（英）Capacity Development of Technical and Vocational Centers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Technical Education and Vocational Training Agency (TEVTA), Government of Khyber Pakhtunkha
Pakistani government conducted military operations against militants in Khyber Pakhtunknwa Province (KP) and Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) from May, 2009, and the operations gave rise to as many as 2.3 million IDPs and earthquake and floods also gave considerable damage to infrastructure.
Due to less opprotunity for education and/or vocational training, unemployment rate in KP Province has been high even before militants had infiltrated in this Province particularly among young men aged 15-29 which are main resource pool for militant recruitment.
Therefore, empowerment of the youth is an urgent need and two trades were selected for the project which is Electrician and Machinist. Electrician is the most popular course in Government Technical & Vocational Training Centres (GTVCs) in KP and essential for reconstruction of infrastructure. Machinist is the foundamental trade which can be applicable to many fields for development of industry.
Technical Education and Vocational Training are major issue plotted in "Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Comprehensive Development Strategy 2010-2017" for its old skill standard of curricula, old machinery and limited relevance with labor market. In this regard, introduction of market-oriented trainig course and rehabilitation/modernization and upgrading of wokshops are priority measures to improve situation in the sector.
Technical skill level of GTVC graduates in KP Province is improved to meet the needs of the labor market.
Students at 3 TVCs in Mingora, Gulbahar and Ghazi are able to receive quality vocational and skill training in machanist and electrician courses
(1) New supplementary teaching guides for electrician and machinist courses are developed
(2) Master trainers and lead trainers from 3TVCs of machinist and electrician courses improve their technical skills, knowledge and pedagogical methods in providing training to teachers (TOT)
(3) All teachers of 3TVCs upgraded their teaching skills and knowledge, through TOT by master trainer and lead trainers
1-1.Review the National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) training curricula of machinist and electrician courses
1-2.Collect the additional information and data, if necessary
1-3.Conduct assessment with potential employers of TVC graduate and managers in enterprises.
1-4.Identify the gaps between proposed curricula and the latest requirements in the labor market
1-5.Develop new teaching guides.
1-6.Confirm a list of necessary equipment including specifications and quantity
2-1. Train master trainers of Government Technical Teachers Training College(GTTTC) and lead trainers from TVCs to be able to provide training of trainers (TOT) utilizing the new teaching guides
2-2. Review and revise the contents and modules of teaching guides
2-3. Review methodologies of conducting training of master trainers
2-4. Finalize and translate final supplementary teaching guide to Urdu.
2-5. Develop TOT guideline.
3-1. Provide TOT for teacher of machinist and electrician courses at GTTTC and TVCs in Ghazi, Mingora, Gulbahar, utilizing the new teaching guides
3-2. Review and revise guideline for TOT
3-3 Assess the performance and level of satisfaction of TVC teachers after the TOT
(1)Short-term experts (1 Electrician, 1 Machinist)
(3)Provision of Equipmentin GTTTC and 3 GTVCs
(4)Activity costs (Creation of Teaching Guides, conducting In-country Training)
(1)Master Trainers from GTTTC on machinist and electrician course
(2) Lead Trainers from GTVC Ghazi, Gulbahar and Mingora
(3)To repair workshop buildings
(4)Appoint appropriate teachers in GTVC Ghazi, Gulbahar and Mingora
Security situation will not be worsen considerably in KP for investment and industrial sector.
Technical Education and Vocational Training Agency (TEVTA), Government of KP is the responsibility agency.
FATA Development (Assistance for Stabilization or Border Areas) is one of the special issues in in Pakistan.
ILO-Conducting National Level Survey of TVETinstitution and Labour Market Information Systems.
GIZ,Netherland and EU-cofunded "The TVET Reform Support Programme". In this programme, Pedagogical Training of Technical and Vocational Teachers was implemented (including Master Trainer of KP Province).
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