Russia’s Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system is facing the challenge of delivering a qualified labour force – one that meets the needs of the country’s rapidly developing economy.
Some major issues the country is coming up against include:
- An inconsistency between applied modern technologies and those taught on TVET courses
- A lack of teachers’ and trainers’ skills when it comes to innovations and developments in subjects taught
- Poor communication between TVET providers and labour-market players; and
- Insufficient involvement of the private sector and poor availability and organisation of skills upgrading courses.
Let’s have a look at how the education system is structured in Russia. Read More