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About CGTI

CGTI is the first-ever fashion and textile training institute in Cambodia that aspires to narrow the gap between training needs and existing job matches in Cambodia. In collaboration with GMAC, we provide qualitative and quantitative capacity building goals.


Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone,
Phum Trapeang Kul, Sangkat Kantouk,
Khan Porsenchey, Phnom Penh,
Kingdom of Cambodia


Monday - Friday 08:00AM - 05:00PM
Saturday 08:00AM - 12:00PM


Recognizing the need to grow the skilled workforce for the garment industry as well as narrow the gap between training needs and existing job matches in Cambodia, the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) which is currently officially renamed to Textile, Apparel, Footwear &Travel Goods Association in Cambodia (TAFTAC) sought for companies to set up Cambodian Garment Training Institute (CGTI) with the aim of providing qualitative and quantitative capacity building goals.

About Cambodia’s Fashion and Textile Industry

The Garment Industry bloomed in 1994 and since then, there are an estimated employed 847,419 workers  amongst the 739 Member which consist of 551 Garment export-oriented factories, Bag 85 factories, Non-Garment 53 Factories, Footwear 8 Factories and 42 of Associate registered with TAFTAC.


To be the leading training institute in the Cambodian
Fashion industry


To develop in each student the attitude, skills and knowledge for the textile and fashion industry in Cambodia


Centre Director Key Message

CGTI was established since 2015 by TAFTAC members for the purpose to serve the Garment,

Footwear and Travel Goods Sector (GFT), by providing training and consultant services to members and

general public, particularly providing skills and quality workforces for the Labour market.
CGTI run by the initiative of all members for compulsory
contribution of training levy to support building up capacity
and skills for members’ staff and workers. In return, the
members have option to leverage on the training levy for their own in-house capacity
development, and partake the in-service training offered by CGTI. In the other hand, it
was also agreed that CGTI would follow a business model that include fee for services as
essential to achieving sustainability.
Marking our 6 th years Journey since our official launched on 23 rd August 2017, accredited
by the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, CGTI provide training services include
both long and short-term courses in technical and soft skills,

labour law and ISO which are exclusively required by Industry.
Considering that having the right skills among workers and staff is crucial for factories or
industries to succeed in trade, and vice versa trade is important to provide workers with
the right skills, as well as availability of skilled workers contributes to higher and more
diversified exports, FDI, higher absorption of technology, and more sustainable growth
and productive employment creation, CGTI pay high attention with each training
courses’ development in responding to the Skills Needs and Industry 4.0.
At the same time, skills are the key determinant for workers to find a better job and
livelihood. Providing the “right skills at the right time” is very important to prevent skills’
mismatches between the needs and demand for the present and future.


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