Inter-sectoral Workshop on "Skills for the future: Coordination between the Ministries of Education and Labor"
- Achieve a greater understanding of the challenges that accelerated technological change and the transformation of the world of work are posing in education and training systems.
- Discuss trends and methodologies for the development of skills of the future (technical and socio-emotional), considering specific experiences within the systems of education and training for work.
- Analyze experiences of joint efforts and / or coordination between Ministries of Labor and Education, as well as with other public and private actors, in the identification and development of skills of the future.
- Identify lessons learned and policy recommendations to improve intersectoral education-work coordination.
The OAS, through the Technical Secretariats of the Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor (IACML) and the Inter-American Commiittee on Education (CIE), under the auspices of the Government of Chile, and the support of the Inter-American Centre for Knowledge Development in Vocational Training (CINTERFOR ) of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
|Outcomes - Lessons Learned and Policy Recommendations
|List of participants
|Descriptive Document (includes agenda)
|The Coordination between Education and Labor in the Americas: Results of the Inter-Sectoral Workshop on Youth Employment
Results and outcomes
During the event, participants were divided into 3 sub-regional groups to identify lessons learned and policy recommendations. The Secretariat is currently working with the moderators and with each one of the groups to finalize these documents, which will inform the way forward.
Panel 1 - Education and training for the future of work and the skills for the future
Panel 2 (First Part) - Approaches and responses from the Ministries of Education and Labor to the changing reality of the world of work. Emphasis on inter-institutional coordination efforts
Panel 3 - Participation of the Private Sector and social actors in the development of skills for the future
Panel 4 – Approaches and responses from education institutions to skills for the future training
Panel 5 - Approaches and responses from workers and employers organizations