Cedefop and UNESCO enhance collaboration

The Director of Cedefop, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, Mr James Calleja, travelled to UNESCO Headquarters on 5-6 May to meet with senior UNESCO management and TVET specialists.

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Call for proposals for innovative capacity building programmes in the UNEVOC Network

UNESCO-UNEVOC is looking to support UNEVOC Network members that are leading innovative capacity development programmes in TVET.

Jessica Davis

UNEVOC welcomes visiting expert from TAFE Directors Australia

Jessica Davis, visiting expert from TAFE Directors Australia - a UNEVOC Coordinating Centre in the Asia Pacific Region, will be with us for ten weeks.

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UNESCO-UNEVOC is proud to announce the winners of the Skills in Action Award!

UNESCO-UNEVOC has launched the Skills in Action Award for the first time and is most pleased with the reception of this award in the TVET community.

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Skills development for the cultural and natural heritage sector

Ms Anna Steinkamp of the German National Commission came to UNESCO-UNEVOC on 9 March to discuss possible joint interventions at the 39th Session of the World Heritage Committee due to take place in Bonn in June 2015.

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