TVET Qualification Framework is a system of national recognition of vocational skills, knowledge and competencies. The Framework sets quality standards in the provision of TVET in Ghana.
The Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) constituted a Technical Committee in May 2009 and started the effort of setting National TVET Qualification Framework and proposed the Framework.
One of the Standing Committees, National TVET Qualification Committee(NTVETQC) etook over the responsibility to review and establish the proposed Qualification Framework.
The National TVET Qualifications Framework for Ghana, now recommends a 8-Levels. Level 1, covering the traditional apprenticeship, is the lowest and the least demanding and Level 8, Doctorate in Technology, being the highest and the most demanding.