Skills in Demand Model: Theory of Change
The Commonwealth of Learning’s Skills in Demand model offers TVET national agencies and institutions a way to increase access to TVET through blending distance and online learning with workplace learning. The Skills in Demand Theory of Change outlines the challenges facing TVET, in both the large developing countries and small island states of the Commonwealth. It also describes the three strategic interventions within COL’s model, and the outputs, outcomes and impact anticipated as a result of those activities.
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Srivastava, Mamta; Jena, Sitansu S (2013-11)Skills acquisition is vital for any economy to compete and grow, particularly in an era of economic and technological change. Skill needs are widespread in most developing countries , including India . Skill needs are not ...
Kanwar, Asha; Balasubramanian, K; Carr, Alexis (International Journal of Training Research, 2019-09-07)The digital revolution is rapidly transforming the world of work and the skills profiles of many occupations. The pace of change necessitates continuous skilling and reskilling, through lifelong learning. Traditional models ...
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2020)In response to high unemployment and under-employment of the global workforce, there is a need for flexible and scalable models for TVET. This situation has been further exacerbated by COVID 19. Blended ‘as-distance-as-possible’ ...
Neal, Terry (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-04-13)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 ...
Partnership for ODFL in the Pacific Report on Initial Consultation Process (February – March 2021): Online TVET Toolkit Neal, Terry (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-03-30)New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has funded the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) to implement a project to contribute to enhanced capacity and efficiency of Pacific education sectors through greater use ...