Strengthen and create new VET and skills partnerships
The current policy advisory structures for employment and training should be reviewed to identify the strengths and weakness of existing structures in the context of VET and employment policies. This should include the role that could be played by employers in the implementation of the framework. Partnerships should take account of four main types of relations that need to be improved. These are:
Relations between public authorities and agencies (e.g. the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Labour, and others with responsibility for skill development, such as those in charge of rural and business policies).
Public Private Partnerships related to the management and guidance of VET and the coordination and implementation of continuing vocational training. This would include the expected national qualification framework.
National and local partnerships that connect local and regional organizations with national authorities.
Private and private partnerships, e.g. between companies and representative 'business management organisations' particularly at the sectoral level.
Develop continuing vocational training section
The government should work with the private and non-government sector to accelerate the development of an industry-led continuing vocational sector