Within the framework of Skills and Jobs Project, a review of the regulatory framework on training of the Republic of Kazakhstan is being conducted.
For the purposes of this assignment, the best international experience in developing the workforce and the role of the state in this process is studied and analysed. Measures to support training providers within the existing regulatory environment are also being studied. The analysis includes an overview of the most diversified pool of leading jurisdictions from regions such as OECD (Germany and the Netherlands), CIS (Russian Federation), North America (Canada), and Southeast Asia (Singapore).
In addition, a review and analysis of legislation governing state incentives for public and private providers of training services will be conducted. Based on the analysis, recommendations will be developed to improve the existing regulatory framework in the field of training, retraining and skills development in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The results of the work will be posted on the website of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection in December 2017.