Skills development reduces poverty and equips young people to find decent jobs
Date: 17 November – 15 December 2017
The School Inspectorate of Covasna County organized a work meeting with the heads of vocational schools, economic agents and technical education units on 15th December 2017. The main theme of the meeting was to analyze the centralization of schooling requests in dual and professional education for the 2018-2019 school year.
Headmasters of schools from each county had to collect proposals regarded to the need of dual and professional education taking into account labor market requirements and the fact that the number of pupils is decreasing.
Our cluster was involved from 17th November 2017 to take part in the final decision making of how many dual education and vocational education classes will be established for the 2018-2019 school year. Until the deadline, 24th November 2017, we collected 17 proposals from our members and from other companies.
As a result, in Covasna County overall there will be 37 professional education classes including 27 vocational education classes, of which 4.5 dual education classes, and 10 technological high school class.