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Organisation : Tertiary and Vocational Educational Commission (TVEC) & Employers’ Federation of Ceylon (EFC)
Facility Name : Skills Passport
Applicable For : Workers
Country : Sri Lanka
Website :

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What is NSP Skills Passport?

The Skills Passport is a comprehensive portfolio of skills and qualifications of a worker, acquired informally, along with references. This enables both employers and workers of Sri Lanka to compare the skills with various skills assessment frameworks. It is essentially a “gateway” to finding a job and accessing further training for re-skilling and up-skilling. This system of documentation will ensure the skills, expertise and experience of a worker is recorded in a methodical manner, both within and across sectors.

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Benefits of NSP Skills Passport

The Skills Passport provides benefits to all it’s stakeholders

Skills and experience obtained informally can be assessed and certified. Creates opportunities for entrepreneurship and higher learning. Enables upward mobility in employment, which leads to better wages and working conditions.

Facilitates to recruit the right person for the job with the specified skill set. Unlocks access to workers with international exposure.Enables retention of workers for longer periods leading to less time and costs spent on recruiting.

Enables to classify and streamline workers by skill type and bridge the gaps in the labour market both locally and overseas. Assists with long term skills planning for the economy; facilitates the matching of skills to opportunities for future employment creation.

How To Apply For NSP Skills Passport?

The Skills Passport can be linked with a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) platform, that helps recognize informally acquired knowledge, skills and competencies through formal assessments and certifications.

Step-1 : Go to the link
Step-2 : Create User Account and Login
Step-3 : Fill the Online Application Form and
Step-4 : Submit Form

** If you are a candidate just received your NVQ certificate, please create a new user account.
** If you are a NVQ certificate holder through RPL, please check your SMS where you have receive user id and password.
** If you don’t have receive the SMS, Please press forgot password and get the user id and password.

Skills Passport Contact

Call : 0117608067
Email : skillspassport [AT]

Additional Simplified Procedure

The Sri Lankan National Skills Passport (NSP) is a program designed to recognize and document a worker’s skills and experience. There isn’t information directly available on applying for a physical passport, but the NSP seems to function more like a digital portfolio. Here’s what you can glean from the official NSP website.

Who can get an NSP?
** Workers in Sri Lanka
** Migrant Workers

Requirements (possible):
** Hold a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) certificate
** Have at least one year of confirmed work experience

Benefits of NSP:
** Provides a centralized record of your skills and experience
** Helps employers assess your qualifications for a job
** May grant exemptions from training courses you’ve already completed
** Improves your chances of finding employment or getting recognized for upskilling

How To Proceed?
** Visit the NSP website
** Explore the site for more information on the program and its benefits.
** Look for sections on registering or creating an account (if available).
** If there’s no signup option, contact the Tertiary and Vocational Educational Commission (TVEC) which manages the NSP program. Their contact details might be available on the NSP website.

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