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Regional workshop on VET systems for youth employability in Africa

21.06.2019 - Nairobi

Around 125 stakeholders from 31 African countries composed by officials from public and private sectors (Min.Education, Chambers), next to directors of public/private Vocational training centers, participated in the second regional workshop organized by IIEP-Pôle de Dakar, LuxDev and IFEF in Nairobi on 18-20 June 2019, entitled “Improving quality management in TVET systems for the successful training-to-employment transition of Africa’s youth”.

Important topics such as Public Private Partnerships, how to mobilize the private sector with CNQ, daily management of Vocational training centers, renewed apprenticeship, key performance indicators, job insertion, statistics and surveys were on the programme of this 3 days workshop and lead to recommendations which PEFOP, IFEF, LuxDev will take up from here.

Following the success of the first Regional Workshop on Public-Private Partnerships in Vocational Training in Africa held in Dakar, March 2018, this second edition counted on the support of the European Commission's Support Facility the VET Toolbox. Besides, donor representation through AFD, UNESCO-UNEVOC, Enabel and GIZ were also presents and the Moroccan delegation exposed about the British Council support to their operational Public-private partnerships.