This research was conducted under the EU4Youth project ‘Enhancing Youth Education, Employment and Participation in Conflict-affected Areas in Georgia and Ukraine’. The main goal of the study is to review the effectiveness, efficiency and impact of dual vocational education and training, to detect opportunities for expansion of dual VET in selected professional directions, based on a review of systems in place and good practices.
The document consists of 4 main chapters. Following the introduction, is the Chapter on Background identifying current context with regards to labour market and socio-economic situation as well as system of the vocational education in Georgia. Chapter 2 will focus then on research methodology. Chapter 3 presents data analysis and major findings of the study and finally, chapter 4 elaborates on recommendations at the level of systems and institutions for effective, efficiency and impactful DRC interventions in the area of dual education for the two selected VET colleges.
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