GSDI IV primarily aims to expand and anchor cooperative and competence-based training in the Ghanaian TVET system through a stronger focus on capacity development for the Commission for TVET in the areas of TVET coordination, registration and accreditation, curriculum development, quality assurance and Monitoring & Evaluation.
The Project also aims to produce high-quality, standardized TVET to improve professional skills that meet the needs of the labor market, which is expected to promote the greater employability of young people in Ghana. The project supports the Commission for TVET’s innovative approach to introducing competency-based training (CBT) standards
Direct beneficiaries of GSDI IV Project include the Ministry of Education, the Commission for TVET, Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Skills Training and Entrepreneurial Development (AAMUSTED) as well as other umbrella organizations such as FEPTAG, ASSI or AGI, TEU and other TVET awarding bodies. Other beneficiaries include job-seeking youth, apprentices, workers and MSME owners in the formal and informal sectors.