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|Published:||2009 in Bonn, Germany|
Western Visayas College of Science and Technology Graduate Studies, UNEVOC Philippines, Visayas Centre, and Colombo Staff Plan College jointly organized an in-country seminar on “Public-Private Partnership: An Emerging Strategy in Technical Vocational Education for Sustainable Development in the Midst of Global Crisis” on 21-22 May 2009 at the Western Visayas College of Science and Technology, Educational Technology Center, Iloilo City, Philippines.
The seminar aimed to identify common approaches and innovations in public-private partnership (PPP) to improve TVET, as well as to motivate public and private organizations and agencies to partner with TVET institutions to improve services, equitable access to TVET and improved learning outcomes.
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