UNESCO’s specialized institute for technical and vocational education and training (UNEVOC) will match learners with Academy trainings by leveraging partnerships with over 250 vocational centers located in more than 160 countries. Individual learners can also access the trainings independently.
Why it is needed
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused high levels of unemployment and young people are the most affected. They are over-represented in the hardest-hit sectors of the economy and the ILO estimates that even young people who still have jobs have seen their working hours cut by nearly 25 per cent. The Global Skills Academy provides one-stop access to trainings that can help young people develop skills for employment. The selected trainings also seek to impart skills that can accelerate a needed transition to more inclusive, sustainable and resilient economies…………………………………………………………….
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