Learning Tomorrow: Vocational education to overcome the challenges of the 4th Industrial revolution
Considering the great changes brought about by the fourth industrial revolution, the future of work seems highly uncertain and unpredictable in many sectors. To address this topic, the Swiss Pavilion will give insights into the role of TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training) in keeping up with fast changing working environments. More specifically, the mission is to elaborate on how vocational education can provide youth with flexible learning skills and a mindset adapted to lifelong learning.
Event Space, Swiss Pavilion
Mrs. Sara Ibrahim (Scientific Journalist, swissinfo.ch)
SWI swissinfo.ch is the international service of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SRG SSR. As Switzerland’s international online medium, we report independent, in depth, on specific topics and with international relevance from Switzerland in ten languages. Our mission is to inform Swiss people living abroad about events in their home country and promoting Switzerland’s presence and understanding of its concerns abroad.
- Mr. Martin Strickler (Scientific Advisor, SERI)
- Mr. Erik Swars (Director of International Relations, SFUVET)
- Serge Corpataux (Head of Talent Attraction, Roche)
- Mr. Ali Mohamed Al Marzouqi (President, Emirates Skills)
- Roudha Ibrahim Bin Basher (Manager, Petrofac)
- Interventions of Emirati and Swiss TVET Alumni
Panel moderated by swissinfo.ch