The Torino Process is a process of evidence-based policy analysis in the field of technical and vocational education and training in the partner countries of the European Training Foundation (ETF) and involves the active participation of all stakeholders. The Torino Process was launched in 2010 and is held every two years, it gives an overview of the state of development of vocational education and training systems in the partner countries of the ETF and provides an overview of the progress made, as well as priorities for the future. Kazakhstan has been a Torino Process participant since 2012.
The main key areas of Kazakhstan's participation in the Torino Process are:
- analysis of the main TVET indicators;
- development of policy, evaluation and dissemination of best practices;
- active involvement of all stakeholder groups;
- development of methodological tools;
The results of the country report on the Torino Process are the basis for developing a policy for the enhancement and development of technical and vocational education in the Republic of Kazakhstan.