SAKCHYAMTA is part of the TVET Practical Partnership (TVET-PP) programme implemented after the agreement between Government of Nepal and European Union in December 29, 2016. The project works under the result area-1 "scale up the quality of TVET provision and implementation ensuring that it is made available through outreach to the most disadvantaged". The project is managed directly by the "Council of Technical Education and Vocational Training" (CTEVT). It will be implemented over the period of four years 2017-2021. The project aims to contribute to Nepals inclusive and sustainable growth through investment in human capital by creating better employment opportunities with capacity development by contributing in management and capacity building of TVET sector.
The specific objective is to strengthen and implement more effectively a TVET policy responsive to labour market needs and to pilot an integrate the Public Private Partnership (PPP) approach in three key economic sectors:
Agriculture (commercial farming and food production),
Hospitality and tourism, that offer opportunities for promoting the transition to a greener, climate-resilient and low-emission economy..
To achieve the aforementioned objectives, the project works on four major key areas:
Improving human resource management (HRM) system of CTEVT and its institutes and enhance institutional capacity of CTEVT and its provincial offices as well as constituent schools.
Increasing employer representation in the development and validation of curricula.
Improving quality assurance system, standards and monitoring by engaging with private sector.
Coordination and Collaboration with TVET stakeholders at federal, provincial, and local level.
Target groups and Key stakeholder
Managers, trainers and staffs at CTEVT, its constituent schools, TECS Schools and overall TVET sector.
Potential youths of TVET sector.
TVET partners and stakeholders.
Federal, provincial and local government.
Government, private and public sector organisations working in agriculture, tourism and construction.
Government , private and public training providing institutions.
Strengthening CTEVT through improvement in institutional capacity and HRM system
Improvement of curriculum development and updating along with instructional materials including manuals/textbooks/ as per the market needs in close collaboration with the private sector
Improving quality standards and monitoring through developing a TVET Quality Assurance System (QAS) in Nepal
Improvement coordination and collaboration with National TVET Stakeholders (Line Ministries, Public Organization, Community based organizations, Employers organizations, Workers’ organizations)
The proposed action is classified under 4 major components:
1. Capacity building of CTEVT staffs to engage private sector in the development of TVET system
2. Employers involvement to develop curricula and material
3. Improving quality standards (quality assurance) and monitoring system in TVET Sector
4. Coordination and collaboration with national, provincial and local TVET Stakeholders
British Council Project Team
Project Implementation Unit (Staff)
· Project Coordinator- 1
· Sr. Administrative Officer-1
· Finance Officer-1
· Procurement Officer-1
· Project Officer-4 (QA/CD/GESI/M&E/IT Officer)
· Program Coordinator-7
· Administrative Assistance-1
· Finance Assistance-1
· Office helper-1
· Driver- 4
CTEVT /Provincial Office/CoE