You are viewing an archived web page, collected at the request of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) using Archive-It. This page was captured on 05:38:26 Oct 06, 2022, and is part of the UNESCO collection. The information on this web page may be out of date. See All versions of this archived page.
Loading media information hide
Logo UNESCO-UNEVOC i-hubs Logo
Logo UNESCO-UNEVOC i-hubs Logo open menu


Home: The i-hubs initiative | Project timeline | What is the i-hub? | Who are the i-hubs?
Recent developments: General Project News | News from the i-Hubs

Innovation Framework

Guided Self-Assessment: About | Calendar | Indicative Programme
Innovation Toolbox: The Balanced Scorecard | Skills and Innovation Ecosystem Map


Knowledge resources: Publications | Other useful resources

Members' Corner

Networking for innovation: Discussion forum | Project documents | Network visualization map

i-hubs Innovation Framework

Development of comprehensive Innovation Framework is a central pillar of the I-hubs initiative. It provides a systematic, institution-wide, measurable and evidence-informed methodology for increasing capacity of TVET Institutions to drive innovation. Through applying the Framework, TVET Institutions will be able to provide skills needed for innovation, and at the same time, innovate learning processes, products and services offered to youth, adults, entrepreneurs and companies.

The Innovation Framework includes a structured self-assessment process and a toolbox that enables the TVET Institutions to build their innovation capacity.

The i-hubs Innovation Framework has been updated and enriched through experience and feedback gained through each Guided Self-Assessment that took place from June 2019 onwards. In particular, the i-hubs Innovation Framework will be revised according to feedback from the i-hubs in a progress meeting scheduled for the 4 December 2019.

Share: Facebook   Twitter
The UNESCO-UNEVOC Skills for Innovation Hubs is part of the initiative 'Developing TVET institutions for entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability' implemented by UNESCO since 2017, and is supported by the Beijing Caofeidian International Vocational Education City (BCEC), with contributions from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

Stay in touch

UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre
UN Campus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1
53173 Bonn, Germany

  unevoc.i-hubs @ unesco.org

on social media



Use of Name & Logo | Data privacy statement | Contacts