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República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA.

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Apresentação em tema: "República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA."— Transcrição da apresentação:

1 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS WORKSHOP ON RESOURCE INDUSTRIES – MAPUTO MARCH 25 –

2 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Introduction Objectives of the TVET Reform Economic and Labour Market context Response of current TVET System Can Mega Projects contribute Mega Projects impact Why Should Mega Projects support TVET Feedback from both Mega Projects and Government Institutional Modalities for Mega Project Investments The way forward Contents

3 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS The Government of Mozambique is undertaking a TVET Reform aimed at transforming the current supply oriented into a demand led system. To achieve that the government regards as essential the engagement of the private sector and organizations of civil society in the national and sector level to plan and implement the reform process. A statutory body for governance of the TVET sector (COREP,) involving equal representation from the public and private sectors has been established with legal powers to co-ordinate, plan and manage the TVET transformation process. Introduction

4 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS To contribute towards the economic and social sustainable development, making enterprises and the Mozambican economy more competitive through training of competent and entrepreneurs citizens To establish, with the involvement of all social partners, an integrated, coherent, flexible and labor market demand driven Vocational Education System To create an integrated framework of Qualifications and Training Based on Competency Standards, with a curricular structure, aligned with the needs of industry Objectives of the TVET Reform

5 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Economic and Labour Market context Agricultures contribution to GDP declined to 19% of GDP between 1996 and 2001, but still responsible for 70% of employment Manufacturing, construction, trade and services increased contribution to GDP to 66% over 1996 to 2001, but only 26% of employment In 2004, the primary sector dominates in the North (Cabo Delgado, Nampula, Niassa) and Centre (Tete, Sofala, Zambezia, Manica) The South (Maputo city/ province, Gaza, Inhambane) is dominated by the tertiary and secondary sectors. Manufacturing comprises food and beverages, textiles, garments and footwear, light engineering inputs, other industrial inputs, and industrial maintenance. 6% of labour force in formal sector 80% of formal sector employment in trade and services (real estate, public admin, financial services, tourism and hospitality).

6 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Response of current TVET System A largely unskilled workforce has been unable to take advantage of the intermediate and high skills demand At the intermediate skills level, this is due to a TVET system that has been unable to respond to this demand: - Failure rates of 50% - Drop-out rates of 30% -About 25% of graduates able to find employment -Employers satisfaction around 50% - TVET graduates that do find jobs often have to be retrained

7 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Recognizing the experience and expertise of Mega Projects in developing high quality and relevant skills for their own operations, how can they contribute to raising the quality and relevance of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in Mozambique, in a planned and coordinated way Can Mega Projects contribute

8 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Mega Projects impact Mega-projects combined impact expected to boost GDP in 2010 by an additional 34%. Around 8% of this is due to the current impact of Mozal Phase I and Cahora Bassa. Mega projects will accelerate growth in the construction, mining, energy, biofuels, agro-industry, and manufacturing sectors Mega projects impact on employment is less significant. Estimates put the impact of the current and planned roster of ten mega projects at 25,000 direct jobs - 10,000 jobs in mega projects and 15,000 through suppliers and service providers. The construction phases of mega- projects are estimated to create an additional 15,000

9 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Why Should Mega Projects support TVET Mega Projects may have a strong economic rationale for investing in TVET: -Firstly, these employers are dependent on an adequate supply of skilled labour for their operations, and they have a maximum of five years to ensure that their workforce is 80% Mozambican -Second, skills formation is dependent on strong employer involvement in its planning, design and delivery. Consequently, employers have a direct interest in investing in the training of skilled labour in Mozambique and partnering with government to develop a quality training system

10 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Feedback from both Mega Projects and Government Overall agreement that TVET must involve mega projects Strong support for a more coordinated and planned approach to Mega Projects investments in TVET TVET investments: – Must be within a consistent framework (plan, investor obligations, service level agreements) – Must be communicated to all stakeholders (scope, focus, etc.) – Need an efficient administration to guide mega project TVET investments Private sector focus should be on promoting delivery excellence Support for partnerships with other mega projects - interest in leveraging common areas of interest (hydro electric, bio ethanol and sugar, mining, construction, trades, supplier support etc) Preference for investments in TVET that government manages Strong support for assisting SME training and development Interest in skills fund if properly managed and invested, and employers represented on Board

11 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS Institutional Modalities for Mega Project Investments 1.Mega Projects train for the market via company training centres 2.Investment in Industry Training centres 3.Investment in publicly owned training centres 4.Investment in small business training 5.Investment in training centre management and train- the-trainer development programmes 6.Support a faculty on a university or polytechnic 7.Contribute to a national skills fund

12 República de MoçambiqueCOREP EDUCAÇÃO PARA O TRABALHO COMPETÊNCIAS PARA A PRODUÇÃO DESENVOLVIMENTO PARA O PAÍS The way forward 1.Finalizing the strategies, policy and procedures for Mega Projects investment (legislation, investment guideline, TVET framework Agreement,etc). 2.Facilitate Mega Project collaboration and planning leading to negotiations between the Mega Projects and Government to entering agreenments on the the TVET investment for a period of time (i.e. 3 – 5 years) and establish Structures to oversee and Administer the mega Project TVET Investment Programme 3.Implementation 4.Monitoring, Evaluation and Adjustment

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