Tvet Agreement

Tvet Agreement

Title: Support for The Reform of Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) in Pakistan On behalf of: Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) Country: Pakistan Main Training Organization: National – Vocational Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) General term: 2017-2019 It is necessary to put in place a coherent governance and a comprehensive policy for the TVET, All the main players, the different ministries (typically education and work/employment) as well as representatives of industry and trade, workers, employers and employers, are trained. The government will have to play a coordinating and regulatory role, not just a TVET provider. National certification frameworks – if effectively defined and maintained – that recognize and validate skills, no matter how they are acquired, can play an important role in facilitating an integrated approach to skills development. The effectiveness of labour market information services is also essential. An electronic copy of this information is available below: TVET integration in DHET, September 2015 The project has developed several tools related to TVET, including an online toolkit entitled “Learning and working in the informal economy – access, skills development and transition.” The toolkit contains information to help policy makers and organizations active in this area. at the national level, inter-ministerial cooperation has been fostered by the German government`s strategy for international cooperation in the TVET. In addition, Germany`s position in multilateral and international processes has been strengthened, for example in the speech on the formulation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the annual meeting of the Asian Development Bank in May 2016 and the secondment of staff to UNESCO-UNEVOC and the German Office for International Cooperation in Vocational Training (GOVET). Based on the results of the first phase (2011-2016), the programme is currently focusing on four areas of intervention across the country: the sectoral project`s consultative approach is based on the knowledge and knowledge drawn from national and international speeches on TVET as well as completed and ongoing TVET projects. On this basis, strategic recommendations and innovative themes are developed. Memo 01 of 2016 – Result and registration of NATED candidates for 2016 With the support of the sector project, BMZ was able to position itself on innovative themes and trends within the TVET at national and international level.