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Promising practices


Established innovative practices – 'success stories'- that have proven to be effective and that promote TVET in some profound way, either within a particular TVET sub-sector or at local, regional or national level. Moreover, we introduce six criteria that represent important but also necessary indicators of a good or promising practice in TVET. [...]The six criteria are impact, innovation and creativity, knowledge base, stakeholder engagement, monitoring and evaluation, efficiency.
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