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KP TEVTA to promote public-private sector partnership for skills development

DSC_0282The agreement was signed on the side-lines of dialogue on private sector participation in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in the presence of Secretary Industries KP Government Ms Farah Hamid and Managing Director of KP TEVTA Mr. Munibullah Khattak. The KP TEVTA organized the session with the support of the TVET Sector Support Programme, funded by the European Union and governments of Germany and Norway.

The TVET Sector Support Programme which is working in collaboration with the National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) as well as provincial Technical Education and Vocational Training Authorities (TEVTAs) and private sector organizations is playing its vital role to improve the public-private sector partnership for the reform in the technical and vocational education for the uplift of the young people in Pakistan by skills development through Competency Based Training and Assessment system (CBT&A) and Recognition of Prior Learning system (RPL) for socio-economic uplift of the country.

DSC_0293Through TVET Sector Support Programme as many as 15,500 youth will be trained through CBT&A system in pertinent skills and 15,000 skilled labour from informal sector will be recognized via RPL system during the Phase-II

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