TVET Expert : Khan Mohammad Mahmud Hasan

Khan Mohammad Mahmud Hasan is a highly qualified TVET (Technical and Vocational Education Training) expert with over 20 years of experience. He possesses a proven track record of designing, implementing, and evaluating successful TVET programs that bridge the skills gap and empower youth for employment.

Key Strengths:

  • Curriculum Development: Extensive experience in analyzing industry needs, setting competency standards, and developing skill-focused TVET curriculums aligned with market demands.
  • Program Design & Implementation: Proven expertise in leading the design and implementation of innovative TVET programs, ensuring effective curriculum delivery.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Strong ability to collaborate with diverse stakeholders, including government agencies, NGOs, and the private sector, to develop and implement TVET initiatives.
  • Training & Development: Skilled in conducting training needs assessments, designing training modules, and delivering impactful training programs for diverse learner groups.
  • Career Coaching & Counseling: Extensive experience in providing career guidance and counseling to TVET students, promoting career development strategies within the TVET sector.
  • Labor Market Analysis: Proven ability to analyze labor market trends to inform TVET program development and ensure skills training aligns with current industry needs.

TEVT Books:

  • Competency-Based Training and Assessment: A paradigm shift in Bangladesh’s TVET
  • TVET Institutional Management: Enhancing Effectiveness and Efficiency
  • Vocational Career Guidance and Counselling (Bangla)
  • Vocational Career Guidance and Counselling (English)
  • Design Effective TVET Curriculum – A Comprehensive Guide
  • CBLM (Competency-Based Learning Materials – Explained(English)
  • TVET Project Management

Additional Skills: Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, Capacity Building, Community-Based Development, Gender Equality in TVET

Impact: Passionate about empowering youth, particularly marginalized groups, through skill development and improved employment opportunities.