Mission of NCVETD

Mission of NCVETD is to increase efficiency of preliminary (artisan) and vocational education and training, including adult education system reforms, to foster its development, international integration, international recognition of awarded certificates and qualifications in the Republic of Armenia.


  1. NCVETD supports developing VET strategy and policy, medium- and long-term development programs and action plans for the development of VET system, organizing and implementing analyses of VET system; participates in the rationalization of VET system, including developing proposals concerning their creation, reorganization, liquidation, allocation and revision of activities.
  2. It insures communication between VET system and the labour market, promoting the consideration of labour market trends and needs in VET development programs, involvement of involvement representatives of industries into VET, increasing opportunities of students to gain practical inside on industries.
  3. It supports in developing National Qualifications Framework compatible with the European framework of qualifications, its implementation and continuous modernization.
  4. It organizes and carries out the development and continuous updating of qualification (educational) standards, provides professional expertise, advice.
  5. It organizes scientific and sociological research in VET system, investigates and localizes international experience in the VET sector.
  6. It supports the development and introduction of system of credit accumulation and transfer in the Republic of Armenia.



Worldskills Armenia Visited Paris

France, Russia and Belgium are the three nominee countries for hosting the competition of WorldSkills 2019.

President of WorldSkills France Gérard Larcher in the framework of the project


Training for Lecturers of Syunik State Regional College

The lecturers of Syunik State Regional College participated in the training of “Improvement of living conditions of persons with disabilities through the promotion of employment” from June 22 to June 26.


Say Yes To Non-Formal Education at Schools

In the framework of “Erasmus+” program the project of “Say Yes to Non-Formal Education at Schools” has taken place recently in Georgia. The project lasted seven days. Four countries including Georgia, Armenia, Estonia and Latvia participated in it.