“The Turin Process” (TRP) organized by the European Training Foundation (ETF) and supported by the Minidstry of Education and Science of Georgia is being implemented. “The Turin Process” (TRP) based on the analysis of the policies and practicies of vocational education monitors and evaluates the system itself and improves the policy results.
Organized by the European Training Foundation (ETF), the representatives of the Vocational Education Development Department of the Ministry of Education and Science in partnership with the local coordinators of “The Turin Process 2016” held a business conference for all the representatives of the countries involved in project. The meeting was held in an online mode, within the format of electronic platrofm, which entails the sharing of experience and information remotely. Additionally, during the meeting, basic principles of TRP 2016 was discussed in conjunction with discussing the implementation of the current work plan and the general analytical framework of the project.
Furthermore, for the representatives of the Turin Project participant countries, Mr. Nicholas Meskhishvili introduced the current electronic system policy matrix. It should be noted that, the action plan for the evidence gathering electronic system was developed with the support of the European Union Technical Asisstance Group.
It is important to note, that Georgia with the support of European Training Foundation (ETF) has the opportunity to be part of these processes, share vocational education reform progress and the overall experience to the local and international community, become familiar with the experience of the other countries, and improve the results in the vocational education through developing various partnerships.