~ Innovation in Vocational and Educational Skills Training
Welcome to the INVEST Community Learning Network or CLN.
Commonwealth of Learning is working in partnership with the Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa - CAPA - to support their member institutions who are working to integrate ICT into TVET teaching and learning. This activity is called INVEST - Innovation in Vocational Education & Skills Training.
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Open Education Week
March 27-31, 2017
This is the week when special emphasis is put on Open Education to involve more practitioners and students, celebrate achievements, share knowledge, and get more people excited about the benefits of openness in education.
Call for participation is open until February 28th, 2017
Ideas about activities or events to engage in during the open education week is available here https://www.openeducationweek.
Connect with fellow Open Education Week participants
Nominations and submission are invited to recognise the outstanding contribution and achievements of education professionals and bodies that have made a difference to learners’ lives through innovative education and learning for development initiatives and practices.
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We are trying to raise the profile of #flexibleTVET on Twitter. Please join me there and you are welcome to follow me @alisonmead3
Let's start tweeting about flexible TVET and tell the world what you are achieving.
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