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Publisher/s:  UNESCO Ramigé Film Production
Published:  2006 in Bonn, Germany
ISBN:  978-92-95071-21-6

Learning and Working. Motivating for Skills Development

A Campaign Package
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UNESCO-UNEVOC has developed a "Skills Development Package for Learning and Working". The aim of this resource kit is to help facilitate the organization and implementation of awareness and motivation campaigns for marginalized groups in least developed countries.

The idea behind this package is to offer a platform and produce an environment to motivate people living in adverse economic conditions to enrol in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) courses and take up self-employment activities in order to improve their economic situation.

The backbone of the Skills Development Package for Learning and Working is a set of short films. These are complemented by a series of documents that support the activities presented in the films. The Package is in itself not a tool for skills development, but rather an "eye opener" and "discussion starter". It is anticipated that targeted groups will be encouraged to engage in tasks similar to those shown in the films.

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