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Making South-East Asia skills and TVET systems future-ready: The role of skills anticipation systems in matching future skills needs in the labour market.
New ILO-ADB report addresses the impact of COVID-19 on youth employment in Asia and the Pacific
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a massive disruption of economies and labour markets with disproportionate impacts on youth employment in Asia and the Pacific, says a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Asian Development Bank (ADB). Young people’s employment prospects in Asia and the Pacific are severely challenged as a result of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Youth (15–24 years) will be hit harder than adults (25 and older) in the immediate crisis and also risk bearing higher longer-term economic and social costs, says a new ILO-ADB report.
ADB: Viet Nam to Deepen Skills Development for Transition to Industry 4.0
On 20 Jan 2021, Asian development Bank (ADB) in Vietnam published the result of their research on “Reaping the benefits of industry 4.0 through skills development in Viet Nam”.  The study is part of a four-country report of ASEAN nations that includes Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. (Photo: hanoimoi.com.vn)
How do businesses also be a school?
Is business a school? In some developed countries, businesses on the one hand create jobs, but on the other hand, businesses will recognize vocational skills certificates. That is the issue discussed at the Workshop “Consultation on the Strategy for Vocational Education Development for the period 2021-2030, with a vision to 2045” organized by the Directorate of Vocational Education and Training (DVET) under Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) recently organized online. Conference overview
Topic: UNESCO-UNEVOC Webinar: "Social Aspects of Digital Learning in TVET"
Information on the Vocational Education and Training Leadership Program organized by UNESCO-UNEVOCUNESCO-UNEVOC
Trends in New Qualifications and Competencies for TVET - Perspectives of the European UNEVOC Network
In 2020, as a part of the Bridging Innovation and Learning in TVET project, UNESCO-UNEVOC TVET conducted a trend mapping study which identifies nine trends related to New Qualifications and Competencies (NQC) in TVET as society, economies and labour markets evolve in ever-faster cycles. Trends one to four bring insights into the identification of NQC for relevant sectors and occupations; trends five and six concern the implementation of NQC in curricula and training regulations of different occupational profiles; and trends seven to nine bear upon the implementation of NQC in teaching and training.
BIBB Contributes to UNESCO-UNEVOC Study on Gender Equality in Scie-Tech
BIBB Contributes to UNESCO-UNEVOC Study on Gender Equality in Scie-Tech A study on boosting gender equality in science and technology, along with challenges for TVET programs and careers, was published by UNESCO-UNEVOC with the support of BIBB. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-related technical and vocational education and training (TVET) has a potentially significant role to play in providing the skills and competencies required to support innovation, productivity, and international competitiveness as well as areas of social development, including health and education. Even as STEM subjects and skills are becoming more essential in today’s world, gender disparities are prevalent in these fields. Recognizing the gap in TVET-specific data and literature, UNESCO-UNEVOC conducted the study on boosting gender equality in science and technology. (BIBB)
MALAYSIA SETS UP NATIONAL TVET COUNCIL TO ENHANCE TVET ECOSYSTEM
ILO Career Guidance Mobile Phone App “ILO-Huong nghiep”: Support students to choose careers
In frame of Project “Applying the G20 Training Strategy in Viet Nam: A partnership of the ILO and the Russian Federation (Phase 2)”, ILO launch the career guidance packages and mobile phone app “ILO-huong nghiep”  in Hanoi, on 02/10/2020. This Mobile phone app aims to improve young people’s access to career guidance services - to make the right career choice.
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