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Call for Proposal for UNESCO Scoping Survey

   Posted on 21.06.2021 by SEA-VET Admin, UNESCO-UNEVOC, BIBB
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UNESCO UNEVOC (June 2021) - The ‘Bridging Innovation and Learning’ (BILT) project seeks for an Asian institute to carry out a scoping survey on new qualifications and competencies in Asia-Pacific. BILT is an initiative jointly carried out by UNESCO-UNEVOC and the German Federal Institute for VET (BIBB). The project’s main goal is to enhance peer-learning and exchange between Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa. The scoping survey shall explore the identification of new qualifications and competencies, their integration in curricula and training regulations, and their implementation in teaching and training practice from an Asian perspective. Special attention shall be paid to green and digital competencies and qualifications. Results will serve as an overview of thematic trends in the region.

CLICK HERE TO FIND REQUEST FOR QUOTATION ON SCOPING OF SURVEY IN ASIA-PACIFIC. 

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ABOUT BILT
 
The Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET (BILT) project aims to support TVET institutions in addressing challenges that arise due to current global trends. These include the digitalization of the workplace and the training cycle, the transition to green and sustainable economies, a growing focus on the benefits of entrepreneurial learning, and the increase in migration that requires close engagement from TVET stakeholders to provide relevant training solutions.

In tackling these challenges, BILT leverages the existing mechanism of the UNEVOC Network to offer opportunities for collaboration between UNEVOC Centres and TVET stakeholders and a platform for bridging of innovation and learning between Europe, Africa, and Asia and the Pacific.
 
BILT provides a platform to explore and identify new qualifications and competencies that are needed for modern, competitive TVET systems and attractive career paths. BILT’s overarching thematic area, ‘New Qualifications and Competencies in TVET’ is supported by four work streams: ‘Digitalization and TVET’, ‘Greening TVET’, ‘Entrepreneurship in TVET’, and ‘Migration and TVET’.

REQUEST TO SUBMIT A WRITTEN QUOTATION/PROPOSAL FOR WORK ASSIGNMENT WITH UNESCO

SCOPING SURVEY ON NEW QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCIES IN ASIA-PACIFIC

Your proposal and any supporting documents must be in English.

UNESCO places great emphasis on ensuring that the objectives of the work assignment, as described in the Terms of Reference, are met.

Accordingly, in evaluating the proposals for the assignment, attention will focus first and foremost on the technical elements. From those proposals deemed suitable in terms of the criteria in the Terms of Reference, UNESCO shall select the proposal that offers the Organization best value for money. Your proposal should be submitted by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than 17:00 (CET) on 08 JULY 2021 (EXTENDED).

CLICK HERE TO FIND REQUEST FOR QUOTATION ON SCOPING OF SURVEY IN ASIA-PACIFIC. 

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21.06.2021
SEA-VET Admin
, UNESCO-UNEVOC, BIBB

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