On December 19, representatives of various vocational
schools, the Social Service Agency, the Employment Agency of the Autonomous The Republic of Adjara, the Ministry of Internally Displaced People from the
Occupied Territories, Labor and Health of Georgia and Local Authorities, infrastructure
and construction companies attended the meeting.
In the beginning, the two Georgian project
members, the Education Development and Employment Center (EDEC) and the Charity
Humanitarian Center “Abkhazeti,” presented the previous activities and results.
A core achievement is a newly developed janitor
training modules. Based on German experiences, the content was worked out by EDEC
in cooperation with the vocational college “Construct 2.” So far, three modules
have been prepared:
- mandatory security measures to create a
safe living environment – management of dangers and risks;
- maintenance of communication systems in the
building and elimination of defects;
- maintenance of the building and elimination
The aims of the project are to support new caretaking
services and the introduction of the janitor profession in Georgia. Target
groups are young people, representatives of the vocational colleges, homeowner
associations, and decision-makers.
The project “Master of My House – Build up
for Future!” is implemented by the three NGOs Housing Initiative for Eastern
Europe (IWO), the Education Development and Employment Center (EDEC) and the
Charity Humanitarian Center “Abkhazeti” (CHCA) with the support of the German Ministry
of Foreign Affairs. The project is a sequel to the partners’ initial “Master of
My House – Master of My Future” initiative.