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Champion Leaders Development Program for TVET Skills for Poverty Alleviation

Date : Sep. 28 - Oct. 2, 2013   /
Venue : Kabul, Afghanistan   /
Program Type: Special In-Country Program   /
Collaborating Organization: National Skills Development Program Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs Martyrs and Disabled, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan  /

Training Modules and Main Contents

There are altogether three modules, which are described in detail with objectives, approaches and contents.

  • Promoting TVET Skills for Poverty Alleviation
  • Generic Skills for Employability
  • Stimulating Technical & Social entrepreneurship skills for Poverty alleviation

The delivery of the program design follows a spiral learning approach, beginning with an overview of core concepts and followed by progressively deeper application of the concepts and finally a self-directed learning approach through action planning.

Module 1: Promoting TVET Skills for Poverty Alleviation

  • Modular Employable TVET Skills in Skills for Poverty Alleviation
  • Current initiatives & innovative practices for Poverty Alleviation
  • TVET Skills for Poverty Alleviation : conceptual frameworks and initiatives
  • Methodology of identification of major TVET skills intervention for Poverty Alleviation
  • Designing TVET skills Modular Program and Instructional Material

Module 2: Generic Skills Development for Employability

  • Identification of major generic skills intervention for Employability
  • Designing learning experiences and instructional material for generic skills development
  • Higher order thinking skills (adapting to change, problem-solving, creativity, decision-making, learning how to learn)
  • Interpersonal and team skills (communication, co-operation, negotiation/conflict resolution, leadership, and dealing with diversity)

Module 3: Stimulating Social Entrepreneurship Skills for Poverty Alleviation

  • Key perspectives on poverty alleviation through social entrepreneurship
  • Business planning and budgeting
  • Challenges and issues in promoting entrepreneurship
  • Identification of areas for technical and social entrepreneurship in service sector
  • Best action models and practices for poverty alleviation

Expected Outcome

Emergent approaches for integrating TVET Skills for Poverty alleviation Action plan with a special vision for SDPA project in TVET Sector