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Monday, 15 June 2020 from 14:00 to 15:45 (GMT+3)
As part of the YEM Project, UNESCO is working with government agencies, private sector partners and civil society to strengthen national dialogue on future skills needs, and identify employment growth drivers. In this regard, and based on prior activities under the YEM project in Jordan, the tourism sector has been selected to be studied in terms of skills needed for its various jobs as the tourism sector has been the worst affected of all major economic sectors by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Focus and Objectives
The webinar is building on different national strategies and policies that have been developed as a roadmap to economic development and promotion of employment and quality of TVET in Jordan:
This webinar will explore the value chain of tourism sector, occupations, jobs and skills needed, shed the light on some future plans, and on previous initiatives as well as considering the voice of Youth and their concerns regarding skills and jobs in tourism sector.
The overall objectives of the webinar are:
Participants include representatives from key TVET stakeholders in Jordan. They represent the public sector (the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Vocational Training Corporation National Center for Human Resources Development, (NCHRD), TVET Skills Development Commission), the private sector (Tourism Sector Skills Council, Chamber of Industry and Commerce) Youth NGOs and Youth representatives, as well as Local and international NGOs
Technical specifications and language
The webinar uses Microsoft Teams Live as a technical platform. Participants do not require a Microsoft Teams account, but can connect as guest.
The working language of the webinar is English. Questions and comments will be accepted in Arabic, English, and French using the chat function.
We are looking forward to your participation in the webinar!
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