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Friday, 11 March 2011 09:47

Expanding and strengthening gender mainstreaming in labour and vocational training sectorsPromoting the enforcement of the law on social security schemePromoting the enforcement of the law on social security schemeIntroduction

The Project will support the Government's strategies to reduce poverty and achieve socio economic development for all Cambodians. These include (i) promotion of vocational and skills training to ensure continuing improvement in national productivity, (ii) creation of jobs in the formal and nonformal sectors, (iii) an increase in agriculture productivity to create jobs in rural? areas, and (iv) the establishment of technical vocational education and training (TVET) networks to assist both men and women, especially the poor, disabled and vulnerable, to respond to labor market needs. The design and monitoring framework (DMF) is in Appendix 1.

The Project will help ensure an expanded public TVET system that is endorsed by industry and is better aligned with the skills requirements of the formal and informal economies. The project will develop replicable models for transforming the system so it is more relevant to services and information and communication technologies (ICT). These models can be used as the basis for continued reform in other industry sectors.

Project approach. As there is an absence of labor market data, it is not yet possible to identify and address specific skills shortages with any validity, so the Project has not been designed to target specific shortage. The objective is to build a platform for continued reform by developing replicable models so the system can be made more relevant to industry. The key steps will include the establishment of industry advisory groups, the development of retraining for instructors, including skills training, upgrading of facilities if needed, and training institute directors to operate in more enterprise-directed ways. Eventually this approach will need to be replicated in all major employment sectors.

The three sectors (mechinics, construction and business services and ICT) were chosen to develop this model because they (i) represent general, mainstream skill areas with substantial national coverage, (ii) are representative of skills provision in Cambodia, (iii) cover both the lower and mid-levels of skills employment and (iv) are offered in all PTCs. The selection was based on data collected from employers and center directors, data on graduate placement and the rate of growth in these sectors, and training demand. A further consideration for including business and ICT is that it is the one area of TVET training where girls and young women are represented.

The Project will support the Government's strategies to reduce poverty and achieve socio economic development for all Cambodians. These include (i) promotion of vocational and skills training to ensure continuing improvement in national productivity, (ii) creation of jobs in the formal and nonformal sectors, (iii) an increase in agriculture productivity to create jobs in rural? areas, and (iv) the establishment of technical vocational education and training (TVET) networks to assist both men and women, especially the poor, disabled and vulnerable, to respond to labor market needs. The design and monitoring framework (DMF) is in Appendix 1.

The Project will help ensure an expanded public TVET system that is endorsed by industry and is better aligned with the skills requirements of the formal and informal economies. The project will develop replicable models for transforming the system so it is more relevant to services and information and communication technologies (ICT). These models can be used as the basis for continued reform in other industry sectors.

Project approach. As there is an absence of labor market data, it is not yet possible to identify and address specific skills shortages with any validity, so the Project has not been designed to target specific shortage. The objective is to build a platform for continued reform by developing replicable models so the system can be made more relevant to industry. The key steps will include the establishment of industry advisory groups, the development of retraining for instructors, including skills training, upgrading of facilities if needed, and training institute directors to operate in more enterprise-directed ways. Eventually this approach will need to be replicated in all major employment sectors.

The three sectors (mechinics, construction and business services and ICT) were chosen to develop this model because they (i) represent general, mainstream skill areas with substantial national coverage, (ii) are representative of skills provision in Cambodia, (iii) cover both the lower and mid-levels of skills employment and (iv) are offered in all PTCs. The selection was based on data collected from employers and center directors, data on graduate placement and the rate of growth in these sectors, and training demand. A further consideration for including business and ICT is that it is the one area of TVET training where girls and young women are represented.

Vision

Reduced poverty and a skilled labour force meeting the economies needs resulting from labour force development and technical and vocational education and training.

Mission

To develop training programs to give skills to the work force and improved income to families.

Strategy

- Creating jobs.
- Ensuring better working conditions.
- Promoting the enforcement of the law on social security scheme.
- Developing capacity building on the technical and vocational skills for people.
- Expanding and strengthening gender mainstreaming in labour and vocational training sectors.
- Strengthening institutions, partnership, work efficiency, and accountability.

Policy

-Commune and Enterprise Basic Skill Training.
-Focus on out of School Youth.
-Provide Self Employment Training.
-Link training and Micro Credit.
-Assist Small Enterprise Development.
-Support Public Private Partnership (PPP).
-PPP : Enterprise Involvement in TVET (ESCs).
-PPP : Expanding of TVET Provision of TVET.
-Assuring Quality of TVET Provision (NTTN).
-Quality of TVET Leadership, Management and Coordination.
-Labour Market Information.

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