Building Skills for Jobs

October 29, 2016

 

Technical and Vocational Education and Training

 

NORAD call for for project outlines. The goal of the programme is to help youth and young adults to acquire the skills that are in demand in the labour market in developing countries, or to make it possible for them to create their own workplace.

 

 

This call for project outlines is being launched with the purpose of preparing a subsequent main call within the first half of 2017. A project outline is a short description of a potential project.

 

The outlines will help gain knowledge about potential high impact projects and which actors and partners that are best placed to implement them. By submitting a project outline, you can influence the main call so it becomes as relevant as possible for you as a potential applicant.

 

 

The objectives for the project "Building Skills for Jobs" are guiding this call for project outlines. The objectives are:

 

  1. Provide youth and young adults with documented and transferable skills and qualifications that are in demand in the formal and/or informal labour market

  2. Provide youth and young adults with documented skills and qualifications that contribute to entrepreneurship and/or self-employment

  3. Establish and/or develop TVET institutions, preferably in cooperation with national authorities and industry organisations

Nobel Knowledge Building will find partners to make project outline together with. Deadline is end of November 2016.

 

More about the call for project outlines: https://www.norad.no/en/front/funding/private-sector-development/building-skills-for-jobs/building-skills-for-jobs-project-outlines/ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nobel Knowledge Building will find partners to make description of a potential project. 

 

More about the call: https://www.norad.no/en/front/funding/private-sector-development/building-skills-for-jobs/building-skills-for-jobs-project-outlines/ 

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