The Skills Development Project (SDP), financed by the Asian Development Bank and the Government of Nepal, will support the Government to implement key aspects of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Policy 2012. The project will be executed by the Ministry of Education and implemented by the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) through a Project Implementation Unit (PIU).
The SDP will help the government (i) initiate strategic sector reforms that aim to improve overall sector management and performance, (ii) improve quality and relevance of public training, and (iii) increase private sector engagement in training delivery and job placement. Each intervention has been designed to increase the efficiency and result-orientation of the TVET system, making it more market-driven. The impact of the project will be increased employability of the Nepalese workforce. Its outcome will be the establishment of a market-responsive and social and gender-inclusive TVET system.
Training and employment placement services will be delivered across the country through Developmental regions and district.
Delivering Training methodology
Hallmarks of quality training include
the adoption of CTEVT-developed /approved NSTB Level 1 & 2 curricula
the use of learner-centered competency based methodologies having adequate practical work .
qualified and practically experienced trainers for each group of 20 trainees
well-illuminated, well-ventilated and well-equipped classrooms and workshop areas having weather-protected solid walls and ceilings and access to separate toilet and washing facilities for male and female trainees
flexible training times to suit the trainees, and particularly women
a safe and healthy working environment with adequate first aid facilities
a grievance mechanism which allows trainees to report, confidentially, complaints to the agency
Employment Services and Placement.
The training and employment service provider is expected to develop an approach which will ensure that training will lead to long-term, gainful wage-employment or self-employment, mainly in the construction, manufacturing and service sectors, for all trainees – with each having an income of at least NRs 4,600 per month derived from the training-related employment, six months after the respective training period.
For further information please contact:
Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training
Skills Development Project
Project Implementation Unit
Phone No: 4412957, 4412958
Fax No: 4412958