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A practice-oriented 11-month programme to train staff from ministries and other concerned institutions in major techniques for education sector plan preparation and review.

Why this programme?

  • The achievement of educational and other Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) requires strong planning and policy analysis skills. Using innovative and collaborative training methods, the ESP programme is designed to intensively train a pool of educational planners and managers in three Asian countries (Indonesia, Thailand and Viet Nam).
  • By completing the programme, participants will be able to contribute effectively to the elaboration of sound education sector plans. At the same time, by closely involving local training institutions in the participating countries, the ESP programme aims to enhance practice-oriented national training capacities in key areas of educational policy analysis, planning and monitoring.

How does this programme benefit countries?

  • By training a large pool of professionals: 60 to 75 professionals are trained during the programme (20 to 25 in each country).
  • By involving administrative levels and institutions concerned: participants come from central and decentralized levels of ministries, other government institutions and NGOs.
  • By transferring training knowledge to national research and training institutions specialized in educational policy and planning: in each country, IIEP associates a national partner training institution in the delivery of the programme to develop and reinforce national training capacities.
  • By contributing to regional cooperation: it allows knowledge and experience sharing on educational planning among the participating country teams and training institutions.

How does this programme benefit participants?

This programme provides professionals working in the field of educational planning and management the opportunity to improve their skills and competencies. Throughout the programme, participants acquire the necessary tools and techniques for the preparation and monitoring of education sector plans and policies in their countries. They also benefit from the knowledge- and experience-sharing with other national and international educational planners, and have the chance to expand their professional network.


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