This new initiative has been discussed with key stakeholders. PIU engaged a consultant to review the TVET structure and explore possibility to apply flexible work arrangement fot teachers.
The TVET law was passed by the National Assembly in June 2014.
Draft final working paper on unit cost funding system is waiting for endorsement.
a). Senior management and teaching staff received training on strategic managment, leadership as part of capacity building.
b). Technical staff trained on pedogogical and methodological teaching skills in Singapore.
c). The Projects supports many interventions to strengthen the capacity of TVET institutions and staff. About 1,449 (326 female or 22%) management and technical staff received training on leadership, management, CBT and CBA career guidance and counseling, preventing and responding to sexual harassment, EMIS, LMIS, social marketing campaigns, of which 326 participants were women.
Installation of LMIS equipment is completed. However, the establishment of LMIS has been delayed. The project is recruitng a consultant from Thailand to completed the system and training the MLSW to carry out the tasks.
EMIS system is established, however it has not yet operationalized.
EMIS framework and format are developed but need to be further improved to reflect the design.
Training on data entry and analysis to TVET school is delayed.
The Project has developed competency based standards for 17 jobs in 4 priority skills (Certificate III) completed.
The standards were developed through public private partnership in form of establishing trade working groups under the National Training Center Permanent Office (NTC-PO).
The Project conducted various dissemination workshops to explain the objectives, strategy and approach and application of the competency based training to key management and technical staff of the Project schools. As the result, a core group of CBT methodologists have established. Workshops at school level were conducted to share the concept with their colleagues.
National skills standards for four prioriy trades: construction, automobile and machinery service and repair, furniture and basic business developed in English and Lao. These documents are uploaded on the project website for public view and use.
Ministerial Decision No. 1324 dated 15 June 2010 on the establishment of TWG.
More than 490 teaching staff in seven public and two private TVET institutes attended training on competency standards and Competency Based Training (CBT).
A wide-ranging National Competency Standards for Trainer Qualification covering 4 levels of trainer qualification has been developed and submitted to PMU for endorsement. Based on these qualification levels, teacher and trainer's training needs for both technical and pedagogical skills were identified through various consultations and gap analysis workshops.
GIZ conducted an employer survey to assess the employers' satisfaction with the skills provided by TVET institutions. To complement this survey, the EA recruits a consultant to update the survey questionnaire to assess the employers' satisfaction to the skills in 4 trade areas.
The project provides 11 students' dormitories to accommodate approximately 2,200 provincial and district students. 6 out of 11 dormitories are reserved for gilrs.
The Project constructed 11 student dormitories to accommodate 2,200 students from rural and isolated areas, of which six are reserved for girls which can accommodate about 1,200 girls.
1,658 out of 5,031 voucher recipients were women (33%).
More than 30% of students from rural and poorest group
Establishment of EMIS is in process. Data will be updated once the EMIS is fully operationed.
EMIS is in process. Data will be updated once the EMIS is fully operationed.
Data will be updated once EMIS is fully operational.
The voucher scholar recipient was 5,031; of which 1,658 (33%) are women.
The total number of student enrolled in the four trades is 9,234 in school year 2015/16.
Total voucher recipient is 5,031, of which 1,658 (33%) are female.
Total number of SY 2013/2014
Total TEVET students is 64,524, of which 29,065 are women.
TVET student in public schools is increases from 23,182 in 2014/15 to 30,221 in 2015/16. the female student also increase from 8,594 (37%) to 12,322 (41%) in the same period. 45% of the student intakes enroll in services; 43 % in industry and 14% in agriculture.
Total student intakes in private TVET schools is 41, 342, of which 20, 471 ( 49%) are women. 95% enroll in services and 5% in industry.
This activity was delayed for 2 years due to the Private training providers and industries are not familiar with ADB provurement process.
667 (155 teaching staff and 512 final students) attended specialist skills contracting program, 76 (11%) were women.
Due to the low female enrollment in thr four trade areas, 65 female students (13%) of students particpated in specialist skilled contracting program.
Advisory boards at the 7 public project TVET institutions have been set up.
The Project has strengthened the capacity of the National Training Council-Permanent Officer (NTC-PO) through various channels, including engage a consultant to review the existing roles, responsibilities, and structure of NTC-PO. Three documents including analysis of the existing role, proposed reform structure, and proposed action plan to strengthen the NTC-PO are being reviewed by MoES.
This new initiative was delayed due to the PIU team needs to digest the concept and implementation arrangements. In addition, the PIU team has to call meetings with the training providers to explain the concept of the SCP and Procurement process and requirements. The procurement of Skills contract programs was completed.
14 training programs delivered in August 2015. 1,380 It is expected that 1,380 students will attened the programs.
Modular curricula for construction, automobile and machinery maintenance, furniture and basic business were developed and are being implemented.
The Project is recruiting the consultant to develop survey questionnaire.
In compliance with stipulations in Schedule 2, para. 6 of the Grant Agreement on conditions for withdrawal of expenditures related to construction of dormitory facilities, PIU-TVET through letter dated 11 May 2012, has confirmed that advisory boards in all 9 public TVET institutions have been established with specific terms of reference, in which 36% members are female and 32% are from the private sector.
Due to the nature of the trades,
Only 11 female teachers participated the specilist skills contracting program.
A project steering committee, co-chaired by the Vice Minister, MOES and the Vice Minister, MOLSW has been established. The Project Directorate is in place, with a Project Director, a Deputy Project Director, and 7 administrative members. PIU-TVET and PIU-LMIS have both been established with contract staff.
Simple M&E was establised and regularly monitored by the TVED.