NAVTTC has begun accreditation of Pakistani finest institutes with international organizations in order to empower Pakistani TVET students.
NAVTTC (National Vocational and Technical Training Commission) conducted online meetings with the UK Government Accredited Agency for investigating quality and execution of five TVET foundations from all over Pakistan to achieve worldwide acknowledgment, acknowledgment, and global competitiveness.
On this event, the Executive Director NAVTTC, Dr. Nasir Khan has stated, “In keeping with the vision of our Prime Minister as visualized in “Hunarmand Pakistan” venture, a significant piece of “Kamyab Jawan” program, NAVTTC has officially propelled the game-changing, milestone activity of worldwide accreditation of its chosen institutes by joining hands with UKNARIC, an accreditation agency of the United Kingdom with a coordinated effort by the British Council”.
“This activity would change the TVET scene in Pakistan by carrying it at standard with universal gauges which would upgrade employability of our childhood in the global market hence expanding the picture of Pakistani talented laborers worldwide and giving enormous lift in remote settlements”, Dr. Khan included.
Through this guided procedure of value checks and confirmation and quality upgrades, the establishments will accomplish worldwide accreditation, preparing for Pakistan’s exportable workforce to guarantee a lot on the planet’s business advertise on serious wages, and along these lines contribute fundamentally in the financial advancement of the nation.
As a piece of “Hunarmand Pakistan” Project and “Kamyab Jawan” Program, fifty foundations from all over Pakistan will be globally authorized. The main cluster of five organizations started the procedure with the UKNARIC master board through an online discussion process encouraged by NAVTTC, subbing the physical survey by UKNARIC specialists arranged before yet delayed because of the COVID-19 circumstance.
Development Training Technology Institute (CTTI), Islamabad, ATIN NLC Mandra, Government College of Technology, Railway Road, Lahore, Karachi Tools, Dyes and Molds Center (KTDMC), Karachi, and the Shipyard Training Institutes, Karachi were the initial five institutes, which took an interest in this unique survey process orchestrated by NAVTTC in a joint effort with British Council.
During the activity of global accreditation, three specialists Dr. Fabrizio Trifirio, Kevin Kendall, and Dwindle Jhodson from UKNARIC have altogether analyzed a presentation, quality, the executive’s structure and scholarly conveyance of the previously mentioned establishments with entire day gatherings during the range of five days. In this activity, meetings, and conversations with the principals, senior employees, the executive’s staff and chose understudies were completed for investigating the organizations’ quality.
A young motivated person, interested in research and bioenterpreneurship in Pakistan.