Korea International Cooperation Agency (Koica) has arranged a 42-day training programme for 18 instructors of Technical Training Center (TTC), Chittagong in Korea to support capacity building of the instructors in six occupations which begins on Sunday.
The TTC instructors have already reached Korea safely to attend the training programme, said a Koica press release. The participants will attend the 42-day training under Koica project ‘Enhancing the Vocational Training Program of TTC, Chittagong’.
The training aims to share the know-how of Korean technical and vocational education, training models and development experience that will help the participants to provide new standardized performance based vocational training courses under the reformed National Technical and Vocational Qualification Framework (NTVQF).
The program includes a series of lecturers, group discussions and field visits. The project is designed to upgrade the TVET system to cope with the CBT under NTVQF transforming from the present SSC (Vocational) and it will offer courses up to NTVQF Level 5.
Under this project Chittagong TTC will be promoted as an advanced technical training centre where competence based high quality training and modular based courses will be introduced so that the trainees can acquire highly skilled training to get decent jobs both at home and overseas.
United News of Bangladesh