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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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Training TVET instructors on the creation and delivery of online learning






The ILO Women in STEM project team approached the Directorate of Instructors and Training Personnel Development within the Ministry of Manpower, which is responsible for the capacity building of teachers/trainers across Indonesia, to propose collaborating on a training programme for BLK instructors on the creation and delivery of online training.

The ILO team was also able to enlist the help of Skilvul, a training provider that had previously run face-to-face ‘boot camps’ in web programming for prospective coders and had been able to successfully shift its training model from offline to fully online when the pandemic hit. The result was an innovative and impactful initiative that has helped to advance digitalization in TVET teacher training and in TVET in Indonesia.



Institution: ILO’s Women in STEM Workforce Readiness and Development Programme
Country:Indonesia
Focus: COVID-19 response , Digitalization and future of TVET , Teachers and trainers


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