According to ADB website, the ADB is working with Mongolia to promote jobs through an overhaul of the country’s technical and vocational education and training system. The project focuses on three areas—agriculture, construction, and road and transportation. It supports partnerships with private companies to ensure that skills training leads to good jobs, and is upgrading equipment and facilities for at least 20 training centers.
The project will improve the employability of graduates from technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programs and courses in three priority sectors of the economy in Mongolia: agriculture, construction, and road and transportation. The project, which has several innovative features, will (i) develop an industry-driven TVET system; (ii) upgrade selected TVET providers to implement competency-based training and assessment; (iii) establish training systems for TVET teachers and managers; (iv) support secondary education career guidance and schools that specialize in technology; and (v) establish an effective project management system.
Project Officer: Maruyama, Asako
East Asia Department
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
Executing Agency: Ministry of Labor
Email Address: M_JADAMBA@HOTMAIL.COM
Government Building #9, Peace Avenue- 16,
Bayanzurkh District, Ulaanbaatar City
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