A Comparative analysis of technical vocational education and training system in Afghanistan and Germany
The potential contribution of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to employment has attracted much interest from researchers, policy makers and academia over the years. Because TVET systems are very dynamic and vary across countries, there is considerable amount of comparative studies and arguably so, suggesting that the approach helps other countries to advance. This qualitative study compares TVET systems of two countries, Afghanistan, a developing country with a relatively recent history of TVET, and Germany, a developed country with an advanced experience in TVET. The method used comprises of examining the TVET features in both countries and bringing out their similarities and differences. The objective is to observe the features in Germany’s TVET system and what Afghanistan can learn from them. The result of this observation will help make recommendations for Afghanistan.
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