World Youth Skills Day
Every year, World Youth Skills Day encourages youth to learn those skills that will help them achieve personal happiness and fulfillment. The day also raises concerns about the lack of skills that discourage young people from working.
Youth around the world are not able to find jobs, which is causing increasing anxiety. Youth are also worried that youth are not able to receive the right education or training for their future careers. NEET stands for youth not engaged in education, education, or training. Nearly 267 million people were classified as NEET in recent years. In the near future, this number is forecast to rise to 273 million.
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is being emphasized by the UN and other groups to help combat these figures. People are trained to work as a technician by this type of education. Employees are also able to pursue a skilled craft or trade. TVET is a higher education degree and can work with an apprenticeship scheme.
Some of the many short and long-term benefits that TVET has to offer have been felt by employees around the world.
The following are examples of these benefits: Some of these benefits include::
- Better chance of finding jobs
- Higher pay rates are associated with higher earning levels
- Increased job satisfaction as a result of increased job satisfaction
- Increased flexibility and mobility have been added to the increase of portability and mobility
- Lifelong learning
TVET has a positive effect on a person's motivation, attitude, and self-confidence, which is one of the many proven benefits of the service. TVET has also many health benefits.
How to celebrate #worldyouthskillsday
Several youth activities are held at UN headquarters in New York City and elsewhere each year on this day. Photograph, essay, and skills competitions, research by educators and employers, and panel discussions are among the events that include photo, essay, and skills competitions, papers by educators and employers, and panel discussions.
- Consider the benefits of vocational education for youth
- Discuss with your children the skills they need to have for their future careers
- Learn about the numerous challenges youth face today in the fields of education and employment
#WorldYouthSkillsDay or #WYSD is a hashtag on social media. Share this day on social media with #WorldYouthSkillsDay or #WYSD.
The world youth skills day is the longest in history
The United Nations General Assembly in 2014 passed a resolution announcing the 15th World Youth Skills Day on July 15th. On July 15, 2015, the first World Youth Skills Day was held.
The day's theme includes:: The day's theme includes:
- Skills for a Resilient Youth in 2020: Skills for a Resilient Youth
- Youth Skills for Sustainability and Innovation in 2019: Youth Skills for Sustainability and Innovation
- 2018: Innovation and Sustainability, Innovation and Sustainability, Inc
- Skills for the Future of Work, 2017: Skills for the Future of Work
- Skills Development to Enhance Youth Employment in 2016: Skills Development to Enhance Youth Employment
- Youth Skills for Life in the Post-2015 Agenda: Youth Skills for Life in the Post-2015 Agenda