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New qualifications and competencies for future-oriented TVET - Volume 2

TVET advocacy: ensuring multi-stakeholder participation
This volume addresses the role of meso-level TVET stakeholders in the process of maintaining and updating TVET systems to ensure they remain fit for purpose. Meso-level stakeholders indicate institutions participating in the advancement of TVET syste ...

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Sri Lanka National Skills Passport Project

Submitted by Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission, Sri Lanka
The National Skills Passport is a digital portfolio of a worker’s skills and qualifications, references and informally acquired knowledge, all conveniently located on a smart identification card. Migrant labourers and workers returning from abroad ...

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