International skills partnership seminar: bringing the learning home 2014
Our annual international skills seminar is for organisations from around the world who are involved in, or interested in getting involved in, our international skills partnership work. The seminar will focus on sharing experience, learning from other partnerships, showcasing achievements and building connections. It places strong emphasis on helping to increase impact and return on investment.
This is the first year this seminar will be hosted in Asia, and will be held during the ASEAN skills competition 2014.
The seminar will include British Council’s biggest ever call for proposals for new partnerships, with exciting partnership opportunities announced between the UK and a range of countries including China, Pakistan, Yemen, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Jordan, South Africa, Indonesia and Myanmar.
The event is co-organised with General Department of Vocational Training, Vietnam Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Registration ends: Friday 10 October 2014
Conference dates: Saturday 25 to Sunday 26 October 2014
Please note that spaces are limited so priority is given on first come first served basis. There is no fee to attend.
Who should attend?
- Policy makers, key skills experts and researchers, educational leaders and representatives from NGOs with an interest in improving the skills and employability of young people
- Representatives from current and previous British Council International Skills Partnerships
- Representatives from colleges, employers, sector skills organisations, awarding organisations and other skills providers with an interest in forming international skills partnerships
- Representatives from ASEAN Skills Competition 2014
Delegates will come from the UK, East Asia, Middle East and North Africa, and ASEAN.
For further information about the event, including information about visas, the programme and how to register, please visit the event website: