Georgia's oldest vocational school, which is celebrated in the village Tsinamdzgvariantkari in Mtskheta region, is celebrating the 135th anniversary. Ilia Tsinamdzgvrishvili College was renewed in 2017 and was revived. It is Georgia's first and the oldest vocational school established by the famous teacher and publicist - Ilia Tsinamdzgvrishvili. His success and development contributed to Ilia Chavchavadze, Iakob Gogebashvili and Niko Tskhvedadze.
A conclusive conference was held at the Community College "Spektri", within the scope of the "Improvement of Quality of Vocational Education and Comparison of Engineering Fields in Georgia" project, where the results of the participation of the private sector and various stakeholders were presented.
Mikheil Batiashvili – the candidate for the minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, whilst addressing the Georgian Parliament, stated, that the development of vocational education is one of the main goals of the Ministry, which will help to eliminate the shortage of qualified personal in the country.