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This webinar presents promising practices for tackling digitalization challenges in TVET teacher training. Following an overview of the key findings of the trends mapping study (see below), the webinar includes presentations from TVET teacher training organizations and projects operating in Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe.

The presentation of promising practices is followed by a panel discussion. After the webinar, participants are encouraged to continue exchanging ideas and sharing their perspectives on the TVET Forum.

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Gita Subrahmanyam, Research Associate at the London School of Economics and Political Science
Gita conducted the UNESCO-UNEVOC trends mapping study on ‘Digital skills development in TVET teacher training’, as well as the previous trends mapping study on the ‘Future of TVET teaching.


Vikki Liogier, UK Education and Training Foundation’s National Head of EdTech and Digital Skills - speaking on the Enhance Digital Teaching Platform
In 2018 Vikki was recognized as one of the UK’s EdTech50 – which celebrates prominent people, products and projects shaping the education and technology sector across the UK.

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Navitri Putri Guillaume, ILO Indonesia Project Officer for Employment and Livelihood project (former Project Officer for Women in STEM project)
Navitri speaks on the multistakeholder partnership her team organized for training TVET instructors in online/distance learning.

Pichpisey Sovann, Co-founder of Velocity Arcademy, a new EdTech start-up operating in Cambodia
Pichpisey presents Velocity Arcademy's gamified upskilling platform for training TVET teachers and company trainers.

Muy Cheng Peich, Director of Education, Content and Training at Bibliothèques Sans Frontières (BSF), an international NGO founded in 2007
Muy Cheng speaks on BSF's Ideas Cube offline server and digital learning kit, which was implemented in Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

Trends mapping study: Digital skills development in TVET teacher training

Digitalization has led to extensive changes in the skills required for work and life. For technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions to remain relevant and attractive, they need to identify and introduce digital skills and co ...

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