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The strategic development of capacities in TVET and WFD are critical to economic development in the Caribbean. The MA in Leadership in TVET and WFD is designed to enhance leadership capacities and to strengthen capabilities to design, develop and manage TVET and workforce-related programmes to respond to changes in the world of work. The School of Education also views this programme as a means towards helping to facilitate the move to having technical vocational education become more integrated into offerings at the secondary school level.
This programme is designed for a wide range of interested professionals, for example:
For admission to the programme, candidates must possess the following:
The aim of this programme is to prepare graduates to meet the needs of public and private sector organizations, training institutions, and Ministries of Education. It is designed for individuals who are capable and prepared to facilitate/provide capacity building, quality training, and leadership to monitor and guide developments in TVET and workforce preparation.
The goals of the programme are to
The programme consists of the following menu of courses: (A) TVET and WFD core courses, (B) Applied science courses, (C) Optional courses or Electives, (D) Research, (E) Field experience and (F) Seminar
Students will be required to complete 42 credits which include a research project in order to satisfy the requirement for the Master’s Degree. Note that candidates are required to do six credits of electives and six credits of applied science courses. You can view the proposed delivery structure of the programme here (pdf).
Ms. Vitra Ramcharan
Phone: (868) 662-2002, Ext.: 82163; Fax: (868) 662-6615