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Promising Practices in TVET

— theme: TVET system
— country: Global

UNESCO-UNEVOC - 2017. This online database presents a set of initiatives from around the world that have been identified and selected by a team of experts as being particularly ‘promising’ for TVET in their context.

Author/Editor
UNESCO-UNEVOC
Publishing Year
2017

Laboratoria, code that transforms
In Peru, a web development company became aware of the lack of female software developers in the country and decided to set up a six-month training course for disadvantaged women. Graduates find employment and see their income sensibly improving. (more)

Young Africa
In Mozambique, youth unemployment is high and education programmes are often dependent on international aid. The umbrella organisation Young Africa sets up self-sustaining centres that efficiently prepare students to self-employment. (more)

REACH
In Vietnam, a local NGO brings disadvantaged young people to employment by training them and connecting them to a Network of over a thousand companies. To ensure a low drop-out rate, REACH counsels and actively supports the trainees throughout. (more)

The Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors Program
In Australia, the government launched an Ambassadors programme to raise the status of apprenticeships. Prominent figures and high performing apprentices are mobilized to showcase the system and an online platform increases the programme’s outreach. (more)

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