DC dVET Events

The Donor Committee deals intensively with the question: What are the central dimensions and core elements of dual VET and how they can be implemented in development cooperation? Meetings and workshops provide the Committee with the opportunity to discuss current issues with its members and partners, and to share the latest information (project examples, best practices, studies, etc.).

Workshop Moldova 2018

Detail Event

Chişinău, Moldau, June 2018

Key topics:

Workshop with partners:

  • Dual VET in Moldova: opportunities and challenges
  • How to view VET: The perspective of Moldovan companies and schools
  • The role of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CII)

Workshop among Donors and project implementers:

  • General brainstorming on key issues
  • How to support schools and teachers
  • Cooperation management in dual VET
  • Conclusions regarding future cooperation between the donors
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Regional Workshop Western Africa 2017

Detail Event

Ougadougou, Burkina Faso, November/December 2017

Key topics:

  • Introduction à la formation duale dans la coopération au développement
  • Formation professionnelle duale en Afrique de l’Ouest
  • Approches axées sur l’emploi rapide
  • Formation professionnelle agricole
  • Perspectives vers une meilleure coopération entre les pays et les acteurs du développement dans la région
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Regional Workshop Eastern Europe 2017

Detail Event

Tirana, Albania, June 2017

Key topics:

  • Workbased-learning in the region: Overview
  • Challenges and experiences in reforming VET systems with regards to dual elements
  • Shared responsibility between the state and private sector
  • Exchange, coordination and collaboration
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Expert Conference of the Donor Committee 2016

Detail Event

Lucerne, Switzerland, April 2016

Key topics:

  • Workplace as a place of learning
  • Joint responsibility of the state and private sector
  • Challenges with dual system reforms using the Republic of Moldova as an example
  • Dual vocational education and training in fragile contexts
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