The workshop was aimed at celebration of 10th year of DEC and sharing the Edukans developed 7-STEPS, a tested formula that builds sustainable links between the local labour market, schools and training institutions. The result? Young people gain skills through relevant and high-quality education, while employers get the highly-skilled personnel they need.
Ato Teshome Lemma the State Minister of TVET Agency also gave a brief explanation about the general situation of the TVET sector of Ethiopia. The minister also quoted our aim is to "creating coherent based TVET sector in formal and non formal ways"
At the event there were also a group discussion on the 7-steps of Edukans.
Please watch the video and read more about the steps here
Training and Education for a better future!
For the SEAD project Q-Point brings extensive experience in implementing value chain related projects, business development and performance improvement of companies, cooperatives and organizations. Q-Point has been leading in several market assessments and studies carried out by HE Institutions in the region. In Rwanda Q-Point is involved as a leading partner in 4 relevant value chain development projects since 2013, with extensive experience in capacity building in Rwandan (and E... Read more
Since 2015, Musanze Polytechnic started being involved in the SEAD project activities through its two departments of Agriculture & Food Processing (AFP) and Irrigation and Drainage Technology (IDT).
In the SEAD project, which aims at capacitating the HLIs’ staf... Read more
The target sectors for developing skills were determined based on the following criteria: (a) priority sectors of focus under the EDPRS-2; (b) sectors that employ large numbers of the population; (c) sectors with potential for value addition and improved productivity; (d) sectors where foreign direct investmen... Read more
Over 15 teams submitted their topics and were invited to a well appreciated workshop in June, facilitated by professor Meine Pieter van Dijk of Maastricht School of Management, to finetune their ideas, be guided through the essentials of research methodologies and, foremost, to be challenged on their initial thought on what and how to conduct their research. The better understanding of the topic at hand, the way to approach their research, complemented with a critical literature review around their topics,... Read more
Workshop tackling youth unemployment!
• Inspiring speakers from the private sector and field of TVET
• Interactive and practical sessions to learn more about a market-driven approach
•Discussions on the seven steps of Edukans
• Networking with different stakeholders
• Meeting young people who benefit from Edukans Learn4Work projects
Spaces are limited, so please let us know via this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
if you would like to secure your place for this event.
The SEAD project has gained momentum as evidenced by the number of activities that took place in the last two months as well as the upcoming activities. The Labour Market Needs Assessments of the four value chains have revealed valuable information on the formal and non-formal education and training programs that are needed by the sector as well as research and innovation themes the sector has flagged for the knowledge institutions to work on. The project has supported a national training of career guidance officers from all 392 TVET institutions in Rwanda.
· SENIOR PROGRAMME MANAGER
· SENIOR MONITORING, EVALUATION, ACCOUNTABILITY AND LEARNING (MEAL) PROGRAMME OFFICER
Woord en Daad connects people throughout the world in their fight against poverty, from a Biblical perspective. In this way, we wish to contribute to sustainable change in the Netherlands and worldwide. Woord en Daad works in the following areas: education, technical and vocational education and training, job placement, inclusive agribusiness development, WASH, and emergency relief. In the Netherlands, Woord en Daad aims to make people, companies and the government aware of their responsibility with regard to poverty worldwide.
Woord en Daad is looking for a senior programme manager (click for more) and a senior MEAL programme officer (click for more) for the five-year programme Employable Youth in Ethiopia (EYE), which is a programme funded by the Addressing Root Causes of Migration (ARC) fund of the Dutch Ministry of... Read more
The Ministry of Education in collaboration with its Development Partners have organized a TVET Week due to take place from October 2, 2015 to October 8, 2015.
The TVET week will comprise a TVET Expo, a regional TVET “Learning from Experience” Symposium, and a Ministerial Conference. The various activities will include field visits, a symposium, and an African Ministerial TVET Conference.
The schedules are as follows:
· TVET Expo from October 2, 2015 to October 8, 2015 at Gikondo Expo Ground;
· Site school visit in Southern and Western Province on October 5, 2015;
· TVET Symposium from October 6, 2015 to October 7, 2015 at Kigali Serena Hotel; and
· African Ministerial TVET Conference on October 8, 2015 at Kigali Serena Hotel.
The purpose of the TVET week is to share experiences from the field with a focus on quality, innovation and employment promotion. And the Ministerial Conference will be a follow up of the decisions made during the 2014 Ministerial Conference in Abidjan in which 28 m... Read more
First thing to do: contact the national coordinator in your country! He or she can help you with developing your idea into a concrete and detailed plan, with finding suitable and capable partners, with filling out the forms, and with submitting your proposal. In short: with all the steps that are necessary to turn your idea into reality. Please make sure to ask for support from the national coordinator on time, well before the expiration of the deadline!
Contact details of the national coordinators.Read more