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In a landscape of unprecedented global competition, fast-changing technology, global regulatory standards, increasingly mobile populations, and the constant generation of new jobs and skills sets, the entry of new elements into VET – new forms of VET provision and qualification – comes as no surprise. Vocational education and training (VET) is no longer the exclusive territory of national systems. New players have come into the field – international sectoral bodies, multilateral agencies, multinational companies – changing the way skills are delivered, acquired and assessed.

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