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Below you can find a selection of UNESCO publications that are relevant in the context of TVET. For the full catalogue, please use the UNESCO Digital library.


Pathways of progression

Linking technical and vocational education and training with post-secondary education
Until recently, few graduates of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) aspired to further learning, particularly higher education. But higher-level qualifications are now a common expectation among young people, reflecting increased ...

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UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (ICT-CFT)

Version 3
The ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (ICT CFT) Version 3 is a tool to guide pre- and in- service teacher training on the use of ICTs across the education system. It is intended to be adapted and contextualized to support national and institution ...

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Digital Credentialing

Implications for the recognition of learning across borders
Digital technologies are creating new opportunities and challenges for skills development and recognition globally. Changes in modalities of access and learning methods, massification and internationalization, are taking place at an increasingly rapi ...

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Skills for a connected world

Report of the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2018, 26-30 March 2018
All over the world, the way we educate and are educated is changing. New technologies, platforms and ways of reading the world are transforming the philosophies underpinning education pedagogies and modes of delivery. New voices, hitherto unheard, ar ...

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Taking a whole of government approach to skills development

Today, technical and vocational skills development is considered to be a crucial vehicle for sustainable development. Many ministries of government, the private sector and other stakeholders, have an interest in technical and vocational skills develo ...

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Building tomorrow’s digital skills

What conclusions can we draw from international comparative indicators?
This report looks at the conditions impacting the development of digital skills based on five international comparative surveys, the results of which reveal a sample group of twelve countries whose population have particularly high levels of digital ...

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Funding skills development

The private sector contribution
The international community has set an ambitious 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Agenda and education and training are central to its achievement. In this context, the international community also adopted a framework for action “Education 2030 Agenda ...

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Discussion paper - Making learning visible: Representing skills, competencies and qualifications

This discussion paper concerns recent trends and major challenges in developing effective and trustworthy representation of skills, competencies and qualifications. It starts with the recognition that today’s learning opportunities are limitless, b ...

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Shanghai Update 8

March 2018
The eighth issue of the Shanghai Update newsletter puts in focus a recent TVET conference and the resulting updated skills agenda, as well as issues related to greening and quality assurance.

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Education for SDGs Learning Outcomes

This publication is designed as a guide for education professionals on the use of ESD in learning for the SDGs, and consequently to contribute to achieving the SDGs. The guide identifies indicative learning objectives and suggests topics and learning ...

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Cracking the code: girls' and women's education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)

Girls’ under-representation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is deep rooted and puts a detrimental brake on progress towards sustainable development. We need to understand the drivers behind this situation in o ...

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Beyond Access: ICT-enhanced Innovative Pedagogy in TVET in the Asia-Pacific

The Education 2030 Agenda highlights the need to rethink technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and skills development. Out of the seven targets to achieve by 2030, two are directly linked to TVET. They aim to “ensure equal access t ...

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UNESCO Regional ESD Flagship Training Programme For Arab Youth, 1-3 August 2017: the report

As part of the GAP on ESD Partner Network 4 on mobilizing and engaging youthaction plan, and in collaboration with UNESCO Beirut office and UNESCO Headquarters, ODDD ngo (UNESCO GAP on ESD Key partner) is ...

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Country Plan: Jordan

UNESCO’s country plan for Jordan, is a costed, two year plan (2018-2019), which aims to respond to the education needs of the country. It is in line with the UNESCO Strategic Framework for Education in Emergencies in t ...

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UNEVOC TVET Leadership Programme for Southern and Eastern Africa

Capacity building for transformational TVET leaders: Vision, knowledge and skills
The following report gives an overview of UNESCO-UNEVOC's TVET Leadership Programme for Southern and Eastern Africa, held in Harare, Zimbabwe, 23-27 October 2017. The programme was implemented together with the UNESCO Regional Office for Southern ...

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CONFINTEA VI Mid-term Review 2017: The status of adult learning and education in the Arab States

Regional Report
The Sixth International Conference on Adult education(CONFINTEA VI), held in Brazil in December 2009, closed with the adoption of the Belém Framework for Action, which recorded the commitments of Member States and presented a strategic gui ...

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UNESCO and Education

For UNESCO, education is a priority because it is a human right and a force for development progress. Education saves lives, delivers hope, builds dignity, prevents extremism, brings about social inclusion and fosters social mobility. The interna ...

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Southern Africa Regional Forum on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

5–6 December 2016 - Lilongwe, Malawi
The European Union (EU) is partnering with the Government of Malawi and UNESCO to expand and improve equitable and gender-balanced technical, entrepreneurial and vocational education and training (TEVET) through the Skills and Technical Education ...

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From Shanghai to Tangshan

Shanghai Consensus updated: working together to achieve the Education 2030 agenda (Outcome Statement)
Outcome Statement of the International Conference on Technical and Vocational Education and Training ‘Skills on the move: Global trends, local resonances’, Tangshan, People’s Republic of China, 4 to 6 July 2017

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Shanghai Update 7: Follow-up on the UNESCO Third International TVET Congress

July 2017
The seventh issue of the Shanghai Update newsletter looks at the progress made since the Third International Congress in May 2012. It presents contributions from seven leading authorities on TVET to reflect on how far UNESCO have come with each of th ...

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Teacher support and motivation framework for Africa

Emerging patterns
This publication, a critical literature review and analytical framework, is part of the initial phase of the development of UNESCO-IICBA’s Teacher Support and Motivation Framework (TSMF) for Africa. It also serves as a resource for African countr ...

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Global inventory of regional and national qualifications frameworks 2017

The 2017 Global Inventory provides some important insights into the current development and implementation of qualifications frameworks worldwide. It is the result of collaborative work between the European Centre for the Development of Vocation ...

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Global Education Monitoring Report - 2017/2018

Accountability in education: meeting our commitments
The second edition of the Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM Report) presents the latest evidence on global progress towards the education targets of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. With hundreds of millions of people still not going to sc ...

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Towards Quality Assurance of Technical and Vocational Education and Training

At the Third International Congress on Technical and Vocational Education and Training, held in Shanghai in 2012, a recommendation was made to explore the possibility of developing international guidelines on quality assurance for the recognition of ...

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Guidelines for the Quality Assurance of TVET Qualifications in the Asia-Pacific Region

Following a recommendation made at the third International Congress on Technical and Vocational Education and Training, held in Shanghai in 2012, to explore the possibility of developing quality assurance guidelines for the recognition of qualificati ...

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