopo district alone. In 2015, the programme has further grown and now boasts of an output of 210 graduands every year. With the help of international volunteers, participants have been taught not only the basic operations of a computer, but managing Word, Excel, and Powerpoint functions.
Further programmes are envisaged to enable motivated and talented young people to carry out research projects, and thus to determine needs, causes and solutions, as well as the principles of training in leadership.