Thematic Priorities: Skills anticipation | Work-based Learning | Digital skills mainstreaming | Entrepreneurship skills
Knowledge Resources: YEM Skills Panorama | Country Profiles | Data and Statistics | YEM Publications | Other useful resources
Networking: Discussion Forum | Blogs and Thinkpieces | Youth Homepage | Members of the Community | Join the Community
Events: Overview | Final YEM Regional Forum (July 15) | YEM Regional Forum (April 8)
|Published:||2014 in Bonn, Germany|
This biennial report provides a comprehensive overview of UNESCO-UNEVOC’s activities in technical and vocational education and training in 2012-2013.
As in previous years, UNESCO-UNEVOC undertook a range of activities promoting TVET development in all regions of the world. In response to the Shanghai Consensus, UNESCO-UNEVOC placed emphasis on capacitating the UNEVOC Network and engaging its members to shape the Centre’s work and activities. Network members identified youth and skills, with a specific focus on school-to-work transitions and entrepreneurship, and greening TVET, with a specific focus on teacher training and curriculum development, as crucial themes for all regions and developed a plan of action for the second half of the biennium. This most notably included the organization of a series of regional meetings in San José (Costa Rica), Seoul (Republic of Korea), Abuja (Nigeria), Moscow (Russian Federation) and Beirut (Lebanon) that brought together UNEVOC Centre representatives, national, regional and international organizations to showcase innovative practices in TVET.