Education Network


Director: Lumnije Tahiri, Tel: 0280 323 457; Address: St. "Zija Shemsiu" P.n.; Email: lumnijetahiri@yahoo.com


  • Electrotechnics
  • Road traffic
  • Construction
  • Informatics
  • Architecture
  • Heating and Air conditioning
  • Automechanics
  • Mecatronics
  • Production operator
  • Telecommunication
  • Rubber recycling technology
  • Welder
  • Geodesy
  • Makineri
  • Operator of Computer-controlled Machines
  • Electrical installer
  • Chemistry

Pupils: 374

Qualified teachers:


School does NOT offer the Initial Teacher Training (ITT)


Curricula based on professional standards by school: Yes



School has access to INTERNET and is equipped with the Computer Lab

Practical learning during the week:

Class X - 6 hours

Class XI - 9 hours

Class XII - 12 hours

School has signed MOUs with

127 businesses

The main challenges in cooperating with business are:

Lack of transport for students

Lack of business willingness to cooperate

Unwillingness of students for practical learning

Small facilities in businesses and large number of students

Legal shortcoming for dual learning

High cost of business equipment

School needs for improving the current situation:

Investments in infrastructure needed

Stimulation of businesses by the municipality such as tax relief

Enabling the conditions for the autonomy of schools would facilitate and enable the best management of the educational system, but always with powers supervised and well defined by law.

The current situation could be improved if the teachers of vocational subjects had some assistants as we have for some subjects. And, cooperation with businesses so that it is easier to control the participation of students in professional practice in businesses.

A greater commitment in practical work, establishing a link between the theoretical part and the practical part by the teachers and assistants.

Curricula should be designed by professionals of a specific field

mproving the state of digitization would undoubtedly facilitate three areas of education today; a) evaluation, b) communication and c) management

The professional school must be built at the highest levels for the sake of raising the quality of learning and teaching, but also for the needs of the labor market in our country.