Vocational education and training (VET) is beginning to emerge as a leader in innovation and the Torino Process has an important role to play, according to the internationally renowned publication The Economist. There’s a lot of talk about innovation, but in some policy areas more action is needed to allow it to flourish. Let’s try … More Let the bright sparks fly
Exactly one month ago, we welcomed 300+ stakeholders from 28 partner countries, Europe and beyond to Turin. Tens of thousands more tuned in online for the two-day action-packed programme. From the young innovators in the Ideas Market to Commissioner Marianne Thyssen’s keynote speech and a singing deputy prime minister, we have captured all the highlights … More All the best bits from #ETFTRP 2017 on Storify!
Torino Process driving towards digitalised, flexible future … As international delegates prepare to fly into Turin for the Changing Skills for a Changing World conference, ETF experts are already laying plans for the future. The conference – which takes place in the ETF’s HQ city June 7 to 8 – brings together delegates from partner … More Shifting Into Fifth Gear
The Torino Process has been a learning curve in evidence-based assessment, says Ayman Alwreikat, Jordan’s Torino Process national coordinator. Four new working groups kicked off the fourth round of the Torino Process back in May 2016, gathering vocational education and training (VET) system and policy data. The country report was prepared and peer reviewed by … More Paving the path towards VET reform in Jordan