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Innovative and Promising Practices in TVET

UNESCO-UNEVOC acts as a clearinghouse for innovative and promising practices in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET). Each practice shows how TVET can be designed and delivered to address contextual challenges, presents the enabling conditions for success and provides a snapshot of the positive impact on communities. You can search by keyword, region or theme.

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The Learning Factory




In view of the increasing prominence of digital skills and use of technology in work and daily life, it is crucial to meet modern digital skills requirements and to reflect the latest technological evolutions in TVET training. As a response, Fagskolen Innlandet TVET School in Norway works closely with regional industry to provide opportunities for TVET students to develop their skills and use modern technology in training. One such example is their partnership with the Manufacturing Technology Norwegian Catapult Centre (MTNC). Thanks to this collaboration, TVET students have access to several mini factories at Raufoss Industrial Park which serve as Learning Factories. This partnership allows the use of the world’s most modern technological equipment for the training of Fagskolen Innlandet’s students at a Learning Factory.



Institution: Fagskolen Innlandet
Country:Norway
Focus: Digitalization and future of TVET


*Disclaimer: UNESCO-UNEVOC is not responsible for the management or implementation of any of the practices included in this database.





 

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