Opportunities exist to use technologies for assessment and credentialing, supporting TVET programmes for economic and social development. TVET's impact on social and economic measures has often been impaired due to the complexities and costs in projects which have not used technology appropriately.
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.
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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Together, let us explore how to modernise outdated processes, classifications, training and tools to reflect future needs and make way for a strong foundation for life-long learning and skill development.
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.
Chief of Higher Education, UNESCO
Peter’s experience in the global education sector is tremendous. He is probably one of the few experts in the world that understand the past, current and future economic and philosophical challenges and trends related education systems around the world.
Tim is an enthusiastic, driven thinker with a global perspective. With 15+ years of experience in the Indian and Asia Pacific markets, he is involved in the strategic development of future-ready learning, training and consultancy solutions.
TVET and Higher Education Specialist
Manish is an integral 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).
Managing Director Chief Executive Officer of National Skill Development Corporation
Manish Kumar in his four-year tenure at NSDC has focused on improving the quality of private-sector delivery of skills across priority sectors and making skills aspirational.
Head of Education Sector in UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office
With about 15 years of experience supporting education policy Omar is the Head of Education Sector in UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office for Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal and SriLanka.
Chief Executive Officer, Automotive Skills Development Council – ASDC
A passionate professional with career spanning 28 years; the initial 10 years was spent in manufacturing sector, followed by 18 years of experience across all domains of education & training.
VC, NIEPA and Director, CPRHE/NIEPA, New Delhi
Mr. Varghese is closely associated with educational planning at the federal and decentralised levels and with the design and development of externally funded education projects in India.
Member of the Board, Festo Didactic
He is a member of the management board at Festo Didactic SE, responsible for Asia and Mega Projects. He started his career in 1998 at TÜV Rheinland in Taiwan and spent 16 years in management positions at the company in Japan and India.
Labour Mobility Specialist, Certif-ID
Mike is an experienced education and training professional with a track record of building quality assurance infrastructures, training networks, and businesses based on credentialing to international standards.
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