In November 2019, UNESCO Member States adopted a Recommendation on Open Educational Resources (OER)- a key tool for the achievement of SDG4. As a follow-up to this recommendation, UNESCO-UNEVOC launched its First Global OER Grant Programme for the development of such resources for TVET on 3 December 2019.
The Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET (BILT) project was launched on 2 December 2019 in Bonn, Germany during the Global TVET Learning Forum. The project seeks to support TVET institutions in exploring innovative approaches and new practices across the thematic areas of greening, digitalization/industry 4.0, entrepreneurship and migration.
UNESCO-UNEVOC organized a Global Learning Forum on Advancing Learning and Innovation in TVET on 2-3 December 2019 in Bonn, Germany. More than 100 participants from 40 countries discussed concrete steps for designing innovative practices and solutions that promote excellence and inclusion in TVET.
Greening technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is an emerging concept that has gathered momentum in the international community in recent years. TVET is directly linked to the labour market and hence plays a key role in providing knowledge and skills to facilitate the transition to greener economies and societies.
UNESCO-UNEVOC is pleased to announce the release of a new publication: Trends Mapping on Innovation in TVET. The study contributes to the international community’s understanding of innovation in TVET by presenting an innovative practice framework along with inspiring practices.