E-Publication :
   
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.
16:25' 6/17/2021



Objective: The regional webinar aims to introduce representatives of government, employers’ and workers’ organizations and educational and training institutions to successful approaches towards skills anticipation and matching. Best practices from the United Kingdom and South Africa as well as the ILO experience across four continents will be presented, including key insights and lessons learned regarding relevant skills anticipation processes, methods and tools.

Type:          Panel discussion

When: 25 May 2021

Where: Online, 15:00-17:00 (Bangkok Time)

Key topics for discussion

  • How can skills anticipation activities support review and development of national skills and TVET system policies and strategies?
  • How can labour market information and intelligence be effectively coordinated in a systematic manner?
  • What are the benefits and lessons learned of using sectoral skills needs anticipation approaches?
  • What are the institutional responsibilities, structures and coordination arrangements for effective skills anticipation?
  • What is the relevance of social dialogue mechanisms in building consensus in relation to skills anticipation and matching?
  • What changes, if any, and challenges are faced by current skills anticipation and matching systems as we experience and transition away from the COVID-19 crisis?

 

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