If you want to bring your life and your professionalism to the next level
Voice from Apprentice & Training Company
I am a final year student of Hotel and Gastronomy class, majoring “Room Division” in CVT Myanmar. In the class, we have been learning not only the subject’s theories and logics with real-life examples but also class group works, projects and activities with full facilities and materials. The greatest benefit of taking this class is…
My name is Mg Aung Zaw Nyunt; I am attending the metal worker course Batch 14. I am very pleased to attend this course. With a certificate from CVT, I no longer have to think about going abroad for work. A certificate is important to find a job but the more important thing is to…
Our factory has sent apprentices to CVT Myanmar every year. We see many benefits not only for the factory but also for the apprentices. After finishing the training, their skills and ideas are better than before the training. They follow the rules and work more disciplined than before and they are more aware of and…
I attended Cabinet Maker Profession, CM 7 of CVT Myanmar. I found it easy to learn because of well – designed syllabus and teaching aids. Learning at CVT enables me to improve my working efficiency. I could also overcome workplace difficulties because of the skills. I learned and working experiences. I attended at CVT Myanmar…
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The most important is your talent – trust in your capacity to get further ahead than you ever thought and achieve a new social and economic situation by learning one of five recognized profession
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Our department was founded in 2014. At first, two subjects, Myanmarsar and General Education, English Subject, were included in the department.
If you want to bring your life and your professional to next level
The dual education/ Apprenticeship program for the young people at the Center for Vocational Training provide the ‘Theory’ part of professional vocational education for the Myanmar youths who are start working at their chosen work places as the ‘Apprentices’.
About VET at CVT
In a three-year course, students are trained to be professional people. The practical skills they learn at work in the teaching and the practical courses…Explore
Mission “E4Y” stands for Education for Youth and is a program which significantly improves the opportunities for disadvantaged children to enter the pathway of further…Explore
Why Choose Our CVT
a non- profit making organization, founded in 2002. a Swiss Association registered in Myanmar as INGO (Reg-No. 0057) following the sample of Swiss and German “Dual Vocational Education”, where practice and theory are combined is working together with its partner companies to train higher skilled labor following the aim of poverty reduction through skills developmentRead More
CVT offers a high quality standard vocational model education inspired by the Swiss dual educational system CVT contributes to significantly improve the vocational education in Myanmar CVT/E4Y provides a bridge to reintegrate young people and enables them to start a professional careerRead More
Securing the future employment for the younger generation in Myanmar by vocational education Through education strengthen the country’s economy and contribute to the needs of the industries Quality Approach: High skilled training through up to date curricula’s and professional experts Improve business for the training companies and the entire economyRead More
Frequently Asked Questions
The young people who are willing to learn ‘Theory’ at the CVT and ‘Know
how, Practice and Skills’ at the work place about three years
Young people who intend to start working in their chosen business
Man or Women can apply, women participation will be strongly encouraged
Priority will be given to applicants in 17th to 22th years old
8th Standard (or) 10th Standard Level
Hotel & Gastronomy Assistant
Metal Worker and
Vocational Orientation Program for out-of-school youngsters (E4Y).
Within a three year period, the apprentices get familiar with their related professions through their daily work at the training companies. CVT complements the practical knowledge with the theoretical aspects on one school day per week. The apprentices have to attend CVT from 8 am to 4:45 pm. In addition to the weekly school day, CVT organizes every apprenticeship year a compulsory practical training course PTC of about two to three weeks.
In those courses, the apprentices learn some important details and discover aspects that they might not come across at their training companies. After three years, the apprentices prove their gained levels of knowledge in Final Exams, in both, Practice and Theory. If successfully passed, they receive a Certificate of Professional Capacity into their hands.
January and February in every year, youths can apply with their work
place agreement to attend the ‘Apprenticeship’ to get this junior
professional certificate or Diplomas
March is the usually last date for the applications
Admission test will be also in March and announcement the list to attend at the CVT will be in the first week of April.
School opening date is first week of May for every year.
Center for Vocational Training
No.27, Arnandar Paya Road, Thingangyun,
Yangon, Myanmar.Postal code: 11071
Phone: 09 7316 6206, 09 250 640 608