July 1, 2017

Strengthening Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Tajikistan

ADB - Asian Development Bank

Description of project:

The project of the Asian Development Bank helped develop a demand-driven, quality-assured, and flexible technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system responsive to labor market needs through:

  • Modern TVET methodology;
  • Upgraded physical learning facilities of selected TVET institutions;
  • Improved access to quality programs;
  • Strengthened governance and management.

Activities undertaken:

Envidatec GmbH was involved as a consulting firm and carried out the following activities:

  • Provide the client with inputs on modern international TVET practices for clean energy education.
  • Facilitate an understanding of opportunities for the progressive development of clean energy competencies for a future comprehensive industry-led TVET system in Tajikistan.
  • Mentor energy sector leaders and assist with workforce strategic planning linked to skills development for the clean energy sector.
  • Develop manuals and guidelines on the process of developing a clean energy sectorial occupational map.
  • Assist in mobilizing the industry to support the development of competency-based training (CBT).
  • Work with national competency standards specialists and facilitators who will work towards the development of competency standards and new technical and vocational qualifications.
  • Support the development of occupational standards and assessments, instruments, CBT curriculum, and learning materials.

Employees involved:

  • Detlef Borst: International renewable energy and energy efficiency expert, TVET expert in clean energy and energy efficiency.
  • Peer Schuback: Backstopping, International renewable energy, and energy efficiency expert, TVET expert in clean energy and energy efficiency.