TVET”s Role is crucial in filling the skill gap among industries (Addis Chamber, January 18, 2024) This is disclosed during the national public private dialogue forum (PPDF) Forum held in Addis Ababa.

Hosted by Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce& Sectoral Association, the second PPDF brought together key industrial players of TVET.
“In order to empower the TVET sector and produce highly qualified graduates, it is imperative to install competent and committed TVET governance since it is highly correlated with addressing challenges of industries and other sectors of the economy”, said Melaku Azezew, president of Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce & Sectoral Association (ECCSA) while delivering his key note address to the Forum.
During the forum the new TVET proclamation 1298/15 (HETVTRIIL) has been introduced by Solomon Benor( PhD).
The proclamation that is endorsed by House of Peoples Representatives last June 2023 considers linkages and cooperation among and between key stakeholders of TVETs in Ethiopia.
The new proclamation, according to the presenter, intends to create competitive industries by forging linkages among key stakeholders as well as ensuring accountability and transparency by installing legal frameworks, said Solomon Benor.
The forum also hosted the presentations from GIZ on issues of sustainable training and education program (STEP III) as well as global experience was shared accompanied by series of discussion among participants.