The project pursues to achieve the overall goal of the project through three outcomes:
Outcome 1: The IVET system brings young men and women from disadvantaged groups on a path to become employable or re-enter the education system.
- Development of a coherent legal basis consistent with the overall TVET system.
- Definition of the financing modalities.
- Selection of partner IVET schools.
- Review, revision and development of relevant courses, curricula and learning material.
- Capacity development of teachers and other related staff.
- Training delivery to the target group.
- Establishment of a system for regular tracing students.
Outcome 2: The employment support system (ESS) brings young men and women from disadvantaged groups who have graduated from IVET courses into employment or self-employment.
- Development of a concept and approach for ESS for students in IVET schools.
- Definition of the range of services.
- Identification and selection of participating institutions and organisations.
- Implementation of modular training for job coaches/career counsellors.
- Pilot implementation of ESS with IVET students.
Outcome 3: The framework conditions for IVET Training and ESS are strengthened organisationally, institutionally and at systems level with a specific focus on quality and access.
- Establishment of modality for supporting activities, initiatives and small projects for quality, organisational, institutional and systems development with a specific focus on relevance, access and quality.
- Definition of the types and range of activities, initiatives and small projects to be supported.
- Definition of the type of support (financial, capacity development, expertise)
- Definition of the application and award procedures.
- Implementation with partner organisations.
The focus will be IVET schools and ESS providers in 5 provinces located in the north, center and the south of the country.
Key implementing governmental partners:
Ministry of Education and Sports – MoES, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare – MoLSW.
- Early school-leavers from peri-urban areas: young people (15-35 years) who have completed primary, but not lower secondary education, income poverty.
- Wider: Teachers from IVET schools, staff from job centres or similar institutions (career counsellors, job coaches, community or youth workers, village facilitators, social workers.
Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU)