Sri Lanka Vocational Training Authority has been actively participated in 10000 Beds for COVID patie View Details
The VTA was established with the intent of providing skills for employment Manpower Division the training arm of Labor Department that was running Technical and Vocational Education and training programs in many parts of Sri Lanka, this was converted to the newly constitute Vocational Training Authority making vocational training more accessible to rural youth and depressed segments of the country
To be the most dynamic and innovative vocational training provider in Sri Lanka, catering to the global employment market.
To facilitate the fulfilment of the global skilled employment demand by developing competencies in individuals through modern methods and technologies in vocational training and education..
To gain knowledge, skills and competencies of an Electrician, e.g. to prepare estimates for electrical installations, to carry out domestic single phase electrical installation, to install domestic safety/security and communications systems, to carry out inspection, testing, fault finding and repair in domestic electrical installations. →
අනාගතය ජය ගන්නට සිහින දකින අප හට ජාතික වෘත්තිය පුහුණු අධිකාරිය පින් බිමකි. චිරං ජයතු.
ඉතාම විනායානුකූල වැදගත් පරිසරයක අංග සම්පූර්ණ පහසුකම් යටතේ අධ්යාපනය ලබන්නට ඔබත් මා මෙන් ශ්රී ලංකා වෘත්තීය පුහුණු අධිකාරිය හා එක්වන්න.
උසස් අධ්යාපන සිහිනය බොඳව යද්දී, ජීවිතය දිනන්නට මටත් තව වරක් අවස්ථාව ලබාදුන් ශ්රී ලංකා වෘත්තීය පුහුණු අධිකාරිය පිළිබඳව මට ඇත්තේ මහත් ගෞරවයකි, හද පිරි භක්තියකි.
The Vocational Training Authority (VTA) under the Ministry of Skills Development
& Vocational Training, is in the process of implementing the NVQ system very successfully.
Many developed and developing countries in the world have introduced vocational skills certification systems similar to the NVQ system. As such, the NVQ system is in real practice and quite familiar to the authorities in most of the countries. Therefore, the National Vocational Qualification System is nationally and internationally recognised in order to enter the global job market as qualified professionals.
The key intention behind establishing the VTA was to reach the rural mass of the country which was 72% of the total population, and make them to be skillful to find employment opportunities both locally and internationally. The VTA's mission is to meet the Vocational training needs of Sri Lankans providing learning opportunities trough excellent pre-employment training throughout the country.
The pre-bid meeting (2021.06.02) & bid opening (2021.06.10) will not be held on r View Details
Monthly stipend of Rs. 4000 has been offered to students who are engaged with vocational training in View Details
Bid Documents for various constructions projects in island wide centres which are governing under View Details
VTA would like to convey warmest congratulations to Mrs. Deepa Liyanage who has assumed duties as th View Details