Innovating Technical and Vocational Education and Training

A framework for institutions

07.12.2020 by SEA-VET Admin SEAVET ADMIN



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UNESCO-UNEVOC (2020) - Global developments including the transition to greener economies, the application of digital technologies in the world of work, and the COVID-19 pandemic, amongst others, are changing the way we live and work. These developments are driving technical and vocational education and training (TVET) systems to improve their capacity to identify the future skills demands and to expand access to skills development opportunities. As TVET adapts itself to the impacts of significant social, environmental, and economic disruptions, innovative practices emerge with the potential to rejuvenate the future of skills development. Schools, training centres and colleges have the potential to play a leading role to drive innovation in their local skills and innovation ecosystem.

This practical guide provides a systematic, institution-wide, measurable and evidence-based methodology that enables TVET institutions to streamline innovation into their strategic planning, products and services, ecosystem engagement, and teaching and learning processes.

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