Practical skills online – how far can you go?
Delivered by Terry Neal, Education Specialist: Technical and Vocational Skills Development (TVSD), Commonwealth of Learning (COL) in partnership with Solutions for Youth Employment on 13 April 2021. Terry’s presentation ‘Practical skills online: How far can you go?’ discusses the pedagogy of practical skills and its implications for use of online learning in TVET. The presentation shares how COL is working in Nigeria, Zambia and Tuvalu to apply this understanding to increase access to TVET through workplace plus online learning. COL partners from Nigeria and Zambia also contribute their perspectives through the webinar.
- 2021-2025 
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