SKOLKOVO Business School trained leaders in Jordan 's vocational education system
Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Moscow, 12 November 2019 - At the end of October, more than 60 leaders in Jordan’s VET system completed the computer simulator-based training «Managing VET Institution».
The simulator was developed by the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO and translated into Arabic language specially for Jordan, followed by an adaption to its economic, demographic and social characteristics. It is planned that by the end of the year the training instrument will be transferred to the state level for independent use.
The computer simulator «Managing VET institution» is a simulation system that fully demonstrate the work of the modern college. Assuming head roles, training participants, working in teams, analyze various characteristics, make management decisions and compete for leading positions in the market of educational services.
By completion the computer training, participants will get a «helicopter view» of how a modern VET institution functions, get acquainted with the best world practices and business cases, and experience making decisions in a rapidly changing economic realities and labour markets.
Today the computer simulator «Managing VET Institution» is available in 8 languages and has been used in 6 countries. The uniqueness and adaptability of the tool is confirmed by its use in numerous international educational courses of partners, such as International training center in Turin (ITCILO), the Brazilian SENAI, the Luxembourg LuxDev, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, UNIDO, Cinterfor (Latin America) and UNDP. By the end of the year, simulator-based training will take place in Vietnam and Morocco.