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TVET Assessment, Information and Methodology Centre

UNEVOC Centre since 2018





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TVET Assessment Center was established on April 18, 2016 by the Government resolution No.216 and runs its activity for two years. The TVET Assessment center has been working in collaboration with 91 TVET schools, polytechnic colleges and over 800 short term course providers so far. And cooperate with professional associations and employers in areas, in particular, analysis and conclusion on competence based curriculum of TVET providers, conduct assessment of TVET school graduates, verification of assessment, certification, and conduct assessment of qualification level of vocational employees and upgrade their qualification levels.

Furthermore, the TVET Assessment Center is making steps to compose a consolidated database system that contains all information/data related to assessment, verification and certification. In further, the organization aims to conduct assessment of qualification level of citizens who are working and who apply for RPL.

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Munkhjargal Mike Burentegsh
International Cooperation Officer
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Head of UNEVOC Centre
Batdorj Tseren-Ochir
Director of TVET Assessment, Information and Methodology Centre of Mongolia



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