Making TVET and skills development inclusive for all
Inclusion in TVET and skills development is in everyone’s interest – and yet, many individuals and groups in society find themselves excluded from learning opportunities. In this course participants learn how to contribute to the development of inclusive education and training systems and programmes that are capable of overcoming the range of existing barriers for disadvantaged groups and individuals. The course is organized in close collaboration with the ILO’s Employment Department, Skills and Employability Branch and Humanity & Inclusion – Handicap International and addresses those that are motivated to learn how to improve the outreach, quality and relevance of education and training for all.
The Centre’s training methods include case studies, group exercises and Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality experiences
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Improving the prospects and quality of work of those disadvantaged in the labour market is a key focus of the ILO's research and capacity-building agenda. This course helps to develop concerted and focused efforts to improve the outreach, quality and relevance of education and training. Given the heterogeneity of disadvantaged groups - women, youth, persons with disabilities, workers in rural areas or in the informal economy, migrants and refugees -, the course will encourage the participants to contribute to the development of education and training systems and programmes that are capable of: (i) overcoming existing barriers through carefully designed policy intervention; (ii) responding flexibly to different needs, and (iii) addressing questions of status and challenging social perceptions.
This course provides practical guidance for assessing and building inclusive TVET and skills development systems catered to a range of groups and individuals, such as women, persons with disabilities, people living in rural areas, migrant workers, and people working in the informal sector.
Participants will discuss relevant topics with international experts and their peers. In particular, participant will:
Participants connect to a global network of professionals operating inclusive skills-related programmes for all.
The Turin Centre is known for its innovative learning methods and dynamic training environments.