Promising Practices in TVET
UNESCO-UNEVOC identifies and shares promising Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) practices for the benefit of the global TVET community, including policy makers and practitioners. The aim of this database is to share knowledge of established innovative practices that promote TVET in a thought-provoking way within a particular local or regional context.
Promising Practice in Focus – A four-page document that provides a more comprehensive overview of the initiative following interviews with local stakeholders. These initiatives have been selected as part of our “In Focus” series based on the availability of information for further peer learning and a thorough review by knowledgeable TVET experts.
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|Country||Promising Practice||Implementing organization|
|Australia||The Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors Programme||The Government of Australia|
|Brazil||Campos dos Goytacazes Innovation Hub||Campos dos Goytacazes Innovation Hub (a CONIF institution)|
|Germany||Recognition in Germany||Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB)|
|India||Ammachi Labs - Empowering rural women through ICT in TVET||AMMACHI Labs, Amrita University|
|Mozambique||Young Africa Mozambique: Training disadvantaged youth and supporting entrepreneurial efforts||Young Africa International|
|Paraguay||Fundación Paraguaya’s Self-Sufficient Schools - Turning learning into earning and saving||Fundación Paraguaya|
|Peru||Laboratoria - Transforming lives through code training||Laboratoria|
|South Africa||SSACI’s workplace based experience - Aligning skills with industry needs||Swiss South African Cooperation Initiative (SSACI)|
|Viet Nam||REACH - Building the skills of disadvantaged youth||REACH|
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