A two-day conference organized by UNESCO and Cedefop in Paris examines global trends and local challenges in matching skills to the changing job market. More than 125 participants, policy-makers, stakeholders and experts from around the world took part in the conference titled 'Skills, jobs and sustainable development: global trends, local challenges'
UNESCO-UNEVOC is proud to host the first UNEVOC TVET Leadership Programme. The ten-day programme aims to empower TVET leaders to become change leaders and transform TVET in their countries to contribute to sustainable societies and economies. This year’s programme will take place from 17 to 28 October and will be attended by 22 participants from 20 countries.
To raise awareness, understanding and appreciation of the important role teachers play in education, we celebrate World Teacher’s Day on the 5th of October. The theme this year focuses on “Valuing teachers, improving their status”.
The virtual conference report on “Making youth entrepreneurship a viable path” is now online. The virtual conference took place from 18 to 29 July 2016 on the UNEVOC TVeT Forum and was moderated by Claudia Pompa.
From 30-31 August 2016 Mr Qian Tang, UNESCO’s Assistant Director-General for Education, paid courtesy visits to German ministries and UN agencies in Bonn in an effort to strengthen UNESCO-UNEVOC’s partnership in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in Germany