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TVET professionals and policy makers around the world took part in BILT’s biennial learning forum from 7–9 December 2021. Some watched the sessions in the middle of the night, engaging in the online chat facility and networking in cyberspace. Experts, many from UNEVOC Centres in Africa, Asia-Pacific and Europe, offered participants a wealth of stimulating material about the future world of education and changing skill needs that are emerging from environmental and digital trends in the economy.
It is not just about jobs. Future TVET programmes should aim to help all learners adapt to new societal trends and become active citizens. TVET has the potential to contribute to greater equality by helping to bridge the digital and gender divides and foster more inclusive societies.
TVET providers spearhead the Three Is process, yet their voices are not always as loud as other stakeholders. To drive the agenda forward, they need help. Therefore, the first concrete action in response to their demands is to turn the findings from the volume dedicated to TVET providers and alike into a self-reflection tool to assess how prepared these institutions are to contribute to the Three Is process. This initiative will be conducted with institutions from across the globe, which are the key to unlock the full TVET potential.
2022 will be another busy year!
Centre for Study and Research on Training and Qualifications, France
Human Resource Development Council, Botswana
Human Resources Development Service of Korea
Breakout sessions: Results from each publication volume on new qualifications and competencies
Based on their institutional context or their area of interest, participants are invited to join one of the deep-dive sessions to discuss the core results related to macro, meso, or micro level institutions.
Ms Isabel Gamurot, Chief TESD Specialist Competency Standard Development Division (CSDD) Qualifications and Standards Office (QSO), TESDA, Philippines
Ms Agnes Panem, Chief TESD Specialist Curriculum and Training Aids Development Division (CTADD) National Institute for Technical Education and Skills Development (NITESD), Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Philippines
International practice examples for technology-enhanced learning in TVET
Live presentation of digital learning applications that demonstrate possible uses of immersive technologies in combination with suitable pedagogical approaches for teaching and learning in TVET.
Moderator: Ms Eva Hanau, Senior Technical Advisor, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB), Germany
Panel discussion incl. Q&A
Ensuring the long-term use of digital technologies in TVET – Opportunities, challenges & solutions
Introduction to the marketplace: the BILT themes in practice
Perspectives on the BILT themes from TVET practitioners in Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific highlight the relevance of the project themes and the BILT ‘Innovation and Learning Practices’, and make a transition to the virtual marketplace.
With messages from:
BMBF, BIBB and UNESCO-UNEVOC will present the BILT Agenda 2022-2025 and invite UNEVOC Centres to comment
Moderator: Mr Matteo Sgarzi, Céreq, France
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