The IVETA TVET World eConference was held online from 28th to 30th July 2020. Global Skils Ledger CEO, Jonathan Ledger headlined as a speaker.

The relevance and responsiveness of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector affects the employment of individuals, and development of institutions and businesses, societies, and regions around the world. But never before, has the Technical and Vocational Education and Training sector has been so ideally positioned to drive impact, change, and growth as it is today.

Bridging the gap between skills being taught through curricula and the needs of industry are going to be key to successfully bouncing back from the chaos created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding models, policy development and implementation and quality assurance and compliance models, smart and accessible technology for the masses are paramount if TVET is going to support individual, industry and social development.

IVETA and Insources Group created the TVET World eConference for TVET professionals around the world to come together safely to discuss, learn, collaborate, and expand their international networks. Vocational Education and Training must be strengthened to handle the challenges this historic time requires. 24 international speakers will be presenting their analysis and solutions across a range of challenges, including:

  • Building a value driven TVET culture 
  • Measuring quality in vocational education
  • Bridging the gap between TVET curricula and industry needs
  • TVET Policy and compliance models
  • TVET funding models
  • Education and training technology
  • Instructional design models
  • TVET workforce continuous development

Check out the full TVET World eConference information here: 

Creating value and impact in an employer led TVET approach

Global Skills Ledger showcased global examples of development and implementation of industry focused TVET and how through personal skills improvement, TVET delivers positive business impact. Our CEO Jonathan demonstrated how engaging with employers and working with industry provides a strong basis for relevant TVET delivery that increases the required workplace skills of workers, delivers relevant skills and knowledge programmes in an inclusive way, and how this improves the productivity and competitiveness of businesses. During the course of this presentation, case studies and experience from both the UK and across the globe were shared with delegates, leaving them in no doubt that TVET is a first choice, every time choice.

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