Stakeholder collaboration for development of new training program- DNeT

Along with the economic development of the country, the demand for high-quality human resources always requires educational institutions to constantly improve the quality of teaching to meet the needs of employers.
However, according to the regulations of the Ministry of Education and Training, new subjects must not exceed 30% of the total number of credits in the training program and should be reviewed and adjusted every 2 years.
In order to keep pace with economic development and the needs of the labour market, in addition to the development of new subjects, which are limited to no more than 30% of the total number of credits in the training program, current subjects content should be updated regularly to be able to meet the evolving needs of the labour market.
This platform was born with the purpose of connecting employers, scientists and schools to discuss and propose suitable content to include in university training programs.
Meeting on 23 December 2020 plan for development of seven existing and new courses 
Conferences on improving the quality of higher education will be held regularly in the following link.

Action Forum for Improvement of Training programs