Ministry of Education, Guyana

TVET, CVQ & CBE

General Principles Standards (Elements of Competence) and Units of Competence should reflect substantial work roles which have credibility in employment; Standards should be meaningful, measurable and reflect the core skills of planning and problem solving – not merely conformity with…
Our Vision To ensure the global intellectual competitiveness of the Caribbean through the provision of quality assurance in education and omprehensive certification.To provide the region with:syllabuses of the highest quality; valid and reliable examinations and certificates of international repute for…
  Guyana Industrial Training Centre Vision StatementThe Guyana Industrial Training Centre will provide access to quality training for individuals at international standards through the use of relevant technologies and methodologies. Mission StatementTo provide basic and professional training for individuals that…
The Upper Corentyne Industrial Training Centre Brief HistoryThe Upper Corentyne Industrial Training Centre was established as a result of a felt need between the Government of Guyana and the communities of Upper Corentyne area.The aim being to provide Technical and…
Mahaicony Technical and Vocational Training Centre Mission StatementTo offer Education and Training to all Guyanese, who will access the knowledge and skills required to develop the community and the nation as a whole. Vision StatementTo produce well developed and skilled…
The Government Technical Institute Mission Statement The Government Technical Institute as the leading technical institute is committed to offer quality training to our clients with the availability of high quality facilities, qualified and caring staff at a prime location. Vision…
Understanding Competency Based Assessment Overview Terms The CBET System Purpose of Assessment Competency-Based Assessment Features Comparisons Conclusion What does being Competent mean? Being competent means that the individual has suitable or sufficient: Skill Knowledge Experience & Attitude According to the…
Caribbean Association Of National Training Agencies (CANTA)Quality Assurance Criteria And Guidelines for the Caribbean Vocational QualificationMarch 2009 Introduction The proposal for the free movement of certified skilled workers as one of the protocols of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy…
Foreword At this important juncture in the history of the school, it is with great anticipation that we embrace major upgrade of the programmes and future development of this institution. 2013, marks our 80th Anniversary. Indeed, the institution has enjoyed…
Linden Technical Institute MissionThe Linden Technical Institute will always open its doors to impart to students, both youths and adults, technical and vocational education and training programmes to make them competent and to satisfy the needs of industries and nation…
IntroductionThe development of the Essequibo Technical Institute is a direct result and demand of society for skilled manpower, persons of high standing, and people who are able to contribute to innovations, assume responsibilities and be members of the supervisory force…
During a stakeholders’ consultation on the draft financing strategy for the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) work programme for 2016, it was disclosed that there exists a deficit of $1.0833B to cover TVET expenditure for the fiscal year 2016.This…
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