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Video Documentation on TVET Project

Save the Children in partnership with UCEP Bangladesh has been implementing a Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) project with funding support from European Union. TVET aims to provide demand driven and flexible Technical Vocational Education and Training for young people in the informal economy, and to strengthen existing TVET systems to improve young people’s employability and income-generating capacity. The UCEP Technical Education Program has a proven track record to impart skills training to the students in 20 different marketable trades of 6 to 12 months duration that meet the demands of various industrial sectors such as Production and Processing Industries, Transport, Electrical and Electronics, Textiles, Garments, Furniture, Printing and Packaging, Health Services etc. to increase their productivity.

Creative Media Limited captured all the activities of the TVET Project in different parts of the country in the video documentary. The diversified working areas of this project have also been included in the video documentation process. The video documentation has been developed keeping in mind the objectives of raising awareness about the flexible and demad-driven TVET and its impact towards the TVET service holders and developing awareness among the donors, member countries and other stakeholders who will help raise funds for the TVET program, Save the Children.