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Upon his new appointment as the UNEVOC Centre Coordinator in Malta, Mr. Curmi, Senior Manager, Apprenticeship and Work-based Learning Department, College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) visited the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre in Bonn on 16 March 2016. The visit provided an opportunity for Mr. Curmi to provide insights on the current and potential activities by MCAST in its capacity as the hosting institution of the UNEVOC Centre in the country.
The visit also gave an opportunity to discuss and identify ways of cooperation between MCAST and UNESCO-UNEVOC. Mr Shyamal Majumdar, Head of UNESCO-UNEVOC, and his team welcomed Mr. Curmi to UNESCO-UNEVOC’s premises in Bonn. During his remarks, Mr Majumdar stressed the ways forward to strengthening MCAST’s engagement to the UNEVOC Network. Presentations on UNESCO-UNEVOC’s current and future work on the thematic areas; Youth & Skills, Greening TVET and ICTs in TVET were given followed by further discussion on possible contribution by UNEVOC Centres to the UNESCO-UNEVOC’s online Resources.
The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) is the country’s leading vocational education and training organisation providing IVET and CVET programmes in several domains. MCAST also collaborates closely with local industry to ensure that the knowledge, skills and competences acquired by their programme are appropriate and relevant to a dynamic economy.