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The Council for TVET is a relatively new organization that is being strengthened to efficiently and effectively discharge its functions as outlined in the TVET Act of 2004.

In Guyana the further development of TVET is being pursued with the implementation of the provisions of the National TVET Policy and 3 Strategic Plan which articulate the development strategy for TVET for the period 2011-2021.

A skill needs survey for the mining sector was conducted in January 2012 by the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (CTVET), and Statistical Unit, Ministry of Labour Human Services and Social Security.

The Caribbean Single Market and Economy as well as the escalation of the effects of the demands of globalization dictate that Guyanese industries become more competitive and relevant as the dynamics of international competition reveals our weaknesses.

The Caribbean Single Market and Economy as well as the escalation of the effects of the demands of globalization dictate that Guyanese industries become more competitive and relevant as the dynamics of international competition reveals our weaknesses.