Greening TVET for Sustainable Development

Date: January 29, 2024 - February 2, 2024 /
Program Type: In-Country Program /

Main Contents

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

Theme papers and presentations on the following:

  • Special Lecture: Greening TVET as an SDG 2030 Strategy: Current Concepts, Practices, and Future Agenda
  • Theme Paper 1: Importance of Green Skills in Sustainable Development
  • Theme Paper 2: Strategies and Practical Approaches for Greening Campuses
  • Theme Paper 3: Integrating Green Skills in the TVET Curriculum
  • Theme Paper 4: TVET Digitization for Global Competitiveness
  • Theme Paper 5: The Future of TVET with IR 4.0 to TVET 4.0
  • Theme Paper 6: Best Practices of Greening TVET in the Global Context

Workshops & Activities

  • Workshop 1: Conduct a SWOT Analysis of the Green TVET Institute Environment
  • Workshop 2: Identification of Major Issues and Challenges in Greening Campuses for Sustainable Development through PESTEL Analysis
  • Workshop 3: Prepare an action plan for the Integration of Green Skills in the TVET institute.

National Seminar on “Greening Skills for Sustainable Development”

  • Session 1: The Role of Education in Fostering Green Mindsets and Skills
  • Session 2: Circular Economy: Redefining Resource Efficiency
  • Session 3: Green Tech Startups: Catalyzing Innovation for a Sustainable Future
  • Session 4: Renewable Energy Transition: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Session 5: Smart Cities: Integrating Sustainability into Urban Planning
  • Session 5: Open Forum


The overall objective of the Greening TVET for Sustainable Development training program is to maintain a green society through TVET professionals by empowering students with green knowledge, skills, and attitudes. The specific objectives of the program are to effectively and efficiently analyze emerging trends and challenges in greening TVET for sustainable development for the benefit of future generations.

The participants are expected to: