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NCVER report on regulating and quality assuring VET

The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) in Australia is happy to share their latest international comparative report on international good practice in regulating and quality assuring TVET.

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Virtual Conference: UNESCO’s future TVET strategy

From 28 September to 3 October, you will have the chance to participate in our next virtual conference on UNESCO’s future strategy for TVET (2016-2021). This online conference will be moderated by Mike Campbell, an expert in the fields of skills, labour markets and the economy.

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Celebration of the World Youth Skills Day at NBTE Nigeria

The Executive Secretary and Management of NBTE, Kaduna, Nigeria congratulates the TVET community on the celebration of July 15, 2015 as the World Youth Skills Day.

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COTVET Ghana celebrates World Youth Skills day

On the occasion of World Youth Skills day, the government of Ghana called on the public to its efforts to make TVET an enterprising venture. Sebastian Deh, Executive Director of the Council for Technical Vocational Education and Training (COTVET), urged the youth, as well as master craft persons involved in the delivery of skills training, to upgrade their skills for increased productivity and a better future.

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Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) Sensitization Workshop in Nigeria

The objectives of the sensitization workshop on Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) with over 250 Corps members in attendance were to find strategies to cope with thousands of National Youth Service Corps members per year entering a saturated job market.

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  • Regional Forum Reports
    on meetings conducted in all 5 UNEVOC regions: Africa, Arab States, Asia Pacific, Europe & North America & CIS, and Latin America & the Caribbean

page date 2015-09-15

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