TDA is a proud member of UNESCO UNEVOC’s International network of Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) providers. TAFE Directors Australia has been nominated as one of two Cluster Coordinating Centres, alongside NCVER, for the UNEVOC Network in the Pacific Islands.

The member network is a global platform for TVET with the aim to further mainstream South-South and North-South-South cooperation.

The UNEVOC Network, coordinated by the UNEVOC International Centre, is made up of UNEVOC Centres, which are established in TVET institutions and serve as focal points in the provision of services and platforms for international and regional cooperation in TVET. The Network is instrumental in the production and dissemination of research, case studies, databases, publications, and enables the UNEVOC International Centre to perform its function as a clearinghouse.

Through the Network, UNEVOC Centres can share knowledge and experiences related to all aspects of TVET, exchange country experiences and discuss issues of common relevance in meetings organized by themselves, by the UNEVOC International Centre or virtually through the UNEVOC Network Portal or the UNEVOC e-Forum.

More information on the UNEVOC Network can be found on UNESCO-UNEVOC’s website.