In Uganda, skills development is a popular subject. Many speak of change but change has been hard to come by. It is clear that the input orientation and certificate society character is a major paralysis. But to improve the employment landscape for Ugandans, it is necessary to consider a paradigm shift. One that enables the training to be clearly differentiated from education. One where trainees' social and economic needs are considered in training and where training is linked to enterprise. One where skills lead to products and jobs are created either to make those products thereby employing the skills or to sell the products thereby applying yet another type of skill; marketing. Trainees must create products as they train and learn how to sell them. Skills development must be linked more to enterprise than to schools where the result will be a certificate rather than a skill, a job and a product. This book provides insights into how that could be achieved and how performance of skills could be bench marked.Performance must be seen to be happening before output occurs. Outputs may show that activity was completed but may not show the quality of performance.