Case Studies of TVET
Published by: UNESCO-UNEVOC
Knowledge about innovative ideas or longstanding and well-functioning technical and vocational education and training (TVET) practices that work in one country are often very useful for TVET practitioners in other countries or contexts. However, they are sometimes not perceived as special or as being worth sharing by the organization that carries them out. Through the ongoing UNEVOC publications project Case Studies of Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Selected Countries, UNESCO-UNEVOC supports and encourages stakeholders from UNEVOC Network member institutions to write case studies about practices and models that have worked in their respective country.
The UNESCO-UNEVOC Series of Case Studies of TVET in Selected Countries provides in-depth information on issues of specific importance in the TVET systems of selected countries and regions. It aims to describe existing approaches to addressing TVET issues that work and that can serve as exemplars in other contexts. By sharing this information, progress in reorienting education and training systems can be achieved. Through the Case Studies, it is intended to build a pool of resources and tools of what works in TVET as part of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre’s clearinghouse. The authors are selected TVET experts from institutions that are part of the UNEVOC Network.
Titles in the series to date are: