Labor Skills Development Program is successfully carried out among the pupils in 138 public schools of Georgia. First Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia - Ketevan Natriashvili and Deputy Minister - Lia Gigauri visited one of these schools - First Experimental School of Tbilisi and attended the labor skills course in the field of confectionery and restaurant business.
The students enrolled on 2017 autumn admission session started learning in vocational colleges. Mikheil Chkhenkeli, Minister of Education and Science of Georgia personally congratulated the students of Vocational College “Aisi” and, together with them, wished success to approximately 8,000 new entrants.
The European Vocational Skills Week has been launched in Georgia aiming to improve attractiveness and image of vocational education. Within the frameworks of the Week, the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and the German International Cooperation Society (GIZ) organized a conference “Skills for Tourism and Tourism for Skills”, which referred to the issues of teaching with the work-based dual approach in the tourism sector.