Event: Communicating Technical and Vocational Education and Training

Communicating Technical and Vocational Education and Training: A View from the Field

07 June 2016
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In promoting technical and vocational education and training (TVET), there is no one-size-fits-all communication approach as each TVET audience has different interests, stakes and perspectives, and local cultures and contexts vary. Recruiting experts who can assist in systematic communication planning is a cost-effective investment. Nonetheless, traditional communication approaches can also be effective given easy access, acceptability, and relevance to the target audiences.

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