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  • 14 Mar 2014 11:14 PM
    Reply # 1518004 on 1293303
    Anu Thomas
    Vocational Education means education which helps a student for self employment with employability skills, communicative skills and skills for job
  • 20 Aug 2014 11:54 AM
    Reply # 3079355 on 1293303
    Andy Parkinson

    I am a newcomer and a guest.

    Is it important that a vocational certificate has visual appeal-does it add gravitas?

    Is security and anti-counterfeiting features important? 

    There seems to be a growth of people framing and mounting their certificates-is this typical for vocational certificates?

    Is there anything that can be done to enhance a certificate-paper colour/print colours/crest/hologram/iridescent stripe/size?

  • 23 Aug 2014 3:48 AM
    Reply # 3084184 on 1293303

    Andy asks about the security of certificates, vocational and otherwise.  Tying to this and the topic "Trends in Vocational Education", I'd like to mention the growth in interest in digital credentialing.  We are in the process of piloting digital credentials, which can be verified much like digital signatures.  This helps with the security issue.  In addition, these digital credentials carry metadata that carry much more information than paper certificates, such as descriptions of the competencies demonstrated.

  • 09 Jul 2016 9:58 AM
    Reply # 4121323 on 1293303

    The United States has renewed interested in supporting CTE (TVET).  In California, millions of dollars have been awarded for supporting and enhancing CTE programs within the schools.  Currently, in Silicon Valley, the trends are in sustainable energy programs, advanced auto transportation technology, entrepreneurial education and 21st century skills education. Also, there are three new emerging industries-- water, maintenance building and audio visual technology.

  • 12 Dec 2016 12:02 AM
    Reply # 4453262 on 1293303

    Hi All 

    I'm a new member to this organisation and from Malaysia. TVEt education is the way to move forward ,, but it has to designed in a way to outshine one capability... 

    While most of us adapt the structured way ,, We in Riverbank Academy has a different way of approaching technical and vocational education ,,, a combination of holistic and technical pathway 







  • 21 Dec 2016 10:09 PM
    Reply # 4471081 on 1293303

    There is a need for Globally unified standard ,, despite of regional competencies standard ,, this new policy should be able to adapt any standards and accepted globally ,,, and I believe the process is already being initiated ,, lets wait for the outcome 







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