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Contributing Promising Practices

We are constantly updating our Promising Practices database with submissions from around the world. If you would like to share a Promising Practice with us, please fill out the submission form below and email it to unevoc-pp(at)unesco.org.

Promising Practices submission form

This is an initial contact form in the process of submitting promising practices. It will be used for reviewing purposes(see conceptual framework) and as a basis for further exchanges between UNESCO-UNEVOC and the contact person.

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Selection of Promising Practices

Each Promising Practice addresses one of the following themes:

  • Developing quality TVET systems for youth employment and decent work
  • Improving the image of TVET
  • Promoting entrepreneurial learning in TVET
  • Enhancing women’s and girls’ access to TVET programmes and providing equal opportunities in the world of work
  • Ensuring equal access to the TVET system for all, including disadvantaged and vulnerable groups
  • Supporting teacher and trainer initial and continuous development
  • Promoting education for sustainable development
  • Improving skills education through use of technology and preparing learners for a digital world
To help identify and select potential Promising Practices in TVET, UNESCO-UNEVOC developed a set of assessment indicators. The main prerequisite for a Promising Practice is that the innovative and effective strategies applied provide valuable insight for TVET practitioners and stakeholders.

In addition, the following qualities are considered when determining eligibility as a Promising Practice:

  • Impact – positive outcome in the TVET sector at a local, national, or regional level
  • Knowledge base - the aims, processes, and impact are well documented and valid information is readily available
  • Stakeholder engagement - active cooperation between various partners in combination with ownership of the initiative by local stakeholders
  • Sustainability - effective management to ensure continuity and success in subsequent years
  • Relevance to Sustainable Development Goals - focus on SDG4: Education (Target 4.3, 4.4, or 4.5), SDG5 on Gender Equality, or SDG8 on Decent Work.



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