UNESCO » UNEVOC » About us » News

UNEVOC News Archive

13-11 to 14-11-14
3rd UPI International Conference: Approaches and Achievements in TVET Personnel Professional Development
The conference will examine research and development, both in national and international contexts, on the following topics:
1. Professionalization Approaches and Experiences in Initial Teacher/Trainer Education and Continuing Professional Development
2. The Contribution of Vocational Disciplines and Vocational Pedagogy to the Professionalization of TVET Staff
3. The Role of Work Practice and Experience in TVET Teacher/Trainer Professionalization (more)
14-10 to 17-10-2014
UNESCO-UNEVOC global forum: skills for work and life post-2015
The global forum, organized by UNESCO-UNEVOC from 14 to 17 October 2014 in Bonn, Germany, will build on the outcomes and gains from previous regional consultations that centered on youth, skills and greening TVET. It will expand the debate by looking beyond the 2015 education goals and the future agenda for TVET. (more)
09-07 to 11-07-2014
Towards Transformative TVET: Competencies for Current and Future World of Work
3rd RVTTI International Conference. SUB-THEMES: • Education Systems and world of work: Rebalancing Curriculum • Leadership in Quality Management for TVET and the World of Work • Emerging Trends in Society: The New Dispensation for Education and Training • Empowering Communities in Resource Management: Role of/Challenges and Opportunities for TVET • Transformative Competitiveness in Tourism and Business: Current and Future Practices • Emerging Technologies: Adoption and Commercialization of Innovation • Cross Cutting Themes (more)
24-06 to 27-06-2014
2nd Regional Symposium on Open Educational Resources: Beyond Advocacy, Research and Policy
The main objective is to bring together the OER community in the region to share, exchange, collaborate and promote mutual interests in learning technologies especially in new innovations such as OER, MOOC, SOOC and others. (more)
28-05 to 30-05-2014
eLearning Africa 2014: Opening Frontiers to the Future
Meeting the networking needs of the pan-African eLearning and distance education sector, the annual eLearning Africa conference is the key networking venue for practitioners and professionals from Africa and all over the world. (more)
12-05 to 26-05-2014
e-Forum virtual conference on vocational pedagogy
This virtual conference on the UNEVOC e-Forum will be moderated by Bill Lucas, Director of the Centre for Real-World Learning, and discussions will focus on clarifying a broad set of desired outcomes for TVET, the best learning and teaching methods for delivering these and the necessary cultural conditions which will enable vocational learning to flourish. More information soon available on the UNEVOC website. (more)
05-05 to 09-05-2014
International Trade Fair for Water (IFAT) - Entsorga Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management
IFAT showcases innovative technologies, products and services in the water and wastewater sector. It also provides a marketplace of ideas where participants could learn new developments and trends in the sector. (more)
23-04 to 25-04-2014
OCW Global Conference: Open Education for a Multicultural World
The conference’s theme will explore the international dimensions of open education, its diverse projects, new research, policy dimensions and impacts on teaching and learning. (more)
01-04 to 14-04-2014
Special Virtual Conference: Revising the 2001 Revised Recommendation concerning Technical and Vocational Education
This Special Virtual Conference, held on the e-Forum from 1 to 14 April 2014, is organized as part of UNESCO’s work on revising the 2001 Revised Recommendation concerning TVE and seeks to consult stakeholders involved in the development and implementation of TVET systems, policies and programmes. (more)
30-03 to 04-04-2014
Projectweek:The Global Schoolhouse
This project week is intended to give students and faculty from the FFB and students and faculty from the partner institutions - as well as guests - the oportunity to work on ideas how to work together in an international context. The workshops etc. will lead into an international day on April 4th with a panel discussion, displays and a students party. More information will follow. (more)

Page 1 - all

Back to top