Appui à la formation professionnelle duale au Rwanda


To achieve the development aspirations of Rwanda, one of the critical elements is to build strong bridges between the world of work and training institutions. This project aims to improve the quality of education by emphasizing on strengthening national mechanisms for decision-making, system integration and active engagement of the private sector in the skills development process. It will therefore focus more on institutionalization and sustainability by integrating all the stakeholders in a high-performance and locally adapted TVET system.

Paese/Regione Tema Periodo Budget
Ruanda
Formazione professionale
Impiego & sviluppo economico
Formazione professionale
Creazione di occupazione
01.08.2023 - 31.12.2027
CHF  5’000’000
Contesto Rwanda has embarked on a structural transformative goal of becoming an upper middle-income country by 2035. Although the economy has grown steadily, with a depression in 2020 due to COVID-19, unemployment remains high. Statistics show that 16.5% of Rwanda's working population is unemployed and that 54% of the working population is officially unemployed but lives from subsistence farming (2023). To reach this ambitious goal, Rwanda aims to establish a dual apprenticeship system inspired by the systems that have proved successful in Switzerland, Germany and Austria. Based on the experience and lessons learned from a pilot project financed by the SDC, the Rwanda TVET Board (RTB), with the continued support of SDC, made a strategic decision to move from a pilot project to the national implementation of this technical and vocational training, adapted to the Rwandan context.
Obiettivi The aim of the project is to ensure that dual TVET in Rwanda is scaled up, sustained and institutionalized, leading to more young men and women (at least 40% female) to benefit from employment opportunities through the acquisition of skills that meet the requirements of the labour market.
Gruppi target
  • The target group of this project includes young women and men in Rwanda, particularly those aspiring for or already enrolled in formal TVET pursuing a qualification at levels 3 to 5
  • 16 Technical Secondary Schools in Rwanda to deliver Dual TVET programmes
  • Private companies from various economic sectors engaged in Dual TVET
  • In-company instructors providing the practical training to the Dual TVET students
  • The Private Sector Federation (PSF) and professional associations and Sector Skills Councils
Effetti a medio termine

Outcome 1: Young men and women have access to relevant skills by pursuing Dual TVET programmes at upper secondary school level.

Outcome 2: Private Sector Engagement in skills development is strengthened through establishing effective cooperation mechanisms between TVET policy makers, national authorities and the business sector.

Outcome 3: Dual TVET is adapted to the national context and integrated into the formal education and training system.

Risultati

Risultati principali attesi:   More than 1'500 students will be enrolled in 16 TVET schools and companies which will deliver the Dual TVET programs in the full qualification cycle (Level 3 to 5).
Collaboration between skills development stakeholders, with specific focus on the private sector, will be boosted through promotional and dissemination campaigns, awareness raising events, targeted capacity-building.
The institutionalization of Dual TVET by adjusting the existing legal framework, strategic documents and assessment standards to ensure the mainstreaming of Dual TVET at national level is realised.


Risultati fasi precedenti:  

PROMOST:

837 students (38% females) were trained in the dual TVET in 8 schools.

All have been trained in entrepreneurship and financial literacy.

315 school and company trainers have been trained in technical and pedagogical skills to support trainees effectively.

69 In-company instructors were certified

More than 100 companies in Western, Northern, Southern Provinces, and Kigali City were part of the dual training programme delivery.


Direzione/Ufficio responsabile DSC
Credito Cooperazione allo sviluppo
Partner del progetto Partner contrattuale
Economia privata
Instituzione statale straniera
Organizzazione svizzera senza scopo di lucro
  • Central State of South East
  • HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation
  • Settore privato straniero Nord
  • Settore privato straniero Sud/Est
  • Settore privato svizzero
  • Ministry of Finance (MINECOFIN), Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) and the Rwanda TVET Board (RTB)


Coordinamento con altri progetti e attori Access to Finance, Private Sector Engagement (Swiss projects in preparation)
For the workplace Learning: GIZ, ENABEL, KfW, AfDB
Switzerland is co-chair of the TVET Sub-sector
Working Group and so co-setting the agenda of the national policy dialogue
The Private Sector Federation and the Sector Skills Councils
Budget Fase in corso Budget Svizzera CHF    5’000’000 Budget svizzero attualmente già speso CHF    150’039 Progetto totale dalla prima fase Budget Svizzera CHF   250’000
Fasi del progetto Fase 1 01.08.2023 - 31.12.2027   (Fase in corso)