Members of the ADMIC team hosted a session at the World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics (WFCP) Congress in San Sebastian during the event between June 15 –17, 2022.
The WFCP is an international network of colleges and associations of colleges, providing leadership in delivering workforce education for the global economy.
The Congress is the largest Professional and Technical Education event in the world with a selection of inspiring and engaging speakers, as well as professional development opportunities and a chance to network with TVET colleagues from around the World.
During the congress, the Donostia-San Sebastian Declaration was also written to “give voice to the professional and technical education sector”.
Part of two rounds of breakout sessions during the event, our breakout session explored how TVET colleges can assess their digital maturity and use this to accelerate digital transformation?
The goal of our session was to discuss the strategic implications for TVET colleges in accelerating digital transformation and how will it shape the future of work, specifically in the design, delivery and management of VET provision at all levels.
In groups, participants were asked to consider three key questions:
Stuart McDowall, Project Manager of ADMiC, at City of Glasgow College, said:
“To have the opportunity to disseminate our project at such a high-profile event was a fantastic opportunity. Our breakout session provided a platform to share our project with key decision makers and discuss the opportunities and challenges of digital transformation within the TVET sector.
I’d like to thank colleagues from Miguel ALtuna LHII and Jyväskylä Educational Consortium, Gradia who did such a fantastic job facilitating the session and for disseminating our project to such an esteemed audience.
We look forward to supporting ‘TVET Excellence for ALL’ and hope our project outputs support the wider adoption of emerging technologies and digital platforms in TVET colleges across EU and the World.”