Industry-led Skills and Workforce Development Project of the Millennium
Challenge Account – Georgia is launching the third and final round of small grants
scheme for Strengthening TVET Provider Practice (STPP).
The aim of the grant scheme is to identify Good Practices that will strengthen the provider practice in the TVET sector and increase the attractiveness and awareness of the benefits of TVET by funding projects in the grant amount of US $ 5,000 to US $ 25,000.
The STPP Small Grants Scheme is open to TVET providers and other institutions actively involved in either formal or non-formal TVET or other activities, including public and private TVET providers, educational establishments, private companies, professional organization and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
The request for proposal (RfP) and application form can be downloaded from the project website (http://www.iswd.ge/eng/documents/2/). The deadline for submitting application forms is by Wednesday, April 11, 2018.
Seventeen projects in the amount of $ 242,100 have already been funded under the small grants scheme. The financed projects have introduced innovative learning methods using modern technologies, tested new approaches to popularize specific TVET professions among school children, students & adults and initiated the good practices of cooperation with private sector. Detailed description of good practices is provided at the electronic publication uploaded at the project website for wider replication and dissemination.