In partnership with UNESCO

NEXT STEP: Education to Employment

A virtual conference on building more resilient pathways to connect people to employers.

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In Focus
In Focus

WHY ADDRESS LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT MOBILITY ISSUES IN INDIA?

5 million salaried jobs lost in July
100 million migrant workers left jobless
Over 18 million Indian’s lost jobs since April

To avoid further mass job losses, there is a need for reform in India’s education and labour market, creating new economic opportunities.

New solutions that encompass multiple communications channels, ensuring business continuity can help educators, professionals and employers navigate the complex landscape of education and employment.

Skilled workers who belong to the informal sectors are unemployed and countless jobs are increasingly at risk.

To ensure business continuity, we need to embrace new solutions that encompass multiple communications channels and open new employment possibilities.

Next Step: Education to Employment

A virtual conference in partnership with UNESCO

The event will highlight key education and employment challenges for Indians and also possible solutions to improve recognition of skills within and between nations.

As part of the conference, UNESCO and Certif-ID will unveil a policy brief on digital credentials.

Date: 29th September 2020
Time: 2:30 - 4:30 pm IST.
Online - Facebook/YouTube Live

With great pleasure, we invite you to join us in the discussion.

Next Step: Education to Employment
Why Attend?
Why Attend?

NAVIGATE THE COMPLEX EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT LANDSCAPE

The future of Indian industries in a post-COVID world cannot rely on the learning experience and curriculum that is two decades old.

Together, let us explore how to modernise outdated processes, classifications, training and tools to reflect future needs and make way for a strong foundation for life-long learning and skill development.

Our Speakers

Noteworthy speakers from the government, industry, leading educational institutes and NGOs will discuss how to support professionals in returning to the workforce as soon as possible and how to provide better access to learning progression.

PETER WELLS
Chief of Higher Education, UNESCO

UNESCO

PETER WELLS
Chief of Higher Education, UNESCO
TIM MILLER
Co-Founder, Certif-ID

TIM MILLER
Co-Founder, Certif-ID
MANISH JOSHI
TVET and Higher Education Specialist.

MANISH JOSHI
TVET and Higher Education Specialist.
ENRICO RUHLE
Member of the Board, Festo Didactic

ENRICO RUHLE
Member of the Board, Festo Didactic

Chief of Higher Education, UNESCO

Peter Wells is Chief of the Section for Higher Education at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, which is responsible for the overall coordination of the UNITWIN/UNESCO Chairs program.

Peter Wells

Co-Founder, Certif-ID

Tim is an enthusiastic, driven thinker with a global perspective. His diversified international work experience covers a range of topics from emerging technology and digitalisation of learning solutions to management system certification and product certification, across 25 countries.

Tim Miller

TVET and Higher Education Specialist

Manish is part of the Education sector team at UNESCO’s New Delhi cluster office for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka and is responsible for technical and vocational education and training (TVET).

Manish Joshi

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