Ref N° 846

Review and Development of Reference Materials and VET Training Programmes

Lux Dev
Overall project value (EUR)
€ 30 392
Origin of funding
Lux Dev
Proportion carried out by legal entity
Consortium members
Start date
September 2005
End date
December 2005
Number of staff provided
1.1 w/d

Detailed description of project Back

Within the context of the bilateral cooperation between Senegal and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Lux-Development supports the Government of Senegal, specifically the Ministry of Technical Education and Vocational Training, in the implementation of a cooperation project for the rehabilitation and construction of Female Technical Education Centres in Saint-Louis, Dagana, Podor and Matam.

Project SEN/018 aims to improve the performance of the Female Technical Education Centres through an intervention based on improving training programmes, strengthening teaching capacities and improving teaching methods, rehabilitation of infrastructures and construction of new centres as well as the implementation of a system for the follow-up of graduates to make their integration in the local economic fabric easier.

Restructuring these centres is provided for in the ten-year Plan for Education and Training of the Government of Senegal and in the Regional Education Development Plans of the Saint-Louis and Matam. At the start, the four centres will accommodate 650 pupils for vocational training.

The objective of this mission is to finalise the vocational training programme in use in the female vocational training centres in the Saint Louis area.

Type of services provided

PROMAN provides the services of an expert in the review and development of reference materials and VET training programmes.

The main tasks of the expert are:

  • Presenting a new model vocational training programme as a base for the overhaul of all practical lessons;
  • Overhaul of 9 practical lessons in 9 different vocational training programmes in use;
  • Writing a report on the mission.

PROMAN HQ is providing backstopping and quality control.

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