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I nternational Social Dialogue on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) TVET Programmes – Institutional and Workplace Learning By Dan Baffour-Awuah Executive Director-COTVET. COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (COTVET). The Council

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Council for technical and vocational education and training cotvet

International Social Dialogue on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) TVET Programmes – Institutional and Workplace LearningBy Dan Baffour-AwuahExecutive Director-COTVET

TVET Programmes (Session Three)


Council for technical and vocational education and training cotvet

COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (COTVET)

  • The Council

    • The COTVET ACT (Act 718, 2006) was passed with the object to co-ordinate and oversee all aspects of technical and vocational education and training in the country.

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Specific functions

SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS

  • Formulate national policies for skills development across the broad spectrum of pre-tertiary and tertiary education, formal informal and non-formal;

  • Co-ordinate, harmonize and supervise the activities of private and public providers of technical and vocational education and training, including the informal sector

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Specific functions continued

SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS CONTINUED

  • Rationalize the assessment and certification system in technical and vocational education and training

  • Take measures to ensure quality in delivery of and equity in access to technical and vocational education and training

  • Maintain a national database on technical, vocational education and training

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Specific functions continued1

SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS CONTINUED

  • Facilitate research and development in the technical and vocational education and training system;

  • Source funding to support technical and vocational education and training activities

  • Facilitate collaboration between training providers and industry to promote

    • demand driven curriculum development and placement, and

    • national internship programmes

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Specific functions continued2

SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS CONTINUED

  • Promote co-operation with international agencies and development partners;

  • Issue annual reports on the state of skills development in the country;

  • Advise Government on all matters related to the management and improvement of the technical and vocational education and training system

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Council for technical and vocational education and training cotvet

COTVET

(Policy Making Body)

.

Formal Public TVET Institutes

Formal Private Not for Profit

Formal Private for Profit

Informal for Profit

Informal Not for Profit

Nine (9) Ministries

Faith Based and NGOs

Commercial TVET

Trade Associations

Faith Based and NGOs

,

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Formal tvet institutions

FORMAL TVET INSTITUTIONS

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Informal apprentice training current situation

INFORMAL APPRENTICE TRAINING (CURRENT SITUATION)

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Currently, about one of every three youth in the 20-30 age group has experience as an apprentice, compared to one in four youth fifteen years ago. The percentage of young women doing an apprenticeship has doubled in the last fifteen years (World Bank, 2008a).


Governing structure of cotvet

Governing Structure of COTVET

  • COTVET is governed by a fifteen (15)-member Council appointed by the President in consultation with the Council of State. Through the Board, five (5) Standing Committees and three Sub-Committees have also been established to facilitate the work of the Council.

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National apprenticeship programme committee

National Apprenticeship Programme Committee

  • The Committee coordinates the activities of the National Apprenticeship Programme (NAP). This programme has been put together by the Government of Ghana as one of its strategies aimed at reducing youth unemployment in the country and to encourage lifelong learning among the youth. Government pays for the cost of one year training program in specific trade areas in line with the National TVET Qualifications Framework.

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The national tvet qualification framework committee

The National TVET Qualification Framework Committee

  • The Committee is the main regulatory authority for the National TVET Qualifications Framework and its overall function is to advise the COTVET Board on, and to do all things necessary or expedient, for the maintenance of a credible, rigorous, effective, and efficient qualifications framework for the TVET system.

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Training quality assurance committee

Training Quality Assurance Committee

  • The overall function of this Committee is to safeguard the interests of learners, parents/guardians, employers, government and the general public by ensuring that training providers and qualification awarding agencies maintain satisfactory standards in the delivery of training and the award of qualifications

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Industry training advisory committee

Industry Training Advisory Committee

  • The overall function of the Committee and its sub-committees is to develop National Occupational Standards or knowledge, skills, and work performance standards for the definition and issuance of qualifications

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Skills development fund committee

Skills Development Fund Committee

  • The Committee has been established under the COTVET Board to oversee all aspects of the implementation of the Skills Development Fund. The Committee is responsible for the evaluation and recommendation of proposals for approval by the COTVET Board

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The industrial training and advisory committee itac

The Industrial Training and Advisory Committee (ITAC)

  • Establish policies, criteria and procedure for the registration of trade, industry and professional groups as ITAC Sub-committees for specific occupations;

  • Recommend trade, industry and professional groups to the COTVET Board for recognition and registration as ITAC Sub-committees;

  • Monitor the labour market and promote the formation of ITAC Sub- committees to cover occupational areas that lack national occupational standards and qualification structures;

  • Determine and recommend strategies for industrial or workplace experience learning for approval by the COTVET Board;

  • Approve occupational standards established by the ITAC Sub-committees;

  • Publish and disseminate information on occupational standards endorsed by the COTVET Board;

  • Assist industrial sectors to establish trade or industry associations;

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Itac sub committees

ITAC SUB- COMMITTEES

  • There are two major sub-committees under the Industrial Training and Advisory Committee. They are

    • Occupational standards generation sub-committee (SITAC) - five groups. These groups are responsible for generating occupational standards for specific trades for education and training and

    • Occupational standards validation sub-committee (SITACOS) – five groups. They are responsible for validating occupational standards to ensure that the standards meet the skills needs and demands of relevant industries. In addition, they assess the relevance of the standards in terms of best international practice, opportunities for progression, employment opportunities among other things.

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Occupational standards generation

Occupational Standards Generation

  • Electronics

    • Ghana Police Service (Electronics Dept)

    • Institute of Incorporated Engineers

    • Astra Electronics

    • National Vocational Training Institute

    • Ghana Institute of Engineers

  • Welding

    • Nana Danso Metal Fabrication Limited

    • GRATIS Foundation

    • Accra Technical Training Institute

    • Kumasi Technical Training Institute

    • National Vocational Training Centre

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Occupational standards generation1

Occupational Standards Generation

  • Auto Mechanics

    • White Wave Automotive Eng Services

    • Metro Mass Transit Ltd

    • Government Technical Training Centre

    • Accra Technical Training Centre

    • National Vocational Training Institute

  • Cosmetology

    • Super Plus Beauty Academy

    • De Paragon Beauty Klinik & Institute

    • Abrantie College of Cosmetology

    • Nana Nail Studio

    • 2nd Image Academy

    • FC Beauty College

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Occupational standards validation

Occupational Standards Validation

  • Electronics

    • Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

    • Progressive Electronics Technicians Association

    • Accra Technical Training Centre

  • Welding

    • Volta River Authority

    • VAMSET Limited

    • Accra Technical Training Centre

  • Auto Mechanics

    • Ghana National Association of Garages

    • Ghana National Association of Garages

    • Tema Techanical Institute

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