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Innovation in TVET

New opportunities and challenges


Posted:
31.10.2019 by SEA-VET Content

Author:
Jan Peter Ganter de Otero

Publisher:
UNESCO-UNEVOC

Year of Publication:
2019

Country in Focus:
Global

Description

A study conducted of trends on innovation in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) has been presented in a report by UNESCO-UNEVOC. It's aims are to improve the understanding among the international community regarding innovation in TVET and to map out the current trends and showcase different types and experiences of innovation in TVET globally. 

To help further the international community's understandings on contemporary key issues concerning TVET, UNESCO-UNEVOC aimed at focusing on trend mapping studies. The studies review existing literature and policies, and engage TVET stakeholders from around the world through surveys and virtual conferences.

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