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Pre-employment VET investment strategy in developing countries : Based on the experiences of Korea

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Title Pre-employment VET investment strategy in developing countries
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Based on the experiences of Korea

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Sejong:KDIS

Date 2014
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Education
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Abstract

The literacy requirements of both globalization and technological change necessitate enhancement of literacy education and training to keep pace with these phenomena. Sierra Leone‘s An Agenda for Change – Second Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRSPII) 2008-2012 has mainstreamed youth employment and the government has developed a National Action Plan on Youth Employment. Moreover, TVET in Sierra Leone needs a new focus and new direction to strongly respond to the PRSP. In fact a national harmonized policy for TVET is required for a national curriculum. Hitherto, the development and implementation of TVET reform programmes has been severely hampered by budgetary constraints in all 16 countries in the ECOWAS. Based on frontier research on the lessons learned from recent TVET reforms in other developing countries, this paper aims to inform the future comprehensive design and implementation of strategies for TVET in Sierra Leone. (The rest omitted)