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Current Issues in Education: Skills Development and Technical

— theme: Skills for Youth
— country: Global
— type: Working Papers

AusAID Education Resource Facility, November 2012 - This paper is intended to provide managers with an improved understanding of the complex processes surrounding skills development and TVET reform, and to examine the role that AusAID can play in ensuring provision becomes more sustainable. This aim will be achieved through addressing the following questions: 1. What is the meaning and location of skills development and TVET? 2. What are the reasons for investing in skills development and TVET? 3. What lessons can be gained from donor experiences of investing in skills development and TVET? 4. What measures are required to make skills development and TVET systems more demand driven? 5. What reforms are required to improve the supply of skills development and TVET? 6. How can mechanisms for funding skills development and TVET be made more effective and efficient? 7. What practical actions can be taken by AusAID to make provision more sustainable?

Author/Editor
The Education Resource Facility (ERF)
Publishing Year
2012
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