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Expert Meeting on Expanding TVET at the Secondary Education Level

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UNESCO Bangkok in collaboration with UNESCO-UNEVOC Bonn is conducting a study on the various approaches in providing TVET in secondary schools. An expert meeting was held in Bangkok on 3-4 December 2012 to exchange national policies, practices and lessons learned from a number of countries with experience in this area.

The regional expert meeting brought together experts involved in the study as well as government representatives from Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar. The meeting discussed the preliminary findings of the study, aiming to draw policy options and to examine potential issues that could be further elaborated in the regional synthesis report.

 

Meeting Details

Title: Expert Meeting on Expanding Technical and Vocational Education and Training at the Secondary Education Level 

Dates: 3 – 4 December 2012

Location: UNESCO Bangkok Office, Thailand

Participants: Ministry officials, TVET experts, policy analysts and researchers from selected countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

Key Documents

Meeting Presentations

Country Case Studies

Repositioning of the UNESCO-UNEVOC in light of the Shanghai Consensus and UNESCO TVET Strategy (Shyamal Majumdar)

Key Findings of the 2012 Education for All Global Monitoring Report: Youth and Skills (Ramya Vivekanandan Rodrigues)

Regional and International Trends in TVET at the Secondary Level (Youngsup Choi)