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Toolkits for TVET providers

This online platform was launched in 2022 (last update: May 2023) to provide TVET stakeholders and practitioners with information on, and access to, online, free-to-use toolkits. Multiple toolkits for TVET providers/practitioners have been, and continue to be, created. The purpose of such toolkits ranges from facilitating TVET providers' 'self-reflection' on aspects of their provision to quantitative performance assessments. Some toolkits have a thematic focus (e.g. on digitalization or greening) whereas others have an organizational focus. For some themes, there are multiple toolkits, for example to assess and/or reflect upon teacher/trainer training needs. The purpose of this database is to bring the many and varied toolkits into one place and to provide a guide and resource for:
  • TVET practitioners seeking a ready-made guide or self-assessment tool on themes such as digitalization, greening and inclusion; and
  • researchers and policy makers seeking to design new organizational assessment tools for their TVET providers.
In the table below, you can find a summary of the toolkits and a link to each one.

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ILO Toolkit for Quality Apprenticeships - Vol. 2: Guide for Practitioners: For developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating apprenticeship programmes

This toolkit highlights recent innovations and suggests strategies for strengthening apprenticeships and TVET programmes in the fast-changing world of work. Considering technological advances, digitalization and the growing importance of digital skills, it offers over 20 digital tools that can play an integral part in the delivery, monitoring and evaluation of apprenticeship/TVET programmes, and maximize their benefits for individuals, enterprises, the economy and society as a whole.


TOOLS: Checklists, Guidelines, Online Resources, Frameworks

TARGET GROUP(S): Apprenticeship, Labour market partners (employers and unions), Policy makers, TVET managers,


KEYWORDS: Entrepreneurship, Industry 4.0/Smart Production, quality apprenticeship, policy, skills, apprentice, youth employment, employment , national-level, local, sectoral, regional


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