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Asia-Pacific Conference on Education and Training (ACET) - "Making Skills Development Work for the Future"

03.08.2015 - 05.08.2015

Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur Link

"In a rapidly changing world and in light of the 2030 education agenda, skills development needs a fundamental rethink and transformation to respond to the needs for a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific. The actions for such transformation were globally debated at the Third International Congress on TVET (Shanghai, China, 2012). The Shanghai Consensus, key outcome of the Congress, suggests recommendations to support the transformation of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) policies and practices in UNESCO’s Member States. (...)

In response to emerging challenges such as globalisation, regional integration, demographic shifts, technological advances, environmental concerns, as well as persistent inequalities and youth unemployment, many governments in the Asia-Pacific strive towards green and sustainable development: this requires new skills (OECD, 2013), which are expected to replace or expand existing skills in the future and create jobs opportunities in particular for youth. Building inclusive knowledge-based economies requires appropriate curricula, pedagogical approaches and learning environments, especially through ICT-integrated TVET. For that purpose, current and future skills requirements, including transversal and entrepreneurial skills (...) will need to be assessed, debated and reflected in education and training policies and strategies. In addition, growing globalisation, regional economic integration and labour mobility in the Asia-Pacific, which make education and training a matter of transnational agenda, require a strengthening of cross-country partnerships for improved TVET governance at all levels." [Abstract: Site editor’s information]


Asien, Pazifischer Raum, Pazifikstaaten, Berufsbildung, Jugend, Globalisierung, Nachhaltige Entwicklung, Chancengleichheit, Fertigkeit, Entwicklung, Ausbildung, Fachkraft, Wirtschaft, Arbeitsmarkt,

Art der Veranstaltung Konferenz / Tagung / Fachtagung / Kolloquium / Kongress / Symposium
Veranstalter UNESCO Bangkok; Malaysian Government
Beginn der Veranstaltung 03.08.2015, 00:00
Ende der Veranstaltung 05.08.2015, 00:00
Veranstaltungsstätte Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Staat Malaysia
Tagungssprache Englisch
Relevanz regional
Inhaltsbereich der Veranstaltung Berufliche Bildung; Jugendbildung
Adressaten Ausbilder/-innen; Hochschullehrer/innen / Forscher/-innen; Fachleute aus Bildungspolitik und -verwaltung
Aufgenommen am 04.08.2015
Zuletzt geändert am 04.08.2015

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