Application Due Date: 2 August 2019
The OECD 2019 Work Outlook explained that 14% of tasks in OECD nations can be automated, while another 32% will deal with significant modifications in how they are carried out. Youths will discover it hard to get in the labour market as entry-level positions have a greater danger of automation than tasks held by older employees.
While worries of robotics taking control of the world might be unproven, the.
development of the fourth Industrial Transformation has actually undoubtedly blurred the.
borders in between physical, digital and human interactions: using.
AI in the office is currently a reality in lots of markets, raising much.
conversations and disputes about the future of work and work.
The 8th UNESCO-APEID Satisfying on Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurship Education for the fourth Industrial Transformation, to be hung on 9-11 October 2019 in Hangzhou, China, will talk about how entrepreneurship education can gear up trainees with appropriate understanding, abilities and abilities in preparation for the fourth Industrial Transformation, and check out collaborations to assist in the digital improvement of entrepreneurship education in the area.
In partnership with the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO and.
Zhejiang University, supported by UNESCO Chair in Entrepreneurial.
Education at Zhejiang University and UNESCO EE-Net National Chapter in.
China, UNESCO Bangkok is assembling the conference to assist in the digital.
improvement of entrepreneurship education in the area.
More particularly, the conference intends to:
- Identify prospective effect of the fourth Industrial Transformation on education;-LRB- ****************).
- Talk about entrepreneurship education actions to fulfill the needs of the fourth Industrial Transformation;-LRB- ****************).
- Share excellent practices of entrepreneurship education in preparing youth for the fourth Industrial Transformation; and
- Check out collaborations and cooperations amongst EE-Net members in fulfilling these needs.
About 80 global individuals are anticipated to participate in the conference. They consist of agents from federal government firms, universities, economic sector, civil society and global companies.
The Chinese hosts will cover regional expenses consisting of lodging (4 nights, signing in on 8 October 2019 and having a look at on 12 October 2019), sightseeing tour and meals throughout the conference.
Individuals will need to cover their own travel expenses to Hangzhou and other expenses.Since area is restricted, those thinking about going to the conference needs to send an application (offered on the conference site) by Friday, 2 August2019 Individuals will be chosen based upon their prospective contribution to the goals of the 8th UNESCO-APEID conference in addition to their dedication to the typical vision and long-lasting objectives.
Those chosen to take part in the conference will be informed by Friday, 23 August2019 For additional information, contact:
• Ms. Lay-Cheng Tan, UNESCO Bangkok, e-mail: [email protected]
• Teacher Yue Kan, Zhejiang University, e-mail: [email protected]
Please describe the idea note Due to minimal spending plan and area, we can just accommodate about 80 individuals.
For more info, please contact:
UNESCO EE-Net Secretariat
920 Sukhumvit Roadway, Prakanong
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel: +66 2 391 0577
Fax: +66 2 391 0866
Email: [email protected]
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