Day 2 - ETF’s Conference of the Year!
Skills & Qualifications: Benefits for People
Policymakers and practitioners from the ETF partner countries are in Turin, at the Lingotto Congress Centre, with representatives from the European Union institutions, international organisations, and international experts from the field of skills and qualifications for the ETF Conference on Skills and Qualifications: Benefits for People.
Irisna Tserodze, Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport from Georgia, Anatoli Garmash, Federation of Employers, Ukraine, and Alqi Mustafai, National Agency for VET and Qualifications, Albania will all take to the stage to report back to plenary yesterday’s proceedings. Day 1 focused on learning and teaching, curricula reform, and career guidance and assessment. Successful practices informed discussions together with the recently published ETF Toolkit, an aid for qualifications and skills development.
Today the City of Practice, the main focus of the conference, connects policy and practice. Good practice success stories and useful tools are presented in stands along the conference centre promenade so that participants can engage with presenters and visualize practices. Eleven stands divided into four districts and different themes will cover information and guidance, the changing role of teachers, blended learning and vocational training and lifelong learning.
A full and varied agenda is enabling discussions on how to enhance the benefits for people derived from policies and practices on skills and qualifications.
The event is in English, with French and Russian interpretation in all sessions.
Proceedings of the event are broadcast throughout the ETF social media channels so be sure to tune in!
More information about the conference: https://europa.eu/!mB93gy
Web streaming: https://europa.eu/!um84bV