reform in the israeli technological colleges of NIS 425 million

Posted on Jan 14, 2018 by Dan Bielski

The Ministries of Finance, Labor and Welfare agreed on a reform in the technological colleges, which would include a transfer of NIS 425 million to the colleges.
Finance Ministry Directorl Shai Baabad said that the reform approved by the government would lead to a revolution in technological training and would enable it to realize its unrealized potential. "Our common goal is to create a high-quality professional alternative for populations that to date have not received adequate training, and to ensure high-quality manpower that will enable increased productivity and growth in the economy.
Avigdor Kaplan, Director-General of the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services, said that the reform achieved by full agreement is a true message, thanks to which the technological colleges will be able to provide the economy with its needs in the leading technological fields. "The colleges will train practical engineers and technicians at the highest level Their studies, "he said.

At the end of the week, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Labor, Welfare and Social Services and the Technological College Forum reached an understanding regarding an agreed reform in the technological education system. Within the framework of the reform, national targets will be set for technological education, and an investment of NIS 200 million will be made in the technological colleges that meet the criteria set, together with an additional NIS 225 million in infrastructure and development.

The reform will ensure the growth of the colleges and improve the level of technological training in Israel, according to the needs of the economy. Moreover, the reform significantly strengthens the regulator in the Ministry of Labor, Welfare and Social Services, and sets out an outline for the establishment of a council for technological education. In addition, the reform determines the stratification of the study track so that the students will be able to receive a technician's degree after only one year, and will receive a horizon for continuing studies after being certified as an engineer. This is in accordance with the needs of the employers and students in order to increase flexibility and innovation in the system.

The main points of the reform will include the following items:
1. Setting minimum criteria for a technological college, which will support at least 800 students in order to maximize the system resources and increase investment in each student.
2. An additional NIS 200 million budget plus an additional NIS 225 million for infrastructure and development
3. Creation of stratification in the engineering degree, which includes agreement as a technician after a year and a practical engineer after two years.


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