Tknika will be hosting two very relevant UNEVOC initiatives during the next few weeks.

On the one hand, between the 16th and 19th of September, Tknika will be busy developing the Guided Self Assessment for the UNEVOC i-Hubs initiative.

The i-hubs Innovation Framework, as presently conceptualized, is used as a comprehensive collection of consultative processes, mapping tools and indicators, which aims to collect and register evidence of the current state of innovation in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions.

On the other hand, during the days 30th and 31st of October, Tknika will host the BILT – Bridging Innovation and Learing in TVET -project Entrepreneurship workshops.

The BILT project seeks to support TVET institutions in addressing transformational challenges and to explore innovative approaches and new practices. The project will support collaboration activities that are targeted to enhance national as well as multinational TVET capacities, generate new knowledge and share information in TVET.

The project will mobilize and reactivate the European UNEVOC TVET cluster as a platform to foster learning and to establish content-oriented synergies in TVET. It will also act as a springboard for trans-regional action, involving innovative UNEVOC Centres in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, and Africa.