The modularization of assessment is intended to bring together particular set of skills and competencies that can lead to an occupation of job as a complete package. The completion of such packages by the trainee leads to a certificate of competence in that particular module. It is upon the trainee to continue pursuing training for other packages or to join the world of work for any gainful employment. This will help the trainees to compile their learning achievements and those that may not be able to undertake the entire training can join the world of work and come back later when they need more sets of skills. The trainee will be given a complete certificate on completion of all the packages under that certificate. This will also help in the recognition of prior learning for those who join with some experience into the training. In addition, the modularization of assessment is meant to integrate other skills like the entrepreneurship, communication, computer skills and work ethics through a typical work process which can lead to production of a holistically trained graduate who can perform to the required standard of the world of work. The programmes that have been modularised are those under the Uganda Community Polytechnics Certificates which take a duration of three years to complete an entire an entire Certificate. These programmes have a number of skills and competencies that lead to specific occupations or jobs however, the way the content is packaged does not lead to a particular set of skills which can lead to the occupation or a job. The world of work today is looking for a person with specific set of skills who can perform to a required standard.