UNESCO-UNEVOC will convene a panel discussion session entitled ‘TVET and Heritage Skills – Can TVET Help Preserve Heritage?’ as a side-event at the upcoming session of the World Heritage Committee. One of the aims of the session is to raise awareness of the role TVET can play in supporting humanity's shared cultural and natural heritage.
This is the final report on the Global Forum on "Skills for Work and Life post-2015" held in Bonn, Germany in October 2014. The forum engaged more than 200 stakeholders from all five regions of the world in identifying future directions in skills development.
UNESCO has published the third volume of its new book series entitled ''Education on the Move''. The overall series focuses on key trends in education today and challenges for tomorrow. This particular volume is dedicated to exploring how the transformative potential of TVET can be released.
UNESCO-UNEVOC's glossary on technical and vocational education and training TVETipedia has reached a thousand definitions.
The third issue of the Shanghai Update is published! This newsletter gives an overview of activities undertaken by UNESCO and UNEVOC in response to the recommendations that Member States made to UNESCO at the Third International TVET Congress in Shanghai in May 2012.