People are at the heart of greening economies. Their skills and attitudes are crucial for setting up goals for greening and achieving green restructuring. This paper presents some results of the ADB study and explores the reasons for greening TVET and the extent to which programs have been changed due to greening of economies. It also analyses interesting initiatives, current practices in curriculum development and policies required to support greening of skills. The presentation will address the state of readiness of TVET institutions in responding to emerging training needs for greening economies. It will discuss recommendations on training institutions in developing countries can best equip their workforce with the skills needed to support to transition to greening of the workplace and the development of green products and services.
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2015|
|Event||The 59th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society: "Ubuntu! Imagining a Humanist Education Globally!" - Washington, D.C., United States|
Duration: 08 Mar 2015 → 13 Mar 2015
|Conference||The 59th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society: "Ubuntu! Imagining a Humanist Education Globally!"|
|Abbreviated title||CIES 2015|
|Period||08/03/15 → 13/03/15|