Reforming technical and vocational education and training in the Middle East and North Africa: experiences and challenges

This report is the result of an analysis of the main challenges for the reform of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in the Middle East and North Africa, undertaken jointly by the ETF and the World Bank. The role of TVET in the provision of quality and relevant learning opportunities in the region is explored around five themes: improving governance, financing, quality and relevance, the role of the private sector and the acquisition of skills in the informal sector. Key findings from country reviews of Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia are presented in the report.
This report is the result of an analysis of the main challenges for the reform of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in the Middle East and North Africa, undertaken jointly by the ETF and the World Bank. The role of TVET in the provision of quality and relevant learning opportunities in the region is explored around five themes: improving governance, financing, quality and relevance, the role of the private sector and the acquisition of skills in the informal sector. Key findings from country reviews of Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia are presented in the report.