• 1. THE SYRIAN VET SYSTEM
  • Introduction
  • 1.1 The socio-economic context in Syria
  • 1.2 A brief description of the VET system
  • 1.3 Governance
  • 1.4 Relevance of the VET system to labour market needs
  • 1.5 The institutional side and size of the VET system
  • 2. JOB DESCRIPTION
  • 3. TRAINERSu0092 CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
  • 3.1 VET requirement
  • 3.2 Trainersu0092 payment
  • 3.3 Trainersu0092 career path
  • 4. TEACHER- AND TRAINER-TRAINING INSTITUTIONS
  • 4.1 Specialised training centres
  • 4.2 Short period training centres
  • 4.3 Educational colleges
  • 4.4 Ministry of Industry trainer-training centre
  • 4.5 Private-sector training centres
  • 5. PRE-SERVICE TRAINING
  • 5.1 Curricula and teaching plans of intermediate institutes
  • 5.2 Testing and certification
  • 6. IN-SERVICE TRAINING
  • 6.1 Pedagogical training
  • 6.2 Technical upgrading of teachers
  • 7. FUNDING: INTERNATIONAL DONORS AND THE PUBLIC BUDGET
  • 7.1 Budget allocated for teacher training
  • 7.2 International donor assistance
  • 8. QUALITY AND RELEVANCE OF TEACHER AND TRAINER TRAINING
  • 8.1 Trainer-training competences, self-evaluation
  • 8.2 Satisfaction with courses attended
  • 8.3 Participation of teachers in designing the curriculum
  • 8.4 Teaching/learning methods
  • 8.5 The training environment
  • 8.6 Problems encountered while training and qualifying TEVT trainers of the Ministry of Education
  • 8.7 Problems and obstructions encountered while training and qualifying TEVT staff of the Ministry of Agriculture
  • 9. STRATEGIC ORIENTATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF TTT STRATEGY
  • 9.1 Ministry of Education TEVT departmentu0092s plans for better qualification of TEVT trainers
  • 9.2 Ministry of Education TEVT departmentu0092s future proposals to train and further upgrade the level of vocational teachers
  • 9.3 Information technology and communication strategy of the Ministry of Education
  • 9.4 Trainer training within the human resource development model
  • 9.5 Social institutions and involvement of soci