Which ministry should lead skills development?: international reflections on TVET governance: a discussion paper

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Author: Mackinnon, Iain

Abstract:

The British Council recently completed a survey of to understand how different governments organise themselves for skills development. The result is this short discussion paper which looks at structures in six countries, along with some reflections and questions for the future. This paper is organised as follows: (1) case studies from six countries, showing how they organise skills development - Colombia, England, India, Kazakhstan, South Africa and Vietnam; (2) an explanation of the model recommended by the European Training Foundation (ETF) because it is well-developed, and based on...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Skills and knowledge; Governance

Keywords: Education and training system; Policy formation; Training policy; Government role; Agency role; Skill development; Case study

Geographic subjects: Colombia; England; India; Kazakhstan; South Africa; Vietnam; Great Britain; Europe; Asia; Africa; South America

Published: London, England: British Council, 2016

Physical description: 23 p.

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https://www.britishcouncil.org/sites/default/files/international_reflections_on_tvet_governance_1.pdf

Also called: Which ministry should lead skills development?: international reflections on technical and vocational education and training governance: a discussion paper

Resource type: Discussion paper

Call number: TD/TNC 132.514

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