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E-Learning course: Skills development for social inclusion

31 January 2021,   to   25 March 2021
Online (E-Campus)

In this course participants learn how to contribute to the development of inclusive education and training systems and programmes that are capable of overcoming the range of existing barriers for disadvantaged groups and individuals. This fully online course is organized in close collaboration with the ILO’s Employment Department, Skills and Employability Branch and Humanity & Inclusion – Handicap International and addresses those that are motivated to learn how to improve the outreach, quality and relevance of education and training for all.

The course endorses a holistic approach to the training and labour market inclusion process - from accessibility of training to participation, graduation, and work transition for all, with specific modules on:
• The training and labour market inclusion process - from accessibility of training to work transition for all
• Inclusive TVET policies and strategies, following a rights-based approach
• Universal TVET system design from access to participation, graduation and transition to work
• Inclusive learning methodologies
• Framework for analysis of inequalities in TVET
• Targeted measures to redress inequalities

This innovative online course provides practical guidance for assessing and building inclusive TVET and skills development systems catered to a range of groups and individuals. By the end of the online programme, participants will have:
• Built awareness on key concepts and benefits of social inclusion in TVET for all
• Identified the underlying causes of inequalities, addressed questions of status, and challenged social perceptions
• Learnt how to overcome existing barriers to access and participation through carefully designed policy intervention and practical measures for inclusive TVET design and delivery

Application deadline: 15 January

To learn more and to register click on the link provided below

E-Learning course: Skills for social inclusion

7th World Congress on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (WoCTVET 2020)

13 December 2020,
Malaysia

The world conference aims to serve as a platform for discussion, dissemination and sharing of contemporary research and scientific knowledge and information in the field of teacher education for TVET. All accepted papers will be published via three channels: Scopus Journal, Non-Scopus Journal, and e-Proceeding.

The objectives of the conference are:
1. To bring together the international scientific experts and researchers to catalyse and advance scientific knowledge about TVET teacher education.
2. To bring together educational leaders, scientists, educators and policy makers to promote and enhance collaborations to more effectively address regional and national responses to TVET teacher education.
3. To provide opportunity for TVET researchers, policy makers, educators, and community to discuss and develop creative solutions to unresolved challenges in research and implementation of TVET policies and programs.
4. To increase the global awareness of the importance of TVET teacher education and to promote effective actions to mainstream TVET around the world.

This year's theme is "The Future of Work and Learning in Digital Transformation".

To learn more and to discover how submit your papers, click on the link provided below:

New qualifications and competencies in TVET

7 December 2020,
Online

This meeting revolves around the key aspects related to the identification, integration and implementation of new qualifications and competencies. It aims at discussing the relevance, applicability and prioritization of new qualifications and competencies with the global TVET community with a view on practical examples from Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific. The discussions will be underpinned by the main outcomes of the BILT Trends Mapping Study and will explore questions such as:

- What institutional arrangements are favorable for identifying the demands for new qualifications and competencies? Which mix of competencies is relevant in the BILT themes digitalization, greening, entrepreneurship and migration?
- How can relevant qualifications and competencies be integrated into curricula and training regulations? What is the relevance of cross-cutting, occupational, sectoral and modular approaches in this context?
- How are new qualifications and competencies implemented, mainly concerning adaptation of pedagogical environments and teachers and trainers training?

While the meeting is held in English, there will be remote simultaneous interpretation to and from French.

To learn more and to register click on the link provided below.

ILO Talks: How COVID-19 has accelerated the future of work

7 December 2020,
Virtual event

COVID-19 has had a devastating human impact. Necessary lock-down measures have led to massive economic and labour market losses, with young people, women and the informal economy hit hardest. Looking ahead, there will be a slow, difficult and uncertain recovery in the years to come. The crisis has already transformed the way in which billions of people experience work around the world.

In industrialized economies it has sped up digitization and remote work, with some workers now on indefinite teleworking arrangements and many working online.

However, those without the necessary skills and opportunities to make the digital transition are at risk of being left behind. In less developed countries the crisis has deeply affected informal workers, disrupted supply chains, decimated tourism and put more people at risk of extreme poverty.

High-level discussants will inject the global world of work perspective and propose measures that will help enterprises and societies build a better future of work from the crisis.

The discussion will be held in English and interpreted in French, Spanish and sign language.

To learn more and to register click on the link provided below.

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