Advanced Technical Vocational Education & Training (TVET) and International Consulting with Carl Duisberg Centren
Carl Duisberg Centren is a non-for-profit, privately owned, independent German consulting firm operating worldwide in the sphere of technical vocational education, project management for more than 40 years.
The scope of our services covers sector studies and the entire project cycle from preliminary site investigations through feasibility studies and detailed designs to project/program implementation and evaluation.
Our clients include national governments, major international development organizations, such as GTZ, European Commission, World Bank, Asian Development Bank and private clients such as the German large scale industry.
Over the years Carl Duisberg Centren has built up a pluridisciplinary, multinational team of full time employed personnel with a healthy mixture of young, qualified experts and experienced senior staff. In addition, we can draw upon a wide network of international freelance experts, specialized partner institutions and partner firms, which enables us to mobilize the right expertise for every task.
Education and Training
Availability of skilled labor force is a prerequisite for economic development. The role of TVET is to respond to demands in the labor market and to impart individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to contribute towards social and economic development of their societies. The key to success in TVET is co-operation between potential employers, training institutions, governments and representatives of the labor force to ensure that actual needs are met and financing can be secured. To make this happen, Carl Duisberg consultants can draw on their TVET experience of the German "Dual System" for vocational training as well as on experience in the many countries in which they have carried out TVET projects. Carl Duisberg consultants have extensive know-how to respond adequately to needs in the fields of:
- Demand driven technical and vocational education and training programs
- Training needs assessment and labor market research
- Establishment of and assistance to TVET institutions
- Training methodology and instructional technology
- Planning, specification and procurement of equipment
- Training of TVET management staff, teachers and trainers
- Vocational training in the formal and informal sector
- Evaluation of efficiency and relevance of TVET programs and projects