CARICOM Human Resource Development 2030 StrategyPosted in: Documents | 26 February 2018
The XXV Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Conference (March 2014) mandated the Council for Human and Social Development (COHSOD) to establish a CARICOM Commission on Human
Resource Development, to shape a Regional Education and Human Resource Development 2030 Strategy that would –
`` form the basis for converged action by Member States ` create a framework for the CARICOM Education Agenda
The Strategy was approved by XXXII COHSOD, 30-31 March, 2017 and endorsed the XXXVIII conference, 4-6 July, 2017.
The HRD 2030 Strategy
The HRD 2030 Strategy is intended to address general deficiencies and shortfalls in the education system by reforming/redesigning the three inter-connected sectors within a single unified seamless HRD system in the areas of:
ACCESS, RELEVANCE, EQUITY AND QUALITY
The three Sectors are:
`` basic education – Early Childhood Development (ECD),
primary and secondary `` lifelong skills learning
`` tertiary education
The HRD Concept
1. All education and training (early childhood to tertiary education and workplace development) offered to citizens of the CARICOM Region for the development of their knowledge, skills
and competencies to enable a resilient workforce, better prepared for twenty first century demands.
2. Modes of education delivery in BOTH formal education and training institutions, non-formal and informal learning will seek to deliver open, flexible, distance and online learning.
Unlocking Caribbean Human Potential
Please see two files attached..
1 HRD Strategy - Pullout (6 MB)
2 HRD Strategy (2.96 MB)