In order to raise awareness of the vocational education and innovative approaches, the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, organized a week of modern technologies in vocational education.
The innovative teaching week in vocational education, has kicked off by opening the exhibition of items, created at the innovative laboratories, and was attended by the first deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia – Ketevan Natriashvili, and the acting chairman of the Innovation and Technology Agency – Avtandil Kasradze.
The exhibition included innovative works of state vocational colleges: Spectri, Marisa, Information Technologies Academy and Modusi. During the event, the representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science as well as the Innovation and Technology Agency have made brief presentations on innovative teaching and services in the industry.
Within the scope of the week, daily target groups will be arranged and informed regarding the particular service in the industry. Alongside the State vocational schools, Georgian State University, Start Up Factory and Future Laboratories are participating in the event.