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GAIA collaborative platform for professional training

Submitted by Cape Verde Competence Center, Cape Verde
By utilizing a digital platform with TVET content aligned with international standards and the latest industry demand, the Cape Verde Competence Center is putting the renewable energy and industrial maintenance sectors at the forefront of innovative ...

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Reform of TVET in Viet Nam

Submitted by College of Machinery and Irrigation, Viet Nam
In Viet Nam, the general level of environmental awareness is low, and the proportion of the economy that is devoted to green industry is relatively small. However, a willingness to shift towards a greener society is beginning to emerge, which creates ...

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Advancing Vocational Education & Training in India

Submitted by Pandit Sunderlal Sharma Central Institute of Vocational Education, India
An initiative in India aims to enhance the status of TVET as a method for preparing the country’s youth for the future world of work. With a focus on sustainability, the initiative identifies in-demand green skills as crucial for employability and ...

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An innovation pipeline

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practice
Every nation on earth is facing the economic, societal and environmental disruptions brought on by climate change and new demands on the workforce. For some nations – such as the island nation of Seychelles with its limited land and human resources ...

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Green Wheels

Submitted by CFME, Hungary
The Green Wheels project responds to the need for innovation in the automotive training sector by providing an open learning programme for the repair, maintenance and servicing of electric and hybrid vehicles. The programme focuses on innovative teac ...

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FOENAKO

Submitted by BKAL, Germany
FOENAKO addresses the need for developing demand-oriented knowledge in the field of sustainability for students, apprentices and teaching staff. Through close collaboration between TVET schools and the private sector, the project develops real-world ...

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Greening for a sustainable environment

Innovation and learning practice - Submitted by MCAST, Malta
This initiative addresses Greening TVET, which describes the development of knowledge, skills and attitudes that foster a culture of sustainable practices in the community, the workplace, and the institutional setting. Greening for a Sustainable Envi ...

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Certified GoGreen Specialist

Submitted by DPDHL, Germany
The Certified GoGreen Specialist training initiative contributes towards building a green and sustainability culture for DPDHL’s global workforce. This is achieved by taking into consideration the different needs of employees and contextualizing tr ...

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Self-sufficient schools: turning learning into earning and saving

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practice
In Latin America, secondary school drop-out rates are high, partly because many youth feel that the type of education they receive at school does not offer any guarantee of future employment. Recognizing the need for practical training that gives you ...

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