UNEVOC i-hubs

Innovating Technical and Vocational Education and Training

This project belongs to: Internationalisation

What is the i-hub?
The initiative is an exercise in co-development and its long term objective is to maximize the innovation potential of TVET institutions as drivers of employability, economic growth and inclusive social development.

What is the i-hub?
The initiative is an exercise in co-development and its long term objective is to maximize the innovation potential of TVET institutions as drivers of employability, economic growth and inclusive social development.
Overall Goal
TVET institutions consolidate their contribution to the innovation of skills and to skills and services for innovation
Objectives
– Co-develop and test an innovation framework
– Identify and document the Pilot Institutions innovation capacity
– Scale up i-hubs in UNEVOC Midterm Strategy III (2021 – 2023).

Key Results – Outcomes
– An innovation framework for TVET institutions as agents of innovation is co-developed and tested
– 10 innovative practices are demonstrated by UNEVOC Centres
– A learning, development and support cascade is launched
Who are the i-hubs?
Africa
– Rift Valley Technical Training Institute (RVTTI), Kenya
– Yaba College of Technology (YCT), Nigeria
– Seychelles Institute of Technology (SIT), Seychelles
Asia – Pacific
– Shenzhen Polytechnic (SZPT), China
– TESDA Women Centre (TWC), Philippines
– University of Vocational Technology (UNIVOTEC), Sri Lanka
Europe
– OMNIA, Finland
– Berufskolleg an der Lindenstrasse (BKAL), Germany,
– Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), Malta
– TKNIKA, Spain
Key Stakeholders
Key stakeholders that will benefit from i-hubs include teachers, instructors, learners, leadership, supporting personnel and partners skills and innovation ecosystem

More info in the project leaflet ihubs-leaflet

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