The private sector supports the new stage of the vocational education reform. Owing to the initiative of the Prime Minister, regarding the implementation of the work-based learning, including the introduction of dual education, caused a great deal of interest from the private sector.
Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia is actively meeting with the representatives of various companies. In this regard, an important meeting was held with the Tegeta Motors deputy director – Mr. Giorgi Mshvildadze.
Tegeta Motors expresses its willingness to engage in the implementation and execution of the dual education program (auto-transport) from the current year. The meeting also covered some major issues, which will greatly contribute to the provision of high quality education, as well as meeting the requirements of local labor market, and providing the employment opportunities.