Kyrgyz Republic: Second Vocational Education and Skills Development Project - Project Brief

Publication | December 2016

ADB’s Second Vocational Education and Skills Development Project is helping the Kyrgyz Republic to strengthen its technical and vocational education and training (TVET) program to support seven priority sectors.

The project will help to

  • Rationalize and modernize the country’s TVET system. A TVET rationalization strategy is being implemented, along with an action plan.
  • Improve TVET teaching and learning environments. Workshops, computer classrooms, and dormitories are being renovated and provided with modern equipment.
  • Develop curriculum, teaching, and learning materials. Competency-based training, and new competency standards are being implemented. Trainers are being retrained, and new curricula and materials for new occupations are being developed. Libraries are provided with new materials.
  • Strengthen the quality of TVET delivery. School principals, deputies, administrators, and teachers of vocational schools are attending in-country and international training; teachers are being certified by the Teachers’ Qualification Framework; students are educated and trained under an improved quality assurance system.

Additional Details

  • Education
  • Technical and vocational education and training
  • Kyrgyz Republic
  • ARM168414-2

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