What are the skills needed for the future of manufacturing?
In a context of demographic transitions, internationalisation of job markets, and transformation towards an information and knowledge-based society, the SKILLNET alliance seeks to empower Vocational Education and Training providers and stakeholders to thrive.
Increasing openness, flexibility, complexity and uncertainty are key characteristics that will define the future of manufacturing, and overcoming such challenges will require a constant flow of ideas.
This is why we are kindly inviting experts covering all roles (TVET providers, companies, governance representatives and individuals) to join one or more of the four topic-specific SKILLNET peerlearning clubs that will allow discussion, exchange and empowerment via online and on-site activities, with a bottom-up approach.
Despite some minor changes, that will be implemented to align with the new funding conditions, activities to animate and support the Global CoVEs network in its development are all proceeding regularly and implementing the funds already directed, reserve funds and voluntary contributions of our members.
The Network is proceeding with the launch of the second wave of global CoVEs to create the largest international coalition for excellence in TVET and all members will soon receive the necessary links to the new 2020 questionnaire and detailed roadmap.