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Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET

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Innovation and Learning Practices

In the context of the BILT project, an Innovation and Learning Practice is a new approach that makes TVET more relevant to the needs of the economy, society and the environment. They address current challenges related to global trends in TVET systems in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and Europe.

The publications portray initiatives that belong to one of the BILT work streams: New Qualifications and Competencies in TVET, Greening TVET, Digitalization in TVET, Entrepreneurship in TVET, or Migration and TVET. They offer a learning opportunity for other TVET stakeholders, with the possibility to adapt and replicate key elements of the approach in their specific context.

In the first phase of the BILT project, only initiatives from Europe have been published. In 2021 the focus is on identifying and publishing Innovation and Learning Practices from Africa as well as Asia and the Pacific. Stay tuned for our new releases!




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UNESCO-UNEVOC and BIBB are calling for submission of examples of best practice.

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BILT Innovation and Learning Practices

Country Innovation and Learning Practice Theme Implementing organization
AustriaYouth Start Entrepreneurial Challenges Initiative for Teaching Entrepreneurship (IFTE)
EstoniaEntrepreneurship Education Foundation Innove
EstoniaBuildEst Foundation Innove
FinlandKATE Project Otavia
FinlandSkills Centre for Migrants Omnia - The Joint Authority of Education in the Espoo Region
FranceBachelor Industry 4.0 Campus des Métiers et des Qualifications
GermanyCertified GoGreen Specialist Deutsche Post DHL Group
GermanyNiB-Scout: sustainability in the bakery trade Akademie Deutsches Bäckerhandwerk Nord
GermanyFOENAKO Berufskolleg an der Lindenstraße (BKaL)
GermanyPro DEENLA Learning Modules Bundesinstitut für Berufsbildung
GreeceGRÆDUCATION Institute for Innovative and Preventative Job Design
HungaryGreen Wheels Centre for Modern Education
ItalyMiniMaster Cometa Formazione
MaltaGreening for a sustainable environment Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST)
NorwayFabLab Verket FabLab
NorwayThe Learning Factory Fagskolen Innlandet
PortugalLearnIT Vocational Training Centre of the Metal Industry (CENFIM)
SpainAdvanced Manufacturing 4.0 Lab Miguel Altuna
SpainEmpleando Digital Fundación Secretariado Gitano (FSG) and the Spanish Red Cross
SpainEXAM 4.0 HUB TKNIKA
SpainETHAZI Model TKNIKA
SwedenTraining with integrated language learning Centre for Flexible Learning (CFL) Söderhamn
SwitzerlandDigital competencies for the labour market Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training
SwitzerlandSituation-based TVET using Virtual Reality Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training






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