Our long-standing educational and technical vocational education and training (TVET) work is recognized for implementing exceptional system change programs in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Technical Education, as well as relevant ministries such as the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Our work delivers projects on education reform strategies, curriculum development and capacity building, for beneficiaries including students, teachers, administrators, and ministerial staff. We design and implement programs at the national level developing national strategies to the municipal level developing governance structures, conducting capacity needs assessments and capacity building activities. CID also has experience in developing and implementing communication strategies to national education programs as well as conducting evaluations to educational programs. We are proud to deliver a diverse array of educational interventions to ensure every individual has the opportunity to succeed.
In 2020, GIZ Egypt needed to design a full-fledged communication strategy for the third phase of the Employment Promotion Project (EPP III). Aiming to support the technical education reform in Egypt, EPP III works in direct partnership with the Ministry of Education & Technical Education (MoETE), but also interacts closely with a range of players at various levels of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) ecosystem.
As part of the EU-Ministry of Trade and Industry co-funded programme “TVET II- Support to the Technical and Vocational Educational and Training reform programme”, CID partnered with GFA Consulting were tasked with enhancing the relevance and quality of the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system through curriculum development, capacity building and quality assurance.
To develop the country’s young talent pool and increase competitiveness on a global stage, we were employed for a two-part project by the Ministry of Trade and Industry to develop a national human resources development strategy for the Egyptian tourism sector and a final TVET law, whilst assessing and expanding a multi-level TVET governance structure.