Piloting Work Based Learning (WBL) in Georgian TVET system

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Georgia’s vocational education and training (VET) system is in need of fundamental restructuring. The new legal framework allows and encourages new forms of VET, including the so-called Work-based Learning (WBL) approach, which is grounded in the German/Swiss centuries-old tradition of professional apprenticeships. In this presentation we take stock of a few pilot projects seeking to introduce WBL in Georgia, including those implemented by GIZ, UNDP (with funding from the Swiss Development Cooperation) and Millennium Challenge Corporation.

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