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Survey on TVET institution resilience

The questionnaire on TVET institution resilience has been developed with the objective to gain insights into how TVET institutions have responded to various shocks and disruptions, including COVID-19, and their plans for dealing with such disruptions in the future.

It will be complemented by documentary analysis, experts’ workshops and key stakeholder interviews.

The survey is aimed at two main categories of stakeholder:

  • Training providers: e.g. public and private secondary-level TVET schools, training centres or technical colleges, as well as post-secondary level universities or polytechnics, and NGOs providing non-formal TVET
  • National TVET organizations: e.g. ministries of labour, education or TVET, national TVET councils, authorities or agencies
The questionnaire is structured in the following way:

  • Section 1 explores understandings of the term “resilience” and how it is defined by the various TVET stakeholders.
  • Section 2 aims to examine the response of TVET institutions to COVID-19 and the strategies/modalities employed in their response.
  • Section 3 explores responses to other shocks and disruptions in the last five years.
  • Section 4 encourages TVET institutions to look forward over the next ten years at anticipated shocks and disruptions.
The survey is accessible in English, French and Spanish.

If you encounter any challenges in filling in or submitting the survey or have any questions, please contact:

Manish Joshi, Project Officer – m.joshi(at)unesco.org

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