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Certif-ID is Set To Take The Stage at UNESCO’S 2nd South Asia Regional Symposium on ICT For Education

CERTIF-ID IS SET TO TAKE THE STAGE AT UNESCO‘S 2ND SOUTH ASIA REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ICT FOR EDUCATION

Tim Miller, Co-Founder of Certif-ID, will be sharing his insights on leveraging ICT for skills anticipation and bridging the gap between education/TVET systems and the labor market on 16th of October, 2020 at 2:00 pm Bangkok time.

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This year, the “2nd South Asia Regional Symposium on ICT for Education” event aims to bring forth various applications of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), channelled to improve the quality of education and skills training, teacher development and training and bridging the learning disruption while ensuring equity. 

Furthermore, this event will provide a platform to policymakers, field experts and practitioners with knowledge and experiences to share. They will discuss actions for building more resilient national education systems to continue to flourish in disasters or emergencies.

Certif-ID Transforming Education

Using blockchain technology, Certif-ID, a skills-building community, aimed at building an open and inclusive platform that harmonizes educational standards and connects key stakeholders in the area of technical skills.

Tim will share insights from 15+ years of experience in strategic development of future-ready learning, training and consultancy solutions. He will talk about the current education and employment landscape. And, how taking advantage of technological advancements and digital solutions to improve recognition of skills can enhance social and geographic mobility of skilled professionals and provide better transition to the labour market.

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About South Asia Regional Symposium on ICT For Education

The second South Asia Regional Symposium on ICT for Education is an opportunity to contribute to the discussion regarding boosting education in individual countries. The symposium will be organized virtually by UNESCO New Delhi and Bangkok offices. It is a two-day, two-hour virtual event that will include five sessions presented by speakers from various organizations and selected countries in South Asia and around. Find out more details about the event here.

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