Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) plays a crucial role in improving the employability of individuals and the productivity of economies. Still, TVET systems often underperform, and skills shortages and labor market mismatches continue to be major challenges for countries around the world.

The World Bank, ILO and UNESCO are joining forces to provide lessons learned and good practices on key aspects of TVET provision. The aim is to support the design and implementation of reforms to improve TVET performance, especially in low- and middle-income countries.

We are seeking stakeholder input to help determine the priority focus areas of this interagency initiative. In this brief survey, we ask you to identify those themes that will be most useful to include in our work. We have pre-identified 16 themes that are of crucial importance to providing equitable access to quality and relevant TVET, and that pose challenges in many contexts. We ask you to rank these themes in the order of importance and where you think generation of new knowledge would be most useful. The survey also provides an opportunity to add themes that are not included in the current list.

This survey is intended for a broad range of stakeholders who are active or interested in TVET in low- and middle income countries. If you provide your contact details below, we will share with you the final list of priority themes that have been selected for analysis under this initiative and the final output of this work. This information will not be shared with others and will not be used for any other purpose.

Thank you for your participation, and for sharing this survey with other relevant stakeholders in your network. The survey can be completed until December 4, 2020.
I. About you

We would like to ask you some questions about yourself, so that we can categorize responses by respondent location and type.

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* 3. Please specify the name of the institution that you represent:

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* 4. If you would like to receive feedback on the outcome of the theme selection process and an electronic copy of the final product of this interagency initiative, please provide contact details. This information will not be shared with others.

II. Theme ranking

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* 5. Which are the top 5 themes that you would find most useful to receive lessons learned and best practices on? Please select exactly 5 themes.

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