Biennial Work Plan (BWP)
Examples of activities that can be in your BWP
Please note that this list is not exhaustive.
Knowledge sharing and development:
- Submitting a Promising Practice
- Asissting UNESCO-UNEVOC in updating your Country's TVET profile
- Actively promoting the TVeT Forum
- Starting a collaborative research project on a topic in which your institution has a strong expertise
- Organizing an event on the occasion of World Youth Skills Day (July 15) or another UN Day related to TVET (International Literacy Day, World Teachers' Day)
- Organizing a conference or a training programme on one of the priority areas of the UNESCO's TVET Strategy (for instance, Greening TVET)
- Organizing a UNEVOC Network meeting to foster exchanges and cooperation among UNEVOC centres in your region
- Organizing a "UNEVOC day", inviting your colleagues and key national stakeholders to join
As noted in the UNEVOC Network Manual of Operating Procedures, UNEVOC Centres have to submit a biennial work plan. Starting from 2018, the biennial work plans are collected through an online form. The biennial work plan word template used for the 2016-2017 cycle is now obsolete.
The online form can be accessed through a personalized link, which all UNEVOC Centres receive by email.
Should you have lost your personalized link, or not received one, please contact the UNEVOC Network Secretariat at unevoc.network(at)unesco.org.
For further information on UNEVOC’s Operating Procedures regarding the submission and reporting of the biennial work plan, please review the UNEVOC Network Manual, Chapter 4 (www.unevoc.unesco.org/manual).
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