The Functions of NTA

The Agency’s role is clearly defined in the Grenada Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training Act of 2009 and it has the mandate to perform the following functions:

  • To manage the issuance of certificates in relation to TVET
  • To validate regional competency standards and develop new competency
  • To approve the design and delivery of training courses

In addition, the National Training Agency is responsible for:

  • The introduction of CARICOM approved occupational standards in all areas of training including Hospitality, Construction, Agriculture and Marina.
  • Establishment of Industry Lead Bodies to validate all standards in the different occupational areas for use in Grenada.
  • Establishment of Accreditation and Quality Assurance Procedures to facilitate training and certification that will enable trainees to achieve the Caribbean Vocational Qualification (CVQ) in their specific area of training.
  • The Certification of the Grenada workforce to meet the labour market demands of industry.
  • Establishment of a Standard Qualifications Framework.

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