KOSOVO - Provision of equipment to Vocational Education and Training (VET) schools
As part of the support to the three VET schools by the project KSV/801 - European Union Support to Vocational Education and Training (VET), Professional Requalification and Occupation (ESVET PRO), on 4 October 2022, equipment has been provided to the “Adem Gllavica” school in Lipjan and the “Feriz Guri dhe Vëllezërit Çaka” school in Kaçanik for the profiles of metal worker, electrical installer, water, sewage, heating and cooling, and building insulation. As the “Lutfi Musiqi” school in Vushtrri is a beneficiary of project KSV/801 (ESVET PRO) and project KSV/020, both implemented by LuxDev, the metal worker profile has been supported by KSV/020, whereas the equipment for the profiles of electrical installer, water, sewage, heating and cooling, and building insulation are being provided by KSV/801 (ESVET PRO).
The equipment provided to the three supported schools will be utilised by the students to develop their skillset in the above-mentioned profiles.
Provision of equipment to the “Lutfi Musiqi” school in Vushtrri
Provision of equipment to the “Feriz Guri and Vëllezërit Çaka” school in Kaçanik
Provision of equipment to the “Adem Gllavica” school in Lipjan
The directors of the schools, Mr. Atdhe Neziri in Kaçanik, Mr. Skender Rudari in Lipjan, and Mr. Ibrahim Lahu in Vushtrri thanked the project KSV/801 (ESVET PRO) for the continuous support and for the provision of equipment in particular. “Undoubtedly, the equipment will immensely support the teaching and learning process while offering students the chance to enhance their skills in using the right tools that are used in real working life” states Mr Rudari.
Project KSV/801 (ESVET PRO) remains committed to equip the VET schools with modern equipment for the development and improvement of the infrastructure of the schools and the overall VET sector.
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