Navigating the Future of TVET: Addressing Challenges and Fostering Positive Change

Date: December 4-6, 2023 /
Program Type: Regional Program /

Main Contents

To achieve the objectives set forth, the following strategies will be employed in a consultative manner:

International Conference on “Revolutionizing the Future Workforce: Transformative Pathways of TVET towards 2030”

Presentations on:

  1. Quality Assurance in TVET: Addressing IR 4.0 Challenges
  2. Toyota Production System
  3. Benchmarking Quality Assurance in TVET

Workshops and visit on:

  1. Country Paper Presentation on Best Practices in Enhancing Quality and Relevance of TVET System
  2. Exposure Visits


The participants are expected to:

  • Develop leadership capabilities among TVET educators to drive innovative reforms and strategic planning and total quality management within institutions and organization.
  • Enhance participants' understanding of global workforce trends, equipping them to prepare graduates for success in both domestic and international job markets.
  • Cultivate TVET leaders who champion green skills and eco-friendly practices, enabling graduates to contribute to sustainable development initiatives.
  • Strengthen TVET institutions through capacity-building, fostering collaborations, and providing exposure to cutting-edge infrastructure for higher-quality education.
  • Drive the evolution of a sustainable and dynamic TVET ecosystem through effective leadership, innovation, and continuous improvement.

Revolutionizing the Future Workforce: Transformative Pathways of TVET towards 2030

Date: December 4, 2023 /
Program Type: International Conference


The participants are expected to:

  1. Understand the emerging trends and patterns in TVET focusing on technological advancements in developed countries.
  2. Gain knowledge about how partnerships between TVET institutions, industries, policymakers, and stakeholders can strengthen the bridge between education and the job market.
  3. Explore innovative approaches to how member countries are updating and adapting TVET curricula to meet the evolving skill demands of the job market.
  4. Address barriers to accessing TVET opportunities and promote inclusivity, regardless of socioeconomic background, gender, or geographical location.
  5. Enhance their knowledge of quality assurance mechanisms in TVET through effective accreditation, regular evaluations, and industry feedback.
  6. Promote the concept of lifelong learning within TVET institutions, encouraging individuals to continuously update their skills throughout their careers.
  7. Explore the integration of sustainability and green skills into TVET curricula, addressing environmental challenges and promoting sustainable practices.
  8. Provide them an opportunity to discuss strategies to bridge the digital divide and ensure equitable access to digital infrastructure, internet connectivity, and digital skills training in TVET.
  9. Provide a platform for sharing best practices, success stories, and innovative solutions in TVET