Message from the Bureau Head

I sincerely welcome everyone to the Tigray region TVET portal! This is your online access to the premiere TVET agency in the northern part of Ethiopia.

The TVET Tigray portal/website holds a wealth of information and features to aid you get to know our programs better and bring you into the multi-faceted realm of our promising agency.

The TVET Tigray portal covers collaborations of more than twenty seven governmental and twenty nine nongovernmental TVET Institutions all over the Tigray region of Ethiopia.

In just the tip of your finger you can access information’s on Tigray’s TVET bureau’s programs, facilities, admission requirements in every TVET institutions, mission and vision, location map, Human Resource Information System Portal, Student Portal,

I fervently hope that by visiting and exploring the TVET Tigray portal you would be inspired and enticed to support and become part of the legacy of the prestigious and successful TVET Tigray family.

Tigray Region, Ethiopia



Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Ethiopia seeks to create competent and self-reliant citizens to contribute to the economic and social
development of the country, thus improving the livelihoods of all Ethiopians and
sustainably reducing poverty.


The overall objective of the National TVET Strategy is to create a competent,
motivated, adaptable and innovative workforce in Ethiopia contributing to poverty
reduction and social and economic development through facilitating demand-driven,
high quality technical and vocational education and training, relevant to all sectors of
the economy, at all levels and to all people.

Specifically, the National TVET Strategy aims to:

  • Create and further develop a comprehensive, integrated, outcome-based anddecentralized TVET system for Ethiopia
  • Strengthen TVET institutions in view of making them Centres for TechnologyCapability, Accumulation & Transfer
  • Create a coherent framework for all actors and stakeholders in the TVET system
  • Establish and capacitate the necessary institutional set-up to manage and
  • implement TVET in ensuring quality management system (QMS)
  • Improve the quality of TVET (formal and non-formal) at all levels and make it responsive to the needs of the labour marketFacilitate the expansion of relevant
  • TVET offers which are crucial to national development
    Strengthen the private training provision and encourage enterprises to participate in the TVET system.
  • Empower women and rural people through skills development
  • Ensure equal access of women and people with special needs to TVET
    Strengthen the culture of self-employment and support job creation in the economy, in particular in the emerging regions.
  • Develop a sustainable financing system for TVET with efficient and cost-effective delivery systems and management structures.
  • Build the necessary human capacities to effectively manage and implement TVET.

* Tentative Compliance Audit Schedule is on June 2014!!!
* Download Available Checklist (May 2014)
* Southern Cluster Filipino Experts Group in Action(May 2014)....please read the article !!!
* Health Sector Group with Filipino Experts in Action(May 2014)...please read the article!!!

* Wukro Agriculture College photos at gallery page
* Health Sector launches their TeCAT for this year....please read the article!!!
* Health Sector Accomplishment Report for 2014...please read the article!!!
* The Objective Structured Clinical Examination, a Health Sector report....please read the article!!!
* Post audit report action from Health Sector...please read the article!!!

Formal, Non-formal and informal TVET sector in Ethiopia

TVET is seen as an overarching term to describe all modes of formal, non-formal and informal training and learning below higher education provided by all government and non government providers.
>>>read more

MOE Transformation of TVET

The Ministry of Education and the Regional Education Bureaus have shown their commitment to improving access to Technical Vocational Education and Training. After the introduction of the Education and Training policy in 1994, the number of formal and non-formal TVET provision centers has mushroomed. The Ethiopian government has recognized the importance and the need for establishing a large number of TVET institutions in the effort to promote economic and technological development in the country.
>>>read more