Posted by: bluesyemre | September 27, 2022

Unleashing the Power of Educational Technology in TVET Systems

EdTech is now an essential feature of a well-developed national technical and vocational education and training (TVET) system, put into the spotlight by the COVID-19 pandemic.

EdTech is transforming how people engage with learning, enabling people to access, and companies to seek, both learning and work opportunities removed from the physical location of the institution or company.

EdTech also offers new ways to customize the learning experience, such as advancements in data analytics and using artificial intelligence (AI) to support continuous skills development and lifelong career and learning pathways.

EdTech is driving enhanced skill recognition and transferability across markets by fostering closer collaboration between learners, institutions, employers, and government.

Companies that do not embrace EdTech will not attract the best talent. TVET institutions that do not integrate EdTech will not attract learners. Learners who do not use EdTech will miss out on the best education and employment outcomes.

EdTech models offer the potential for low-capacity emerging markets to integrate global standard learning from developed markets into their national TVET.

Scalable EdTech solutions can play a critical role in supporting national TVET in emerging markets by overcoming capacity constraints and meeting the unmet demand for services.

Private sector EdTech products have the potential to close skills gaps within emerging markets through different channels and business models, but will require government to work in partnership with private EdTech companies to truly unlock its potential.

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