Employer organizations in the governance of TVET and skills systems
This report explores the engagement of employer organisations in the governance of TVET and skill systems. It presents the experiences of 28 national employer and business membership organisations in key aspects of skills development including national policy and strategy setting, financing arrangements (including national training funds), apprenticeships, the management of training organisations and the delivery and assessment of training. The report provides a unique insight into the views and experiences of employers as they attempt to engage with the key governance challenges in today’s TVET and skill systems. The report represents an outcome of the strong partnership between the ILO SKILLS Branch and the ILO Bureau of Employers’ Activities (ACTEMP).