VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
Assessing Pilot Programs Implemented in Private Educational Institutions
The representatives of Vocational Qualifications Support Programme and group of facilitators get together at the working meeting held on May 11, to discuss the results of modules piloting that been launched in 2014 at five educational institutions (one general, on higher and three community colleges).
It’s worth mentioning, that Piloting process at the public organizations was interrupt due to complaint filed by Georgian Professional Educational and Qualification Staff Trade Union of Workers and Students (chairmen Daniel Davitashvili); however, the appeals court dismissed the complaint in the year of 2015.
Despite the obstacles, the private educational institutions completed pilot programs implementation process and presented the assessment report to the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement. As it came clear from the results of monitoring, the majority of students and teachers believe that using the modules in education makes a learning process much more exciting and outcomes are considerably better, compare to subjects studying. It’s noteworthy that major problems did not occur.
The results of Programme modules developed within UNDP and private colleges’ gives as a reason to presume that the implementation process will be a success.