POR UMA EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO E DESENVOLVIMENTO DO PAÍS. REFORMING THE TVET SYSTEM IN MOZAMBIQUE June 2011. CONTENT. Background Workforce Development in Mozambique General Overview of the current TVET Provision Institutions Providing Technical Education in 2010
REFORMING THE TVET SYSTEM IN MOZAMBIQUE
Workforce Development in Mozambique
General Overview of the current TVET Provision
Institutions Providing Technical Education in 2010
Government Strategy to Reform the TVET System
PIREP General Objectives
PIREP Specific Objectives
PIREP Achievements so far
Conclusions and Challenges
Partership with ACCC
New management models
HIV/AIDS & Gender
individual initiative and self employment
Better competitiviness of organizations
Competent and enterpreneurial citiziens
2 2016 -2020
Consolidation 2016 -2021
For each Training Institution:
15 to 24 Trainers were trained in National Vocational Qualification Framework and Competence Standards.
15 to 24 are prepared to develop new Modular Curricula based in CBT.
15 to 24 Trainers were trained in Job Analysis Situation.
10 to 14 Employers Representatives have taken part in Job Analysis Situation, for each specific área, to develop specific qualification.
4 to 6 School Managers were trained in School Management.
Establishment of partnership between each Mozambican Training Institution with Employers for each specific area of training.
The first steps towards transforming this system have now been taken, however:
Institutions need continuous training and support to implement effectively the reform.
Need to strengthening the involvement of the private sector in the overall reform process.
Need to Increase the participation of girls in training.
Mobilize additional funds to achieve the pilot targets.
Thank You PAÍS