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Chinese UNEVOC Centre visits fellow Network member in South Africa

The Chinese delegation, led by Ms GAO
YING, visited JET Education Services, a
UNEVOC Centre in South Africa
Two BRICS countries – South Africa and China – one Network. Delegates from the Chinese Central Institute for Vocational and Technical Education visited a fellow UNEVOC Centre, JET Education Services, in South Africa on 2 December 2014.

JET works very closely in the TVET subsystem of the South African Ministry of Higher Education and Training. Its responsibilities in the TVET sector are research, capacity building of lecturers in TVET colleges and youth employability programmes. These are the key areas for collaboration that the two UNEVOC Centres are exploring togehter. The Chinese delegation was led by Ms GAO Ying (CIVTE) while JET was represented by its Chief Operations Officer Dr James Keevy. Mr Ghaliep Jeppie represented the Ministry of Higher Education and Training.

Delegates of CIVTE, JET and the
Department of Higher Education and
Training in South Africa. Left to
right: James Keevy, Ghaleeb Jeppie,
Gao Ying, Carla Pereira, Kedibone Boka,
Amanuel Garza and LIU Yufeng

JET Education Services

Central Institute for Vocational and Technical Education, Ministry of Education (CIVTE)

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