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TVET Advocacy in University of Nigeria


This is an advocacy to sensitize the Public on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET), as the key to unlock the quagmire of Education and Economy..!

This is an advocacy to sensitize the Public on Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET), as the key to unlock the quagmire of Education and Economy..!

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  • 2. WHAT IS TVET? Technical Vocational Education and Training (GLOBAL REVOLUTION)
  • 3. WHAT IS TVET? I have decided to think out of the box by not following convention, which is the textbook methods/procedures. This is about TVET, which advocates schooling for skills, skills for work & work for life.
  • 4. WHAT IS TVET? The strategic entry point for ensuring a world of work that contributes to social cohesion and promotes environmentally sound sustainable development.
  • 5. WHAT IS TVET? An Education, Training and Learning activity, which provides knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant for employment or self-employment by describing all kinds of formal, non-formal and informal training and learning, wherever it occurs.
  • 6. WHAT IS TVET? TVET transverses the extant of Arts and Cultures, Information and Communication Technologies, Education and Economic Reforms, Social and Scientific Research, as it deals with livelihood.
  • 7. SCOPE OF TVET Adequate literacy, numeracy and digital literacy Knowledge and aptitude to stop and think effectively Attitude of pride and thoughtfulness towards the job Mastery of everyday working procedures Understanding the economic and social side of work (AKAMU)
  • 8. SCOPE OF TVET TVET and skills development initiatives play a significant role not only in developing human and social capital, but also in promoting necessary skills, knowledge and expertise needed for more sustainable societies and greener economies.
  • 9. SCOPE OF TVET Linking/Networking all missing links between what students are taught in the classrooms and what is required by the industries and the labour market
  • 10. SCOPE OF TVET Accelerate the pace of technological development to unveil the emerging convergence of liberal and technical education designed to make graduates more globally competitive. TVET
  • 11. TVET ADVOCACY This advocacy recognises the importance of TVET, for development and poverty reduction, as an AWOL MDGs Charter.
  • 12. TVET ADVOCACY This advocates the marketability of skillful Self-employment to avoid Economic Tsunami, as a result of exuberance of youthful renaissance through training and follow-up E.g. Amnesty.
  • 13. TVET ADVOCACY TVET is not for drop outs, as popularly rumored, but an avenue of educational reform to meet the needs of the society by imbibing the curriculum, as a lifestyle. {Purposeful Schooling}
  • 14. TVET ADVOCACY TVET is a way of restoring value system in the society with dignity of labour by injecting the eroding jobs with evolving skills that sustainably advocates for the better life of mankind in this era of globalization.
  • 15. SUMMA SUMMARUM TVET is the hammer and nail to fasten or fix education to economic in the interest of the well being of man.