In its current newsletter NSN highlights a potpourri of topics that are relevant to Indian vocational training: How could COVID-19 be a game changer in the field of VET in India? How can apprenticeships be made more attractive for enterprises and SMEs? Moreover, NSN presents the work of GOVET.
The German and the international iMOVE website have undergone a comprehensive modernization process. The international internet portal has been completely restructured. The guiding policy of the new layout is “mobile first” – a development especially relevant in the international context.
How do workers in the informal economy acquire the skills and competencies they need to do their jobs? What scope for action does this provide for public TVET systems as well as for international VET cooperation? Answers in the updated GIZ Toolkit "Learning and working in the informal economy".
GOVET and the National Skills Network (NSN) in India start with a newsletter series on Indo-German vocational training cooperation. The six-month series will highlight core issues of vocational education and training in both countries and present the BMBF's bilateral VET cooperation.
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