In Ghana, the profession of welder is one that is mainly chosen by men. Nevertheless, Mariatu from Accra wanted to become a welder. What challenges did the young woman face during her training? In a short film, GIZ talks to Mariatu and her trainer.
What is important in the transition from school to work? Why do young people choose dual VET? What further development opportunities are there afterwards? GOVET spoke in eight video interviews with apprentices, trainers and project leaders from the field of technology.
Robotics and automation, artificial intelligence, big data: ‘Future of work’ is currently an important issue for the future development of TVET in development cooperation. A paper published by GIZ analyses six studies that have addressed this issue, while focusing on aspects with a bearing on TVET.
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