As the global resolve for transition to green economies gains momentum, it is equally imperative to bring about a shift in skills requirements and embed a greening orientation in TVET institutions that train the professionals for the future. UNESCO-UNEVOC has developed a practical guide for TVET institutions that presents a comprehensive and actionable framework for Greening TVET.
As part of its activities commemorating the World Youth Skills Day 2017, UNESCO-UNEVOC organized its annual Skills in Action Photo Competition. With more than 250 submissions received from all over the world, focused on how TVET is empowering young people in their communities, according to the three main thematic areas focused under the UNESCO TVET Strategy.
UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSA) has launched a website with the most recent information on the activities of the European Union (EU) funded Skills and Technical Education Project (STEP) being implemented in Malawi.
On occasion of the UN World Youth Skills Day, UNESCO-UNEVOC in collaboration with the CEDEFOP organized an event participated by a diverse group of researchers, practitioners, and important stakeholders. The focus of the discussions was on enhancing the attractiveness of TVET and drawing conclusions for future action.
UNESCO‐UNEVOC jointly with the CEDEFOP are holding a workshop to discuss how to enhance the attractiveness of TVET. The workshop convenes over 50 representatives from academia, policymakers, industry, TVET institution managers and young people from different parts of the world. Find out how you can follow the workshop via livestream!