Tailor-made and wide-ranging offers and services for vocational training and education
Vocational education and training systems that have the necessary important key elements are crisis-proof, even if they cannot remain unaffected by the current corona crisis. Systems in which the focus is on learning, in which the competences of the actors (students and teachers) are worked on in a targeted manner, which are managed in a decentralised manner and in which confidence in the self-management competences of those directly involved in the learning process and their school administrations prevails are better suited to prepare for acute crises.
tvet-solutions supports your success by focusing on solutions and a target-oriented strategy development of your vocational education and training system on different levels and with the involvement of the economy:
- National level of governance together with the representation of business associations, social partners and relevant groups and agencies
- regional governmental level of governance together with the representation of regional business associations, regional social partners and relevant groups and representative bodies
- school level together with the representation of local business associations, regional social partners and relevant groups and representations
In our experience, funds in the field of vocational training and education are often used in an uncoordinated way and with an under-complex view of reality. The results often fall short of expectations and the results turn out to be unsustainable in retrospect. Our offer is to find the right conditions to achieve the asperated success and to change current conditions so that your success becomes inevitable.
We will support you in finding your goals and help you to achieve the goals you have chosen yourself.
A little story from the famous Ken Robinson shall symbolize what we are planning to do:
"Not far from where I live is a place called Death Valley. Death Valley is the hottest, driest place in America, and nothing grows there. Nothing grows there because it doesn't rain. Hence, Death Valley. In the winter of 2004, it rained in Death Valley. Seven inches of rain fell over a very short period. And in the spring of 2005, there was a phenomenon. The whole floor of Death Valley was carpeted in flowers for a while. What it proved is this: that Death Valley isn't dead. It's dormant. Right beneath the surface are these seeds of possibility waiting for the right conditions to come about, and with organic systems, if the conditions are right, life is inevitable. It happens all the time. You take an area, a school, a district, you change the conditions, give people a different sense of possibility, a different set of expectations, a broader range of opportunities, you cherish and value the relationships between teachers and learners, you offer people the discretion to be creative and to innovate in what they do, and schools that were once bereft spring to life."