Challenge Account – Georgia organized a conference summarizing the outputs
achieved under its technical assistance component of Industry-Led Skills and
Workforce Development project.
During 2015-2018, the technical assistance component in vocational education was successfully implemented according to the action plan agreed with the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and its two agencies: National Center for Education Quality Enhancement and Teacher Professional Development Center. During this period, the concept paper and strategy for public-private partnership was developed together with the set of policy documents, training materials and guidelines on the topics of lifelong learning and adult education, quality assurance framework, modular TVET qualification and program delivery, etc.
"One of the aims of our activities is to support vocational education and technical assistance provided to policy makers in this regard is very important. Together with international experts, we have developed policy paper and strategy on public-private partnership, several important documents in authorization and participated in the development of new TVET legislation”, - said Magda Magradze, CEO of Millennium Challenge Account – Georgia.
Ketevan Natriashvili, the First Deputy Minister of Education and Science commented that the policy document in public-private partnership developed under technical assistance component has been used as a model to establish several TVET providers.
Documents and reports prepared under technical assistance component are available for all interested parties at project website: http://www.iswd.ge/eng/page/51