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International Leadership Program “Master Trainer in TVET” visits UNEVOC with delegation from South Caucasus
Seventeen TVET stakeholders from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia visited UNESCO-UNEVOC to learn more about the International Centre’s activities, with a particular emphasis on the UNEVOC Network and the online services.
The ADB-ILO Policy Dialogue on Skills for Clean Energy Transition shared knowledge and experiences about efforts to accelerate and create opportunities for a just energy transition for all.
The 2016 Annual Conference of Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), the Canadian UNEVOC Centre brought together over 750 participants from colleges and institutes from across Canada, as well as over 50 stakeholders from around the world. The Annual Conference discussed CICan’s future activities, especially in light of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris climate agreement.
The conference focused on TVET's role in the region and provided a platform for approximately 200 researchers, lecturers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experiences about trends and needs in the region. One of the main outcomes was the recognition of the need to adopt strategies to transform TVET to respond to emerging labour market trends and industries.