A two-day Conference was held on the topic of strengthening social partnership in Georgia. The Conference was opened by First Deputy Minister Ketevan Natriashvili. Irakli Petriashvili, Head of Georgian Trade Unions, Oliver Reisner, Representative of the EU in Georgia and other Georgian and foreign experts were among the presenters.
A conference “Role of Private Sector in Vocational Education” was organized under the initiative of the Ministry of Education and Science and Vocational College “Spektri”. The Conference was opened by First Deputy Minister of Education and Science Ketevan Natriashvili.
Agricultural products, wine, wood and thick felt works made in the process of practical work by the students of vocational college “Aisi” were exhibited in the college. The goal of the event was to popularize vocational education, promote agritourism and to attract students, employers and donor organizations to vocational education sector.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia is starting “Professional Orientation and Career-planning Program”. The Program intended for senior pupils of basic and secondary levels shall start from 2014. The Program aims at helping teenagers to adequately evaluate and develop their skills in order to choose the right profession.
December 3, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia Ketevan Natriashvili visited vocational college “Spektri” and met students with special educational needs .
Three-day seminar for supporting vocational education development organized by the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) is currently under way and shall last till October 24. Representatives of German, Azerbaijani and Armenian vocational education systems are attending the seminar together with Georgian representatives.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia organized a conference with the support of JSC “Liberty Bank” on involvement of private sector in vocational education. The conference was opened by Minister Tamar Sanikidze.
Today, the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and International Organization for Migration arranged a conference “Vocational Education Development – Vocational Education Strategy, Professional Orientation and Quality Improvement”.
The winners of WorldSkills Georgia Competition, students of Georgian Vocational Colleges will participate in International Vocational Skills Competition held in Leipzig, July 2-7, 2013.
Norwegian architect and inclusive education experts are conducting seminars for Georgian specialists in June 3-7 within the framework of joint project between the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and the Ministry of Education and Research of Norway – “Implementing Inclusive Education in Vocational Education and Training System”.