The project seeks to expand structures and develop skills, which will improve the framework for implementing the TVET reform and managing the system. The project supports the Ghanaian Government’s strategy to enhance the TVET system. The aim is to ensure the system can better meet the requirements for sustainable development in economic, social, and environmental terms. To this end, the project develops the competencies of state TVET stakeholders and the practical and teaching skills of TVET staff. It is also boosting the involvement of the private sector, expanding green education, and training, and supporting digital transformation in the TVET sector.
Key interventions include:
- Strengthened capacities of relevant government authorities for design and
implementation of sustainable TVET mechanism.
- Strengthened capacities of TVET providers to offer inclusive access and quality
trainings to respond to labour market needs, including for digital and green transition.
- Enhanced private sector integration into TVET system to ensure demand-driven
- Increased number of demand-oriented competence-based training offered in
selected future-oriented sectors.
The major areas of support for the project include but are not limited to the following:
- Strengthening the capacities of state actors for TVET reform.
- Improving the competencies of TVET personnel to apply CBT.
- Enhancing the integration of the private sector into the TVET system.
- Ensuring the availability of vocational schools offering training courses in green
- Supporting the digital transformation of the TVET system.