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Vocational Education, Training Partnership NGO
Мэргэжлийн боловсрол, сургалт түншлэл ТББ (VETP)

UNEVOC Centre (National Body) since 2018

The Vocational Education Training Partnership (VETP) is a membership-based NGO that was founded in 2013 by a group of collective development partners, including Oyu Tolgoi LLC, Millenium Challenge Account Mongolia (MCA-M), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internation ale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

VETP supports the knowledge management and harmonization of development measures in the Mongolian technical vocational education and training (TVET) sector. This way, we aim to contribute to the sustainable development of an effective workforce that meets the needs of the Mongolian industry.

VETP works closely with the Government of Mongolia, private sector, development agencies, civil society and professional associations to identify and address development gaps in the Mongolian TVET sector.

To assist stakeholders in the making of sound policy and investment decisions, we offer free access to a web based information management system to all our members. In addition to this, we help clients to unfold their potentials by providing research and other consulting services through our pool of dedicated experts.


A coordinated collective of partners working together to produce an efficient, sustainable and demand driven TVET sector with a world class workforce.


1.Promotion of a “Common Agenda” for TVET partners to align action.

2.Enabling continuous communication between TVET partners to facilitate collaboration.

3.Promotion of mutually reinforcing activities between TVET partners to leverage each other’s investment and strengths.

4.Enabling shared measurement between TVET partners to maximize positive outcomes.

5.Providing an organization with dedicated staff to support the entire initiative as well as participating organizations and agencies.

Regular tasks

A key to our partnership’s effectiveness is a shared understanding of the problem and the areas that need to be focused on to make the most positive impact.

Our partners are committed to making an impact together under the guidance of shared measurement and a common agenda. Although they operate projects independently, continuous communication ensures knowledge is shared and existing expertise and investment is maximized.

After a series of consultations with relevant stakeholders, the Vocational Education, Training Policy Coordination Department of the Ministry of Labour finalized the ‘National TVET Strategy of Mongolia 2016-2021’ in the spring of 2016.

The TVET sector strategy serves as an umbrella for the coordination of development interventions in the sector. It is composed of the following pillars:

-Expanding Social Partnership and Increasing Reputation of the Sector

-Implementation of the National Qualification Framework

-Improving Quality Assurance, Organizational Management and Governance

-Strengthening Competency Based Training and Assessment

-Ensuring Sustainability of Human Resources, Management and Teacher’s Development in the Sector and Building Capacity

Focus and interest

Work area

Which of the following fields is the UNEVOC Centre working on?
Sharing knowledge about TVET
Primary focus
Developing knowledge
  Secondary focus
Developing and building capacities
  Secondary focus


Who are the beneficiaries of the UNEVOC Centre's work?
  Secondary focus
  Secondary focus
Policy makers
Primary focus
Private sector
Primary focus

Engagement interest

What is the highest level of engagement the Centre is interested in in the following fields?
Greening of TVET institutions and skills
   Interested to learn
   Interested to learn
OER and Online Learning
   Interested to learn
Equity of access in TVET
  Interested to contribute
Gender equality in TVET
  Interested to contribute
Fostering entrepreneurship
   Interested to learn
Industry 4.0 / Smart production
   Interested to learn

Activity interest

Which types of activities is the UNEVOC Centre most interested in?
Capacity development projects
Highly interested
Policy oriented projects
Highly interested
Knowledge development
Highly interested
Workshops and conferences
Highly interested

Regional collaboration interest

What are the UNEVOC Centre's collaboration interests?
Within my cluster
Highly interested
With Africa
  Moderately interested
With the Arab States
  Moderately interested
With Asia and the Pacific
Highly interested
With Europe, CIS and North America
Highly interested
With Latin America and the Caribbean
  Moderately interested


Мэргэжлийн боловсрол, сургалт түншлэл ТББ (VETP)
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14200 Ulaanbaatar


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29 June 2020
VETP identifies good practices in TVET in Mongolia
Since 1990, the Mongolian TVET system has undergone a series of reforms. VETP (Vocational Education, Training Partnership) as an independent NGO, has identified the good practices and lessons learnt, by reviewing the successfully implemented initiatives, strategies, and procedures.
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