VET Azerbaijan

Vocational Education and Training is considered to have a great potential to contribute to economic development in Azerbaijan, particularly on agriculture with its potential for diversifying the economy.

Steckbrief

  • Lead-Departement Hochschule für Agrar-, Forst- und Lebensmittelwissenschaften
  • Institut Wissenssysteme und Wissensaustausch
  • Forschungseinheit Wissenssysteme und Wissensaustausch
  • Förderorganisation Andere
  • Laufzeit 01.12.2014 - 31.12.2015
  • Projektverantwortung Barbara Vogt
  • Projektleitung Barbara Vogt
  • Projektmitarbeitende Hans Schaltenbrand
    Prof. Robert Lehmann
    Prof. Dr. Roland Stähli
    Barbara Vogt
  • Partner DEZA Azerbaijan
    HEKS-Hilfswerk der evagelischen Kirchen der Schweiz
    Azerbaijan State Agrarian University ASAU
  • Schlüsselwörter Vocational Education and Training, advisory service, Azerbaijan, Agriculture, twinning

Ausgangslage

Aim of the project: Improved skills and capacities of farmers in selected areas resulting in improved farming productivity and livelihood of the rural population through contributing to the development of high quality vocational training and advisory services

Vorgehen

The project intends to establish a twinning arrangement between HAFL and ASAU in order to empower ASAU to provide in a long run support to VET schools in technical and methodological aspects of VET and advisory service. Together with ASAU pilot projects in VET will be developed, implemented and evaluated. Furthermore a concept for advisory services at VET schools will be developed, piloted and evaluated by quantitative and qualitative means.