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Issue #10 - June 2022


Dear readers,

For TVET institutions to remain relevant and attractive to learners, they need to provide digital skills and competencies for the changing world of work and embrace the opportunities brought about by the green transition. However, success in tackling these challenges and harnessing the benefits depends largely on the capabilities of TVET teachers and trainers.

With this in mind, our recent activities have focused on empowering TVET providers to assess their preparedness for the future and equipping them with the necessary tools to implement changes at their own pace. Our new database of toolkits for TVET providers and resources on digital competence frameworks, along with the piloting of a BILT Self-Reflection Tool, are designed to support TVET institutions on their pathway towards innovation and modernization.

These transitions are by no means limited to the TVET sector. This is also the time for transformation of education at the global level to meet the challenges that lie ahead. The upcoming World Youth Skills Day events, launch of the new UNESCO Strategy for TVET and the Transforming Education Summit all spotlight the urgency of re-imagining education systems for the world of today and tomorrow.

Best wishes from the UNESCO-UNEVOC team

Latest news

21 June 2022
Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET: The Self-Reflection Tool
Across the world, TVET providers are looking for solutions to meet the rapidly changing conditions in the world of work. The BILT project's Self-Reflection Tool (SRT) aims to empower them in this process.
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13 June 2022
Toolkits for TVET providers
UNESCO-UNEVOC has launched a new online platform to bring the many and varied toolkits into one place and to provide a guide and resource for TVET practitioners, researchers and policy-makers.
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11 May 2022
TVET: Scaffolding digital skills to the future
Given the wide spectrum of TVET’s educational programmes, digital competence is correspondingly broad and challenging questions remain about the proficiency levels necessary for effective TVET education and learning outcomes. This article in the TVET Journal looks at the leading digital skills frameworks. It was written by researchers at Sunway University, Malaysia and supervised by UNESCO-UNEVOC.
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8 April 2022
UNESCO Strategy for Technical and Vocational Education and Training adopted at Executive Board
The UNESCO Strategy for TVET 2022-2029: Transforming Technical and Vocational Education and Training for Successful and Just Transitions will seek to generate global momentum in support of TVET, contributing to the post-COVID-19 social and economic recovery and to an acceleration of progress towards SDG 4.
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8 April 2022
UNESCO-UNEVOC: 20 years of action
On 8 April 2022, the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training celebrated the 20th anniversary of its establishment in Bonn, Germany.
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6 April 2022
TVET and climate change action
UNESCO-UNEVOC and Co-leads of the Sustainable Development Goals Affinity Group held a two-hour virtual workshop on the Energy Rapid Overview and Decision Support (En-ROADS) climate change solutions simulator.
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Updates from the UNEVOC Network

10 June 2022
Renewable energies: Let’s build a sustainable future
Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles, in collaboration with the Nergica Collegial Research Centre, organized a webinar on renewable energies and their contribution to a sustainable future for us all. The webinar discussed the importance of producing electricity in a green and sustainable way, as well as its benefits for our planet.

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1 June 2022
Temasek Polytechnic prepares to launch its regional World Youth Skills Day initiative
The WYSD 2022 Asia-Pacific initiative will run from 7 July to 31 October 2022 and feature several events and activities organized by Temasek Polytechnic, together with other UNEVOC Centres, local partners and regional institutions. The initiative seeks to provide a platform for young people so that various stakeholders in TVET can better understand their perspective when it comes to the skills needed for the future.
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Just published


Youth report 2022: Non-state actors in education: who chooses? who loses?

This report is written in partnership with the Global Student Forum to help you learn about the youth perspective on the different roles and impact of non-state actors in education. For many, a discussion on the role of non-state actors in educatio ...

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Inter-Agency Group on TVET Newsletter - May 2022

The Inter-Agency Group on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (IAG-TVET) was convened by UNESCO in 2008 to ensure a good coordination of activities by the key international organizations involved in the delivery of policy advice, programm ...

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Upcoming events

28 June 2022
Striking the right balance: State and non-state engagement within TVET
This webinar is hosted by the GEM Report and UNESCO-UNEVOC. It will examine some of the findings from the 2021/22 Global Education Monitoring Report’s analysis on non-state engagement in TVET systems and discuss current policies and initiatives designed to ensure quality, access and equity and what lessons they hold for policy-makers around the globe.
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