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Published:  2020

Virtual conference on New Qualifications and Competencies in TVET

Virtual conference report

To remain relevant for the world of work, modern TVET systems need to adapt to new technologies and structural changes in the labour market and society. A main challenge of TVET is to create modern career paths which attract and integrate youth. With ever-faster innovation cycles, the demand for peer learning is increasing in all regions of the world.

Against this background, the virtual conference on new qualifications and competencies in TVET provided participants the opportunity to discuss how new qualifications and competencies are identified and how do they find their way into TVET practice. The virtual conference was open to all members of the UNESCO-UNEVOC TVeT Forum, an online community with more than 6500 members.

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