Fireside Chat: Applied HE
It's time to recognise the value of TVET in tertiary education in the 21st Century.
About the Event
It’s time to recognise the value of TVET in tertiary education in the 21st Century
A technical and vocational education has long played second fiddle to a college/university education in many countries for obvious historical, political and social reasons. What does it take for TVET to have parity in terms of recognition, prestige and remuneration in the tertiary education sector? Are there countries and jurisdictions that are advancing this agenda? If so, what could we learn from them in terms of their successes and challenges? Do governments, policies, professional bodies, industries and the private sector have instrumental roles to play in recognising the value of TVET in tertiary education in the 21st Century? If so, what are the latest studies, trends, and anecdotal evidence of their individual roles? Our panel of experts in the upcoming appliedHe Fireside Chat will share their insights and thoughts on this important topic. Join us if this topic is a passion of yours too.
|Mrs Winnie Eley
|Prof Dr Maurits van Rooijen
Chief Academic Officer
Global University Systems and President
University of Europe for Applied Sciences Germany
Deputy Director for Professional Affairs and Research Manager
SEAMEO VOCTECH Regional Centre
La Trobe University
Online, Singapore, Global
Medan & Kota Bharu, Global