The role of TVET governance at sub-national levels

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Author: Perryman, Simon; Perryman, John

Abstract:

Devolving the governance of TVET to sub-national level is an issue of growing interest to countries across the world as they seek to improve the effectiveness of their vocational education and training systems to meet increasing economic and social demands. Devolution offers the prospect to tailor skills development to meet local demand and engage employers in public services that act efficiently and seem relevant to their needs. This report seeks to develop an understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by different models of TVET devolution and to offer some initial...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Governance

Keywords: Education and training system; Government policy; Decentralisation; Agency role; Training administration; Political aspects; Cultural aspects; Financial aspects; Case study; Policy implications; Recommendations

Geographic subjects: Great Britain; Pakistan; Indonesia; Serbia; Morocco; Nigeria; Europe; Asia; Africa

Published: London, England: British Council, 2017

Physical description: [63] p.

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https://www.britishcouncil.org/sites/default/files/the_role_of_tvet_governance_at_sub-national_levels_-_june_2017.pdf

Also called: The role of technical and vocational education and training governance at sub-national levels

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 132.513

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