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New UNEVOC Centre at the Georgia Ministry of Education and Science

In August 2014, the Social Partnership Support Division at Vocational Education Development Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia joined the UNEVOC Network. It is the third institution in Georgia to join the UNEVOC Network.

The division at the Ministry of Education and Science is tasked to develop and strengthen the TVET system in Georgia. By becoming a member of the UNEVOC Network, the Ministry hopes to benefit from sharing experiences on policy developments, as well as create joint programmes and community projects to enhance equal access to TVET in the country.

The introduction of a TVET reform strategy in 2009 has already increased the quality of vocational education in Georgia and supported the establishment of a framework of professional competences. Since the reform, more than a 100 educational institutions were established and/or renovated. More recently, the Ministry introduced a new long-term strategy for TVET (2013-2020) which reflects the main goals and aims of Europe 2020.

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