Federal Minister of MoFEPT
Executive Director NAVTTC
National Vocational & Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) - Government of Pakistan
U/ PM’s Youth Skill Development Prog, NAVTTC trainee Umer Farooq frm Multan is one of the thousands of youth who r employed & earning a respectable income for families, working as a freelancer n providing services to Private Firm. He did free of cost 6 month Cyber Security course
Prime Minister's Youth Programme and @ilo are bringing free training workshops to all aspiring entrepreneurs in Islamabad!
Established in 2005, National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) is the apex body for technical education and vocational training in the country mandated to provide for regulations, coordination, and policy direction for vocational and technical training and is thus involved in the policy making, strategy formulation, regulation, and revamping of the country’s entire Technical & Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system. NAVTTC is an autonomous public sector body created through the NAVTTC Act-2011 that is presently working under the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. NAVTTC was established as an attached entity of the Prime Minister’s Secretariat (Public) to promote and regulate technical and vocational training in the country. It facilitates, regulates, and provides policy direction for skill development in Pakistan.
Skills for Employability, Skills for All
Strategy as Catalyst for TVET Sector Development in Pakistan, is one of the six important schemes included in the program, launched by the “Prime Minister of Pakistan” through which young generation can get opportunities to excel in their respective fields. It encompasses the following 14 TVET (Technical Vocational & Educational Trainings) specific interventions for uplift of the TEVT sector and will be implemented all across Pakistan including Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Jammu & Kashmir, and newly added districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Skill Development trainings of 50,000 youth in High Tech. technologies like; Advanced Electronics, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Block-chain, Intelligent Vehicles, Robotics and Mechatronics will enable us to capture due share of workforce in ...
This component targets to equip 50,000 youth of less-developed areas (Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Jammu & Kashmir, districts ofall provinces) with hands-on skills in conventional sectors like; Construction, hospitality, Manufacturing, Textile and domestic skills for women ...
NAVTTC to initiate Business Incubation Centers, in support of Prime Minister’s Startup Pakistan movement. BIC by National Vocational Technical Training Commission is based on the Higher Education Commission’s program of Blended Incubation along the similar lines
In accordance with current government vision of maximizing employment opportunities for Pakistani skilled manpower, NAVTTC to establish country of destination specific TVET institutes across Pakistan with high out flux of Pakistanis in the international market workers