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TVETHub Approaches

Working with significant private sector involvement, this component will establish a platform for linking technical vocational education and training (TVET) in schools directly to industries, in order to upgrade workforce skills. This component will impact vocational students (10th-12th grade) and higher vocational students (13th-14th grade), as well as recent high school graduates and those already in the workforce with limited formal education. In addition to enhancing existing curriculums, the TVET component will provide internships, mentorships, and job opportunities for participants.

01. Industry-Led TVET Hubs

Partnering with a leading regional industry association, these Hubs will provide industry-specific STEM trainings for grade 10-12 and 13-14 students, as well as technical competency teacher trainings.

02. University-Led TVET Hubs

Based in universities, these Hubs will provide TVET teachers and grade 10-12 and 13-14 students with improved STEM trainings and real-world industry trainings.

03. Business-Led TVET Hubs

Working with a specific industry leader, these Hubs will provide business-specific trainings for grade 10-12 and 13-14 students and TVET teachers.

TVET Hub Roles
  • Establish a private sector engagement platform to directly link vocational institutions and students with employers.
  • Serve as a sustainable center that responds to the manpower demands of regional industries and the education demands of local TVET students and teachers.
  • Adopt international training models and enhance existing STEM and TVET curricula.
  • Serve as a knowledge center for partnering schools, businesses, and industries, providing on-going mentoring and quality assurance.
  • Manage and distribute teaching materials to participating schools.
  • Develop interactive and practical training approaches and curricula
  • Develop student internship programs with partnering businesses and industries.
Benefit at least
Vocational colleges
Across the country
Train More Than
Develop the Skills of
Vocational Students