Cooperative Vocational Training Programme (CVT)
Cooperative Training scheme aimed at creating demand-driven skilled workforce that meets the need of the employers based on the German Dual Training System, modified into a cooperative training model to meet local needs.
Goals of the CVT Training Programme:
- Promote TVET as an efficient and preferred mean for decent work options for learners.
- Encourage employers participation in the TVET planning and delivery for the production of highly skilled and demand-led workforce.
- Promote CVT, as a viable public-private partnership model that significantly contributes to improved socio-economic status of the country.
Why is this Initiative Different?
- Paradigm shift from traditional training to Competency Based Training
- Performance based assessment and evaluation done by Industry
- Latest Industry Demand led Curricula Developed by GIZ
- Industry ownership
- Curricula compliant lab
- Curricula compliant faculty
Role of TEVTA in CVT
- Maximizing use of existing Infrastructure
- Leading the Student Enrollment Process
- Providing Trained Faculty Support
- Institutional Training
Role of Industry
- Creating opportunities for On Job Training
- Industry setting performance standards
- Paying a reasonable Stipend
- Assessment and Evaluation as per standards
The CVT Model
Benefit To The Industry
- Having a skilled workforce available, in accordance with the employer’s requirements.
- Trainees to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge and apply it in a real-life working environment.
- CVT is expected to create a paradigm shift in the vocational training sector of Pakistan
- Bringing training and educational standards at par with best global practices.
- Internationally competitive labor force.