Bangladesh trained 1.5 million people by linking directly to the real-world needs of employers.
Two Philippine-based technical and vocational education training centers are showing what’s needed to align the skills of workers with the needs of modern automakers.
The basic education and skill set that powered "Factory Asia" needs realignment if Asia is to continue its upward trajectory.
Skills urgently needed in today’s high-tech working environment are best acquired in technology-enabled classrooms.
Myanmar is improving its secondary education system through reforms of curriculum, teaching, and student assessment.
Success lies in industry links, technology, skills development, new modes of education delivery, and school-to-work transition programs.
Business sector engagement is key to the success of a German-supported TVET training offer for skilled workers for the wastewater sector in Viet Nam.
One way to counter negative perceptions about technical and vocation education and training (TVET) programs is to promote them through better communications.
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