Applying the G20 Training Strategy in Kyrgyzstan (Phase 2)

The Kyrgyz Republic has started implementation of the second phase of the "Applying the G20 Training strategy: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation" project, which is aimed at strengthening national skills development systems, policies and strategies so that to improve employability of both women and men, promote equal access to employment opportunities as well as equal treatment including increased incomes for inclusive and sustainable growth. The project is in line with the Government priorities and fosters improvement of skills development system.

What's new

  1. Statistical analysis of skills demand and supply kicks off in the Kyrgyz Republic

    The National Training Workshop aimed to share the fundamentals of knowledge and techniques for collecting and processing statistical data on TVET.

  2. Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russian Federation shared experience in development of occupational standards, qualifications and assessment tools

    The workshop aimed at sharing the knowledge and techniques for the development of occupational standards and competency-based qualifications between representatives from the Project countries-beneficiaries: Armenia , Kyrgyzstan , Tajikistan and Russian Federation.

  3. Experts from the Project countries: Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russian Federation discussed the achievements and outstanding challenges in their countries' VET systems

    Experts and resource persons from the countries-beneficiaries of the G20TS Project: Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russian Federation, the Project team headed by Chief Technical Advisor and Project’s expert discussed the achievements and outstanding challenges in their countries’ VET systems.

  4. Practice demonstration technical workshop: In-depth review of practices and approaches to development of occupational standards and qualifications

    The workshop aimed at familiarizing participants with the objective of the pilot on development of occupational standards and qualifications and requirements on selection of industry sectors and priority occupations.

  5. Second session of the Technical working group under the pilot: "Analysis of the short-term demand for the skilled labour force" – The way forward

    The Ministry of Labour and Social Development of the Kyrgyz Republic chaired the Second session of the Technical Working Group organized to advice on the implementation of the Pilot on analysis of the demand for the skilled labour force and interpretation of results obtained for efficient TVET enrolment planning.

  6. Kyrgyzstan’s Project Steering Committee to review Project’s progress to date and planned interventions for 2019

    The ILO’s Project Applying the G20 Training Strategy: A Partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation (Phase 2), National Project Steering Committee (NPSC) third meeting took place at the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic.

  7. First session of the Technical Working Group: Pilot on analysis of the demand for the skilled workforce

    The Ministry of Labour and Social Development of the Kyrgyz Republic chaired the first session of the Technical Working Group (TWG), which was established with the purpose of piloting the Methodology for analysis of the short-term demand for skilled workforce. The workshop was organized under the framework of the ILO Project “Applying the G20 Training Strategy: A Partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation” (Phase 2).

  8. Policy makers and experts in Kyrgyzstan to increase knowledge in TVET strategies - Project Pilot

    The Pilot is being implemented by an Inter-agency technical working group established by the Ministry of Education and Science. The Group has analysed the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) strategic planning approaches already being applied in developed countries and selected among these the ones that most correspond to the priorities of the Kyrgyz Republic.

  9. Round Table: Discussion of the results of analysis of national skills development strategic objectives and related indicators and the need of their alignment to international HRD recommendations

    Bishkek, 18 January 2018 - The ‘Applying the G20 Training strategy: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation’ Phase 2 project team in Kyrgyzstan organized a round table on ‘Discussion of the results of analysis of national skills development strategic objectives and related indicators and the need of their alignment to international HRD recommendations’. The main objective of the round table was to develop knowledge of policy makers and stakeholders to critically examine strategic objectives and related indicators based on international experience.

Events

  1. National workshop “Improving governance of TVET at the regional level in Kyrgyzstan (on the example of Chuy region)”

    The topic of TVET governance will be discussed on a concrete example of the survey of the occupational and skill structure of the workforce in the Chui region and its comparison with the structure of the graduates of lyceums and colleges of the region.

  2. Training Workshop: Alignment of strategic objectives and performance indicators for Skills Development to the international Human Resource Development (HRD) policy recommendations and experience of G20 countries

    The purpose of the workshop is the familiarisation of participants with international Human Resource Development (HRD) policy instruments and the experience of G20 countries, capacity building of participants in analysis of national strategic objectives and indicators for Skills Development, as well as its alignment with international HRD recommendations from the ILO and other UN Agencies.

  3. Technical Consultation on ‘Fundamentals of the G20 project and on guidance of the international HRD policy instruments for skills development’

    The 'Applying the G20 Training Strategy' project aims to strengthen regional and global knowledge-sharing on designing and implementing Skills Development policies and strategies enabling to ensure the enhancement of human capital development, growth of productivity and competitiveness through greater participation in and more equal access to skills training, employment, decent work and the improvement of livelihoods.