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Center on Education and Training for Employment
The Ohio State University
The Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE) is a world-class workforce development organization that responds quickly to the needs of public and private clients and sponsors. As part of the College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) at The... <show more>
The Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE) is a world-class workforce development organization that responds quickly to the needs of public and private clients and sponsors. As part of the College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) at The Ohio State University (OSU), CETE draws on topranked educator preparation programs and the latest research-based practices. CETE staff members have expertise in standards, curriculum and instruction, assessment, evaluation, professional development, and international initiatives.
CETE provides services to advance education and workforce development initiatives that produce workers who meet the demands of a global economy.
To be the preeminent resource for meeting the educational challenges of developing the global workforce.
CETE collaborates with its diverse network of clients and sponsors, partners, and subject matter experts to facilitate workshops, synthesize information, provide technical assistance, and create customized solutions for workforce development.
Associate Director of the Center on Education and Training for Employment
Function: Associate Director of the Center on Education and Training for Employment
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The Ohio State University
1900 Kenny Rd
United States of America
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News and Documents
3 February 2016UNEVOC Centre representative visits UNESCO-UNEVOC
On 01 February 2016, Assistant Professor Christopher Zirkle visited UNESCO-UNEVOC to discuss and learn about UNESCO-UNEVOC’s activities in the field of technical and vocational education and training. (more
3 June 2013Preparing Better Teachers for Tomorrow
Five high priority PBTT-O (Preparing Better Teachers for Tomorrow-Online) are now available for free to Resource Persons (persons qualified to prepare preservive or inservice TVET teachers. Module competencies include Develop Performance Objectives, Develop a Lesson Plan, Demonstrate a Manipulative Skill, Direct Student Laboratory Experience, & Assess Student Performance: Skills. Many others are to be developed. These modules have been researched, developed, field tested and proven effective. They are best used in a blended approach and require the actual demonstration of performance in an actual teaching situation as evidence of achieving competence. There is a reasonable charge of $75 US for the five modules for four months of student access. (more
17 May 2013ACTE's CareerTech VISION 2013
The US Association for Career and Technical Education says its CareerTech VISION 2013 is designed to be an integral component of the participants' overall professional development goals. Workshops and tours will explore practices that can help instructors make the most of their classrooms and programs. (more
16 May 2013IVETA Annual Conference
Take part in the International Vocational Education and Training Association Conference by sharing your experience, wisdom and knowledge with Technical-Vocational Education and Training experts from around the world! For 2013, the Conference Committee’s goal is to include presentations that focus on innovative programs on the following theme: “Quality Assurance in Technical-Vocational Education and Training (TVET) (more
2 May 2013North American UNEVOC Cluster Newsletter May 2013
Cluster North America
12 March 2017CICAN releases a publication on green skills
Colleges and Institutes Canada, panCanadian UNEVOC centre, is pleased to announce the release of the publication Green Skills for Sustainable Economic Growth: The Role of Canadian Colleges and Institutes in Advancing Education for Sustainability in Canada and Overseas. Authored by researcher Helen Knibb (Canadian Studies doctoral program, Trent University, and former faculty from Fleming College), the report was commissioned by CICan in 2016 as part of input on our members’ behalf to Global Affairs Canada’s review of international assistance. (more
12 October 2016Report recognizes UNEVOC Centre's contribution to Canadian economy
According to a new economic impact study, Canadian colleges and institutes, and the people they have trained, generated over $190 billion in added income for the national economy in 2014-15. The report emphasizes the critical role CICan plays in supporting economic growth and prosperity for the benefit of all Canadians. (more
14 June 2016Pan Canadian UNEVOC Centre holds Annual Conference
The 2016 Annual Conference of Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), the Canadian UNEVOC Centre brought together over 750 participants from colleges and institutes from across Canada, as well as over 50 stakeholders from around the world. The Annual Conference discussed CICan’s future activities, especially in light of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris climate agreement. (more
12 December 2014New country reports in World TVET Database
New country reports have been published for Benin, Cambodia, Chad, Iraq, Latvia, Lithuania, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Qatar, South Africa, Uganda and USA. UNESCO-UNEVOC continues to expand the World TVET Database and more country reports will be available soon. (more
1 July 2013Head of UNESCO-UNEVOC presents at ACCC Annual Conference
From 1 to 3 June 2013, and on the occasion of the Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC), Mr Shyamal Majumdar, Head of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre, held a key note speech in the framework of the discussion focusing on Transforming Peoples and Communities.