TVET Leadership

The Greening TVET Training Program by Niagara College allows academic institutions to make a significant positive impact in the field of sustainable development by training leaders of tomorrow in the best practices of green technical training programs and sustainability practices.

Components: 6 unique modules

Delivery: blended (online & face to face)

Audience: Mid to Senior-level TVET professionals, faculty, curriculum developers, government & ministry representatives or any who have the interest and potential to drive change in a TVET institution

Award: Accredited Niagara College Executive Certificate in TVET Leadership for completion of all modules, or Niagara College Certificate of Participation for completion of each individual module

Package cost: TBA (early bird registration TBA) payment by bank transfer, credit card, PayPal

Cohort size: minimum 15 participants, max 30

Methodology: Each day of training starts with an outline of the outcomes for each day and a presentation of key academic concepts. Participants will work in pairs and teams on a range of practical exercises, sharing experiences, examining case studies and developing group projects, developing tools that they can immediately put into practice upon returning to work.

Pedagogical approach: regional focus, student-centered, experiential learning, outcomes-based, competency-based, project-based learning, interactive classroom, inspirational instruction model

Benefits: get participants excited about joining a global community of practice/change makers in TVET

Date: TBA

Cost: $500USD (must have access to a laptop and reliable internet connection)

Topics: transformational leadership & strategic planning, change management, proposal writing and business development

Learning Outcomes: TBA

Assignments: participants will complete a draft strategic plan and a draft funding proposal for their institution

Facilitators: Dr./Mr./Ms. XXX and Dr./Mr./Ms. XXX

Format: online delivery: 5 live webinars (15 hours total) + moderated group discussions (15 additional hours)