Two-day forum aims to gather our National Leaders and partners of educational institutions, world of work business leaders, and all other related stakeholders engaged in TVET. The participants will brainstorm and discuss visions, policies, systems and practices.
EduTech Forum topics
- Changing the social perceptions for TVET.
- Encouraging major foundations and business leaders in different fields (industries – hospitality – transportation and logistics – retail – Real estate developments – agriculture to invest in TVET
- Developing the internal quality assurance in TVET and preparing for ETQAAN Authority.
- Expanding the TVET pathways in higher education.
- The role of TVET in 2nd phase of economic reform program
- Global trends in developing vocational and entrepreneurial skills.
- The labor market trends and future employment-related perspectives for TVET graduates.
- TVET leaders in public institutions & the understanding of their strategic role in the country’s economic development.
- The impact of the digital transformation and 4th Industrial Revolution on labor markets and How can TVET systems respond to future demands? What are the digital skills required?
- Vocational and entrepreneurial needs for SDGs.
EduTech Forum attendees
- Our partners of Honorable Egyptian Ministers.
- Members of the parliament and senators.
- Writers, intellectuals and public figures.
- Experts in technical education, higher education and technology.
- Deans and heads of higher education institutions in which technical education graduates are enrolled.
- Federation of Industries and Businessmen in the fields of industry, agriculture, tourism, health, real estate development and others.
- Heads of the new technical secondary schools’ board of directors.
- International companies operating in the Egyptian and the MENA Region.
- International donors working in Egypt with projects aimed at developing and improving technical education.
- National institutions and NGOs that aim to achieve their social role.
- International Chambers of Commerce.