Using the assessment module developed by this project, we aim to identify the areas of skills mismatch and contribute to enhance the relevance of education and training for the demand of skilled workers in the industries of developing economies in Africa and Asia.
Objectives of the Project
We will specify, with concrete evidence
Whether the workers in companies/factories, industrial parks, or a whole sector have the required skills
Whether the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) of the government and/or private institutions produces workers with appropriate skills demanded by the industries
Where the mismatches exist between industrial skills needs and training
We will help the governments, companies/factories, and industry associations to improve the human resource development programs by
Proposing the specific approaches and content for the revision of on-going curriculum/ training programs
Facilitating participatory multi-stakeholder workshops to identify problems and develop joint action plans
Proposing the roadmap for improved contribution of human resources to economic growth and inclusive employment
Our skills assessment module is applicable to various industries in various countries
Our assessment module can capture the skills of workers/students comprehensively, including literacy, numeracy, vocational, and behavioral skills and personality traits
Our module can be used for diverse industries, particularly in manufacturing sectors.
We can assess skills of people from novice to manager levels.
We have experience of working in developing countries with different conditions.