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Promising and Innovative Practices in TVET

UNESCO-UNEVOC acts as a clearinghouse for promising and innovative practices in technical and vocational education and training (TVET). These practices have been selected based on their relevance to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and their advancement of youth employment, access to decent work, entrepreneurship and lifelong learning opportunities.

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The Digital TVET Learning Platform




As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Malaysia issued a ‘Movement Control Order’ to limit interactions and prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

This included closing educational institutions to face-to-face learning. Educators became worried about how they were going to continue delivering their course curriculum, and students became anxious about graduating on time.

These restrictions were particularly felt in the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) sector due to its emphasis on practical skills and hands-on training. As such, new norms in teaching and learning practices had to be established.

To address this challenge, UTHM developed an online learning platform for TVET courses. Through exposure to the platform, teachers were able to expand their access to open educational resources (OER), strengthen their digital skills and learn how to produce their own digital content.



Institution: University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
Country:Malaysia
Focus: COVID-19 response , Digitalization and future of TVET


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





 

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