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On 01 February 2016, Associate Professor Christopher Zirkle visited UNESCO-UNEVOC to discuss and learn about UNESCO-UNEVOC’s activities in the field of technical and vocational education and training (TVET). Christopher Zirkle works in the field of Workforce Development and Education in the Centre on Education and Training for Employment (CETE) at the Ohio State University, United States of America. CETE has been a UNEVOC Centre since 2006 and the outcomes of the meeting highlighted the potential for future collaboration in the field of TVET research.
During the meeting, attended by Shyamal Majumdar, head of UNESCO-UNEVOC, and Wouter de Regt (Programme Assistant), Christopher Zirkle was introduced to UNESCO-UNEVOC’s various activities including the UNEVOC Network and UNESCO-UNEVOC’s online services including the e-Forum, World TVET Database, TVETipedia, Promising Practices database and UNEVOC publications.