Our Impact 2017-04-08T09:32:18+00:00

Our Global TVET Skills Impact

Rather than just talk about our approach to Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), we’d rather demonstrate our achievements, our project outcomes and the personal and business impact of our world-class TVET activities across the globe. 

Our belief is that we should not be delivering any skills that do not make a difference or which do not serve a purpose. We use a simple and robust, but effective approach to measuring the real impact of what we do for individuals, for employers and for society at large. 

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Some of our TVET Skills Impact

Vietnam: we have worked with employers from the construction supply industry to undertake a review of their industry performance and provide practical technical support that will enabled improved business performance both at home and overseas. In addition, our team has worked closely with relevant technical education institutions to understand current staff capability and developed new comprehensive training programmes that build the capacity of both their training staff and the competence of the workers in the factories. This enhanced programme is also delivering knowledge and TVET skills to the supply chain and users of the products so that the product capability and performance is better understood by all.

Panama: we have worked with the President’s Office to support the completion of a detailed study for a new technical training and TVET skills institute that will be built over the next two years. Working with both UK and Panamanian employers, partners and stakeholders, our team completed a full review of the current vocational training system and made a range of recommendations for curriculum and qualification development that will deliver the skills and knowledge that employers need.

China: we have worked with 7 colleges in Zhongshan to review and build their capability to deliver TVET skills and apprenticeships in a sustainable and business-impacting way. We have support stakeholders in developing new and lasting relationships with employers and enabled them to use industry expertise to create curriculum that is specifically designed to deliver the skills and knowledge that businesses need. At the regional level, we have worked closely with ministers in Guangdong to review their current apprenticeship and vocational training model and to make a series of systemic recommendations that will see their technical education and vocational training system become more aligned to the current economic climate.

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