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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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Green training for the hospitality sector

Fifty Shades Greener is a leading educational company for sustainable development. The Fifty Shades Greener hospitality programme became a state-funded project through TVET organizations in Ireland in 2020, with over 270 hotel employees pursuing funded upskilling opportunities to further their careers in the sector.

The company now works with governments and educational institutions, designing strategies for green skills implementation in education and training. It has developed programmes of study to work directly with employees of all industries, to forge a path to net zero for the private sector and develop the environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) leaders necessary in the green economy.

Fifty Shades Greener is on a mission to ensure every job is a green job.

Institution: Fifty Shades Greener
Focus: Greening 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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