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  1. “Emergency” vocational training programs Republic of Moldova, country exercise

  2. Diagnosis, key issues • Lack of motivational education at all levels (secondary, university, post-graduate) • Brain drain, Rigid labor market • Poor financing (public, private) • Lack of leadership, entrepreneurial spirit • Student-interest driven education instead of market driven • Traditionally state-run education, no much changes in curricula

  3. Education system, key figures • Vocational 70 • Colleges 47 • Universities 36, incl. 16 state, 20 private • 114 th students • 137 qualifications • 5,9 th teachers, • 37% PhD, • 6% doctors habilitat • 24% public finance (out of requirements), <3% of GDP (2002) • UNDP Human development index: 98 place out of 174 countries

  4. Key causes of the problems • Internal • Conservatism in teaching methods, • Big focus on traditional theoretical training • Focus on knowledge, instead of skills • Lack of team spirit • External • mismatch with real business needs • Traditional perception of free education • No demand for life-long education

  5. “Emergency” vocational training programs: Objective of the intervention • Develop skillful versatile workforce in the short term • Key institutions: • business, firms • industry • Ministry of Economy, • Ministry of Education, • Competitiveness and Productivity Center • vocational training schools, • Target groups: • Students • Firms, • teachers

  6. Proposed activities • Reach Agreement with the Ministries • Develop a “combined” training program, curricula • soft skills at the institution • Technical skills at the selected enterprises • Training of enterprise trainers in soft skills • Short Study visits abroad • Visiting professors, coachers • Benchmarking • Licensing of the training institution • Accreditation • Invest in control & measurement labs (one per sector)

  7. Cost estimate • Total Cost: 15 mln euro, + 20% enterprise (customers) contribution • Duration -5 years

  8. Institutions involved • Role of Ministry of Education, Economy: • Adjust legislation, monitoring • Other partners, donors: • NGO’s, • business associations - High performing teachers - practitioners

  9. Results indicators • Number of “trained workers” 5000/year initially • Growing up to 15000/year in 5 years • Schools: • pilot – 10, gradually involving up to 50 • 1000 – teachers from the vocational schools • 1000 – “enterprise” trainers

  10. Background information Moldova • Team members: Gheorghe Efros, Roman Lazu, Olga Ponomariov, Ion Tighineanu, Alexandru Ghiduleanov, Petru Gaugas, Liviu Oboroc • Republic of Moldova, Chisinau, • CPC, www.aria.md/cpc • State University, www.usm.md • Registration Chamber www.registru.md • Academy of Science www.asm.md • Youth for Progress www.youth-progress.org • Facilitator: Maria Luisa Ferreira