This Strategy 2014 – 2020 builds on the achievements of the developments experienced in the implementation of the previous strategy 2008- 2013, but also takes into account the lessons learned. Given a widespread, diverse network of public and private training providers with different institutional set-ups and their specific training philosophies it remains a fundamental task to create a coherent E- TVET system. This will follow an agreed upon and harmonized policy set, sharing underlying principles and philosophies throughout the sector. Its scope will cover all forms of post primary education and training instruction that are directly linked with the acquisition of vocational and technical skills at all levels, from semi-skilled to technician level, in initial and continuous training courses.
The aim of this strategy development is to make a significant contribution and achieve better alignment and cohesive governance in the E-TVET sector. Ultimately, building on past goals and achievements and current Government priorities, the strategy will assist in building a cohesive and structured employment oriented (demand-led) TVET sector that is well managed.