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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME . Employment and Higher Education Opportunities for School Leavers. Info: Ministry of Education. Unemployment Gender distribution. Working age population - 205,330. Info: Ministry of Human Resources, Youth and Sports.

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Skills development programme

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME


Employment and higher education opportunities for school leavers

Employment and Higher Education Opportunities for School Leavers

Info: Ministry of Education


Unemployment gender distribution

UnemploymentGender distribution

Working age population - 205,330

Info: Ministry of Human Resources, Youth and Sports


Unemployment distribution by age group and gender

UnemploymentDistribution by age group and gender

Working age population - 205,330

Info: Ministry of Human Resources, Youth and Sports


Number of expatriate workers in the maldives by year

Number of expatriate workers in the Maldives by year

Info: Ministry of Human Resources, Youth and Sports


Expatriate distribution by occupation

Expatriate distribution by occupation

Info: Ministry of Human Resources, Youth and Sports


Training areas

Training Areas


Programme components and implementation proposal

Employability Skills

Programme components and implementation proposal

Design/develop/upgrade competency standards (CS), curriculum, learning materials, assessment resources

Employment Based Training (EBT) as apprenticeship programmes

3525 students

Institutional Based Training (IBT) with internships

3870 students

Overseas Training

1100 students


Skills development programme

Component 1: TRAINING

Component 2: PUBLIC AWARENESS AND PROMOTION OF SKILLS TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

Component 3: CAREER GUIDENCE, JOB MATCHING AND JOB PLACEMENT

Component 4: LABOUR REGULATION AND ENFORCEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING.

(i)Promote public perception of skills training and employment

(i) Conduct Career Guidance, job matching and job placement services

(i) Support the implementation of Minimum Wage

(ii) Capacity building of Training Providers and Institutions

Awareness campaign targeting unemployed youth, parents and school leavers.

Technical support to establish frameworks and monitoring mechanisms

Provide assistance and support to deliver training

Develop/Upgrade career guidance materials

Support skills upgrading/certification of industry specialists

Information on training and employment opportunities, and work ethics

Strengthen National Career Guidance Centre (NCGC)

Promote the benefits of introducing minimum wage to workers and employers

Provide career counselling, job matching and job placement through Job Centres, Youth Centres and Training Institutions

Support up skilling and upgrading of trainers

(i) Promote the attitude of employers to local employees

Public awareness on minimum wage

Training of trainers and assessors

Promote local employees to employers by creating a platform where employers can meet potential employees

(ii) Establish a workforce training fund

(i) Monitor employment status/progress of trainees upon completion of training

Technical support on establishing and operating a workforce training fund

Create and update a register of trained workers

Develop and conduct workplace exposure programmes and job shadowing programmes

(iii) Improve the quality of work environment and other provisions given to workers.

Conduct monitoring visits to sites

Set up policies to improve working conditions of expatriate workers

Conduct tracer studies post evaluation

Promote provision of minimum standards of accommodation, paid leaves and food allowances for expatriates

Strengthen enforcement capacity of MHRYS


Training areas1

TRAINING AREAS


Responsibilities

Responsibilities


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