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The Learning Factory

Submitted by Fagskolen Innlandet, Norway
In view of the increasing prominence of digital skills and use of technology in work and daily life, it is crucial to meet modern digital skills requirements and to reflect the latest technological evolutions in TVET training. As a response, Fagskole ...

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MiniMaster

Submitted by Cometa, Italy
Migrant minors and young adults risk unemployment and social exclusion due to their low skilled profiles or difficulties in recognizing their prior learning and achievements. The MiniMaster initiative at Cometa Formazione aims to reduce the risk of s ...

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Digital competencies for the labour market

Submitted by SFIVET, Switzerland
The ongoing digital transformation of the workplace has a corresponding impact on TVET occupations, qualifications and competencies. This research project investigates the changes occurring on the Swiss labour market arising from digitalization and i ...

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LearnIT

Submitted by CENFIM, Portugal
For individuals in the workforce who want to access additional or continuing training, options that allow for flexibility in terms of when, where, and how to study are increasingly sought after. Employers too seek attractive training solutions that o ...

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Youth Start Entrepreneurial Challenges

Submitted by IFTE, Austria
This programme responds to an increasing need for modern methods to teach entrepreneurship to TVET students. It offers entrepreneurial challenges in different fields, which can be combined in multiple ways and implemented at all levels of TVET. Thank ...

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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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BuildEst

Submitted by Innove, Estonia
Within the overall framework of the European Union programme ‘Intelligent Energy Europe’, BuildEst is an Estonian-led, and EU-funded project that developed additional skills training to enhance ‘green’ competencies and promote sustainability ...

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Development of female entrepreneurship

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
iHUB’s Programme for the Development of Female Entrepreneurship is the first initiative in Ukraine to support women in business creation, from the initial idea to the set-up of a working business. It covers both knowledge and practical support, inc ...

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FADIO: promoting distance education

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
FADIO represents a unique collaborative initiative that takes full advantage of education in a digital environment. Not all educational institutions have the resources to develop the pedagogical and technical aspects related to distance education on ...

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DAPP Mikolongwe Mobile Training Centre

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
The DAPP Mobile Training Centre, an innovative expansion of the DAPP Mikolongwe Vocational School, was launched in 2016. The initiative expands the reach of training programmes to those who need it the most, particularly groups in remote, rural regio ...

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Entrepreneurial culture: Ikasenpresa

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
TKNIKA is a centre established by the Basque Deputy Ministry of Vocational Education and Training to promote innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship in vocational education and training (VET) centres across the region. As part of its mandate, T ...

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Recognition in Germany

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
The German Federal Government launched the “Recognition in Germany” portal to improve labour market access for people from migrant backgrounds. The multilingual portal provides users with information about the procedures for recognition of profes ...

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Developing innovative solutions to community problems

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
Access to technical and higher education along with skills development programmes have become important tools to tackle poverty in Brazil. By recognizing that innovation takes place at the forefront of learning, PICG Innovation Hub enables its studen ...

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The Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors Programme

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
Australia has a well-established apprenticeship system. However, a steady decline in the enrolment rate has raised concerns. One of the main causes of this decline is the negative public perception of apprenticeships. The Australian Apprenticeships A ...

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Providing demand-driven skills training to disadvantaged youth

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
As Viet Nam’s economy has modernized, demand has increased for skilled labour. This has resulted in diminished prospects for youth in finding formal employment. REACH is a local non-governmental organization that trains young people, particularly t ...

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Investing in youth through integrated skills training

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
Mozambique has long struggled to cope with youth unemployment. To address this issue, Young Africa (YA) launched a TVET programme for disadvantaged youth. Under the Young Africa franchise training system, local entrepreneurs practice their profession ...

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Transforming lives through code training

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
Laboratoria, a Lima-based web development company, observed a lack of female software developers in Peru and decided to set up a six-month training course for women, called Code Academy. The course is offered exclusively to young women from low-incom ...

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Self-sufficient schools: turning learning into earning and saving

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
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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The Workplace-based Experience Programme

Recognizing the need for better quality TVET courses that are more relevant and more effective in enabling youth to find employment, SSACI, a non-profit, public-private partnership, established a workplace-based experience (WBE) programme in 50 publi ...

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Empowering rural women through ICT in TVET

UNESCO-UNEVOC Promising Practices
In India, women from rural communities often have little say in family and community decision-making. Skills development is a recognized medium of empowerment. However, access to TVET remains a challenge to a majority of those living in rural India. ...

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