Vocational Education and Training in Eastern Partnership’ (VETinEP) Project
Project duration: 01.04.2023 - 31.03.2028
Donor: Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through KfW
Budget:  EUR 20 mln.
The Project Beneficiary: the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
The Project Executing Agency: the Ukrainian Social Investment Fund (USIF)
Territory of implementation: Vinnytsia and Rivne regions

Objective: establishment of centers of excellence in vocational education and training (CoE) by means of rehabilitating and equipping existing vocational education and training schools and implementing a practice-oriented and labor market-oriented vocational education and training (VET) concept.

The current Project status:

CoEs are envisaged to be established within the Project on the basis of two VET institutions: Kvasyliv professional lyceum, urban type village Kvasyliv (Rivne region) and Higher Vocational School №41, Tulchyn town (Vinnytsia region).

The relevant Cooperation Memorandums are concluded by USIF with Kvasyliv professional lyceum, Rivne regional state administration - Rivne regional military administration and Rivne city Council as well as Tulchyn Higher Vocational School № 41 and Vinnytsia regional state administration - Vinnytsia regional military administration.

The tender on procurement of design and cost estimate documentation (DED) development services for the dormitory of Kvasyliv professional lyceum is held. The contract for DED development is concluded.

The tender on procurement of DED development services for Tulchyn Higher Vocational School № 41 is conducted. The report on evaluation of technical and financial proposals, submitted by the most qualified bidder, is being compiled.

Public consultation of environmental, social, health and safety (ESHS) documents within the Project
USIF invites all stakeholders to express their proposals for the Stakeholder Engagement Plan for VETinEP Project, which serves as a basis for planning and implementing activities to involve stakeholders during the implementation of subprojects.
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